The FFCC was founded in 1985 by a group of educators who believed in the transformative power of the arts and the endless potential of the performers they taught. They had a vision to create a positive place to growth through competition and education. Like many big dreams, they only succeeded through the support of volunteers who shared their vision. The FFCC has been extremely fortunate to have many altruistic individuals through our history but one made such an indelible mark that we can point to her contributions as a turning point in our history. Susan Taylor served years on the Board of Directors as Treasurer and then many more as the linchpin of our contest staff. Each year we celebrate Susan by recognizing individuals who represent that spirit of selfless giving and dedication to the performers and organization of the FFCC. The FFCC is now accepting nominations for the Susan Taylor Humanitarian Award. Nomination will be accepted from March 08, 2018 until March 25, 2018. Your can fill out the nomination form HERE.
The FFCC is pleased to announce the release of FFCC Now! FFCC Now! is the new app for iPhone and Android that allows user to access News, Schedules, Scores, and other Circuit Information. Users will also be able to receive push notifications with up to the minute information for our events including weather delays, traffic information, changes, and updates!
More info on the app can be found here.
Stay tuned for the latest updates and exciting news for the 2016 Season!
Percussion and Winds are due by January 23rd, 2016. Critique will begin for Percussion and Winds at the January 30th show.
Teams who are attending WGI will be automatically signed up for Critique at Championships in Daytona. Championships will not count as one of your three critique choices.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via the contact form at www.ffcc.org.