Meet the 2019 Pacific Crest Drum Majors

Pacific Crest is proud to introduce our drum major team for the 2019 season: Andrea Nordahl, Amber Cameron, and Bianca Dulong!

Nordahl, Cameron, and Dulong are all returning members of Pacific Crest. “We’re excited to have these three amazing individuals leading the corps this season,” says Mark Kveton, Student Leadership Coordinator. “After a very competitive audition process, we know this is the team to take the ensemble to the next level.”

As Pacific Crest gears up for January Camp, CEO Stuart Pompel looks forward to the team’s first weekend leading the corps. “These three young women are going to be fantastic leaders and conductors. We are all super excited for them and for the 2019 Pacific Crest.”

Andrea Nordahl

Head Drum Major Andrea Nordahl is a four-year veteran of Pacific Crest. She is currently a sophomore at Oregon State University, where she is double majoring in math and education. Andrea marched two years on trumpet at Pacific Crest (2016, 2017) and was an assistant drum major for the 2018 season.

Fun Fact: Thor is my favorite superhero.



Amber Cameron

Amber Cameron recently graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management with a minor in Business Foundations. She plans to pursue a Masters degree in Corporate Accounting with concentrations in taxation and finance after this summer. She plays the clarinet, saxophone, and trumpet. Amber marched with Pacific Crest in 2017 as a trumpet player. This will be her ageout season.

Fun Fact: I used to compete in baking and culinary competitions, and received 1st in region for baking, 3rd in state for baking, 2nd in state for culinary knowledge, and 8th in state of culinary arts.


Bianca Dulong

Bianca Dulong is a first year student at El Camino College studying Kinesiology and Athletic Training, and is planning to transfer to a four-year university in Fall 2019 to pursue her Bachelor’s degree. This will be Bianca’s third year with Pacific Crest, having marched as a mellophone performer in 2017 and 2018.

Fun Fact: I have a twin brother who plays percussion!