Josh Brenneis is a visual clinician, adjudicator and drill designer from Coral Springs, Fla. who works with marching music programs across the country. These programs are associated with Florida Marching Band Coalition, Bands of America, Winter Guard International, and Drum Corps International. Josh began his DCI career as a performer with the Magic of Orlando in 2004. He later joined The Cadets for the 2006 and 2007 seasons, where he aged out in Pasadena, Calif.
Josh went on to teach visual at Teal Sound and Crossmen. For the 2015 DCI season, he returned to the home team, joining The Cadets Visual Staff, where he has been a member of the Visual Staff ever since.
Since 2007, Josh has been working with south-Florida marching bands that have been successful in both the FMBC and BOA circuits. For the last seven years, he has served as the Visual Caption Head of two successful Palm Beach County marching bands, Park Vista High School and Jupiter High School. Both programs won FMBC State Championships in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In 2018, he became the Visual Caption Head for the West Broward High School Performance Ensemble, and he continues to work with all three programs.
In addition, Josh will return for his fifth season as the Visual Caption Head at STRYKE Wynds, a highly competitive, premier Winter Guard International winds group that competes in WGI’s World Class. STRYKE Wynds won Fan Favorite for the Independent Division during the 2016 and 2019 WGI World Championships in Dayton Ohio.
Also during the winter season, Josh works and designs for Independent and scholastic indoor percussion ensembles. Recently, he has worked with STRYKE World Percussion, Infinity World Percussion, Timber Creek High School Indoor Percussion, and Park Vista High School Indoor Percussion. All have been competitive in the FFCC and WGI circuits.
In 2020, Josh assumed the role of Visual Caption Head at The Cadets. For 2021, he will be joined by a talented team of designers, choreographers, instructors and visual specialists. The team is excited to build on the program’s historic legacy of excellence!