Joshua Brenneis is returning to the Jupiter High School marching band program for his 9th season. He is a visual instructor, adjudicator and designer that works with numerous musical programs across the country. These programs are associated with Florida Marching Band Coalition, Bands of America, Winter Guard International, and Drum Corps International. He started in DCI as a performer with the Magic of Orlando Drum and Bugle Corps in 2004. He later joined the ten time world champion Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps from 2006-2007 where he aged out in Pasadena California.
Josh has been teaching several south Florida marching bands since 2007 that have been successful in the FMBC and BOA circuits. He is currently the Visual Caption Head of Jupiter High School and Park Vista High School where both programs won FMBC State Championships in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In 2016, Park Vista placed 4th at the BOA Atlanta Super Regional. Jupiter has made FMBC State Finals every year since 2008 when Josh first took over the visual program and looks to continue to add to their national recognition by competing in the BOA circuit in 2017.
Josh has continued his involvement in DCI and WGI as an instructor. In 2011 he joined Teal Sound Drum and Bugle Corps out of Jacksonville Florida in their second season of world class competition. In the 2012 and 2013 winter seasons he taught visual at STRYKE Percussion Ensemble as they transitioned into the world class division for WGI. He was on the visual staff of the Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps from San Antonio Texas in 2013 and 2014, where they returned to World Class Finals for the second time in 10 seasons.
During the winter season, Josh instructs visual with Independent percussion and wind ensembles as well as scholastic groups. Recently he has worked with STRYKE Wynds, Infinity World Percussion, Timber Creek Indoor Percussion and Park Vista Indoor Percussion. All have been competitive in the FFCC and WGI circuits.
Currently, Josh is the Visual Caption Head of Stryke Wynds and on visual staff with The Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps.