Christian Do

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Sound Intern

CHRISTIAN DO was raised in Fountain Valley, California. He began his marching career at La Quinta High School in Westminster, CA, and has since then taken interest in design and composition in the marching arts.

Christian has performed with various Southern California ensembles including POW Percussion (2015), Pulse Percussion (2016-2017), and most recently with Pacific Crest Drum and Bugle Corps (2018).

Since 2016, Christian has served as Lead Designer/Ensemble Coordinator for Los Amigos High School in Fountain Valley, CA, working with both the marching band and indoor drumline programs. Other programs he has worked with include La Quinta High School, Chino Hills High School, and Warm Springs Middle School.

Christian attended California State University, Fullerton where he received his B.A. in Pure Mathematics.

Justin Page

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Front Ensemble Intern

JUSTIN PAGE marched four seasons at Pacific Crest from 2015-2018. His other marching experience includes Watchmen in 2014, and Dark Sky percussion from 2016-2018.

Currently, Justin attends Riverside City College with hopes to get his RN and become a nurse. He works for UPS, and also currently teaches at West Valley High School and Rancho Verde High School.

David Ramirez

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Snare Instructor

Based in Temecula, California, DAVID RAMIREZ is Battery Instructor at Great Oak High School, Vail Ranch Middle School, and Carlsbad High School. He also coordinates the percussion program at Fallbrook Union High School, and has previously spent time teaching at Chaparral High School.

David’s performance experience includes Pacific Crest (2014-2015), POW Percussion (2015-2016), Blue Stars (2017-2018), and Pulse Percussion (2017 – 2019).

David is currently working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science while attending MiraCosta College in Oceanside, California.

Anastasia Canfield

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Visual Instructor

ANASTASIA CANFIELD originally hails from Texas, but has found a new home in Colorado since 2013. She is overwhelmingly grateful to be returning to the Pacific Crest staff for the 2019 season after a brief hiatus. Anastasia has overseen operations for the Pride of Windsor Marching Band in Windsor, CO during the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years as the ensemble’s Assistant Marching Band Director while also maintaining a private music studio providing instruction on piano, French horn, guitar, percussion, and conducting.

Anastasia earned her Bachelor of Arts in Music degree in 2013 from Texas Woman’s University and her Master of Music degree with a specialty in Neurologic Music Therapy in 2016 from Colorado State University. Her primary instruments are piano and French horn. During her drum corps years, Anastasia marched with Crossmen in 2009 and 2010, followed by Boston Crusaders in 2011 and 2012, where she aged out. She now works full-time as a board-certified music therapist and registered psychotherapist in the state of Colorado for two agencies, Rocky Mountain Music Therapy and the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan.

In her [not so] free time, Anastasia enjoys writing and performing original music under the stage name “Anastasia Rose Music,” speaking at music therapy conferences about a number of topics (including but not limited to cultural competence, the “Impostor Syndrome,” and the neurobiology and neurochemistry of music), and, lastly, hiking or otherwise spending time in the gorgeous Rocky Mountains.

Melissa Primavera

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MELISSA PRIMAVERA is the Assistant Band Director at Manor New Technology Middle School in Manor, TX. She has 10 years of teaching experience in public schools ranging from individual music lessons, coaching chamber groups, instructing pep bands, marching bands, and drum and bugle corps.

Melissa was a member of the Blue Knights and has worked with the Blue Stars, Oregon Crusaders, and Battalion. As a performer, Melissa traveled with Ivanhoe Brass, toured with Min-On’s- Odyssey, and the Tony and Emmy Award winning broadway show Blast!

Alex Brough

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ALEX BROUGH is currently Co-Director of Bands at Worthington Kilbourne High School in Columbus, OH. At Kilbourne, he directs the Wind Ensemble, Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, and Marching Band. Alex began his DCI experience with the Southwind Drum and Bugle Corps before marching with the Madison Scouts and spending eight years as a member of their brass faculty.

Previously, Alex taught in the Bexley City School District and the Whitehall City School District in the greater Columbus, OH area. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from The Ohio State University and is pursuing his master’s degree in Band Conducting from Sam Houston State University. While at Ohio State, Alex was a member of the university’s top ensembles including the Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony, Jazz Ensemble, and The Ohio State University Marching Band, in which he served 2 years as squad leader. Prior to graduating, Alex was Low Brass Fellow at the Marrowstone Music Festival in Bellingham, WA where he learned from Joseph Rodriguez of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Alex has performed with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, local soul band “Capital Sound”, and regularly performs throughout the Central Ohio area.