Hey folks, Beth here. I’m part of the fife section (a life-long dream come true) and I am so excited that we are only two days away from our adventure!
Dear Everyone, My name is Toria and I am a tattoo virgin. I have no ink on my body… oh wait… I mean I’ve never performed in a tattoo before.
MCV has always functioned strongly within its traditional fife sections and drum sections, but through preparations for the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo, we have had the opportunity to work
The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo had their Media Launch day on May 27th and posted this video of introductions from most of the performing groups attending this year’s Tattoo.
MCV is gearing up for our second two-day rehearsal camp and we are looking forward to refining the music and marching routine for our 5 1/2 minute performance in Halifax.
Hello everyone, I am pleased to launch our latest blog: MCV on the Road to Halifax: The Return. It has been our custom to publish a blog for each
The Halifax Camp weekend feels like it was just yesterday even though it was two months ago. Our final drill rehearsal and "Packing Party" was held on Sunday, 21 June.
The assorted members of MCV gathered from far and wide to a Halifax Camp Weekend in Bedford, Massachusetts, at MITRE Corporation, our home away from home. It was great to
Jim & Sarah MacConduibh from MCV HQ were joined by Drum Major Tim Sutphin for a trip in early April to Halifax to attend the Tattoo's production meeting. Representatives from