The L. D. Bell Band Design Team
Lindsey Vento is proud to serve the pageantry arts in various capacities, where she has serves as an instructor, program designer, adjudicator, choreographer, and educational consultant. She has led and coordinated the designs for numerous teams resulting in consistent BOA and WGI regional and national finalists appearances.
Lindsey has served as the Artistic Director and Program Coordinator and The Academy Drum and Bugle Corps and as a visual team staff member at Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps. She proudly serves as the Design Commentator for Drum Corps International for the Big, Loud, and Live AMC theatre events, as well as the Championships quarterfinals and finals broadcasts. She is the artistic director and program coordinator at Blue Springs HS (MO), Vista Ridge HS (TX), Westlake HS (UT), just to name a few. Lindsey is an active adjudicator with various state marching band circuits and Bands of America, and on the Educational and Clinician Team with Conn-Selmer, Inc.
She has her Bachelors of Music Education degree, emphasis in vocal music, was an active dance instructor and adjudicator, and performed professionally with the Lyric Opera of Kansas City before she decided to focus all of her efforts into the pageantry arts. She is the proud mom of three boys, who all share in the family passion of the pageantry arts.
Dave Glyde’s international influence on Marching Music and Show Composition is of sizable proportions. His cutting edge designs and arrangements for the 19 time World Champion Concord Blue Devils, www.bluedevils.org (1992-present) have inspired thousands of performers, fans and aspiring arrangers around the world. In addition Dave has been their Music Director and in-house Composer/Arranger (2003-Present).
Since 1992 he has earned a total of Seven DCI High Percussion Titles and Twelve DCI World Championships. His original custom musical designs lead the Blue Devils to their 2003, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017 & 2019 DCI World Championships.
Dave was hired by the International Olympic Committee to coordinate and design Opening Ceremonies music for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Bejing, China and for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia.
Jaime Holly is a full time drill designer and visual instructor living in Long Beach, CA with his wife Rebekah and daughter Parker. He began his marching career in the soprano line of the Concord Blue Devil B Corps in 1989, moving to the World Champion A Corps in 1991 through 1993. He returned to the Blue Team in 1997 where he is currently a visual instructor and drill writer.