Erik Kosman Joins Design Team As Head Of Audio

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Erik Kosman Joins Design Team As Head Of Audio

On October 13, 2018, in News, Staff News

“We are fortunate to bring Erik and his talent into the fold here at Boston. Our design team remains fully intact and adding Erik opens up even more creative opportunities. Mike Zellers and Erik Kosman will bring us to the cutting edge in electronics.” – Chris Holland, Executive Director

Erik Kosman

Erik Kosman is a highly sought-after designer, consultant, and educator in the marching arts. He has worked with many of the top ensembles in DCI, WGI, and BOA, including The Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, The Woodlands High School Marching Band, and the Avon High School Indoor Drumline.

Most recently, Erik was the Electronics Caption Head at the Bluecoats where he played an integral role in propelling their electronics program to the top of the activity. For the past two years, Erik has served as a consultant and audio engineer for FloMarching.

In addition to the marching arts, Erik has designed and installed audio, video, and lighting systems for many school auditoriums, churches, and restaurants throughout the Southeast. He most recently worked as the Technical Coordinator for the Bailey Performance Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA. In that role, he oversaw the live streaming, recording, and mastering of all concerts.

Erik currently resides in Pflugerville, TX just outside of Austin with his wife Erin and their two huskies, Sabre and Dakota.

“We are so thrilled to welcome Erik Kosman to Inspire Arts & Music and the Boston Crusaders. He is an amazing talent with great experience, vision, and passion. To have someone of this high caliber is absolutely incredible. Erik’s appointment as the Head of Audio will provide our performers with the very best of what is possible in the pageantry arts. The Boston Crusaders will be set for the highest levels of excellence and innovation for today and the future!” – Colin McNutt, Director of Percussion