With a 97.663, Carolina Crown wins the bronze medal and takes their 8th Jim Ott Award
Photo taken from: https://www.dci.org/media/dci-world-championship-semifinals-indianapolis-in
Carolina Crown performed their 2023 production, The Round Table: Echoes of Camelot for the final time Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium, scoring a 97.663 and taking 3th place as well as the High Brass award. This is Crown’s 8th Jim Ott Award and their 14th consecutive season finishing in DCI’s elusive top 6.
The repertoire for The Round Table: Echoes of Camelot includes –
- The Night Window by Thomas Newman
- Bachelorette by Bjork
- String Quartet No. 2, Mvt. 2 by Bela Bartok
- Requiem in D Minor (Lacrimosa) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Stampede (from Australia) by David Hirschfelder
- All is Full of Love by Bjork
- Tristan and Isolde by Richard Wagner
- Manifest 3 by Elliot Goldenthal
- The Wounded King by Michael Klesch, Michael Martin, Kevin Shah, and Mike Jackson
- Dido’s Lament by Henry Purcell
From all of us in the South Carolina band community, congratulations to Carolina Crown and all SC-based DCI marchers on an incredible season!