Daniel Greenberg is the Director of Instrumental Music at Murrieta Mesa High School. As the Director of Music, Mr. Greenberg is in charge of the Marching Band and Color Guard, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, Winter Percussion, as well as the Winter Guard and Pep Band.
Prior to his tenure at Murrieta Mesa, Mr. Greenberg was the Associate Director for the Westview Gold at Westview High School in San Diego, California. At Westview, Mr. Greenberg helped with the Marching Band, and was in charge of Two Concert Bands, Jazz Band and Pep Band.
Prior to his tenure at Westview, Mr. Greenberg was at Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga. Mr. Greenberg was the Director of Bands and in charge of the Marching Band and Color Guard, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Bands, Jazz Band, AP Theory, and Pep Band.
Prior to Rancho, Mr. Greenberg spent four years teaching Middle School Band in Oshkosh, WI. During that time, Mr. Greenberg remained active as a teaching clinician for numerous bands across Wisconsin Including: Oshkosh West High School (Oshkosh, WI), Shadow Armada (Oregon, WI), Lighthouse Brigade (Racine, WI), MukwonagoHigh School (Mukwonago, WI), University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Marching Band (Whitewater, WI) and Stoughton High School (Stoughton, WI).
Throughtout the years, Mr. Greenberg has been on the instructional staff for: Capital Sounds Drum and Bugle Corps based out of Madison Wisconsin, Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps based out of Atlanta Georgia, and Gold Drum and Bugle Corps based out of San Diego.
Mr. Greenberg graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a degree in Music-Education and has a Masters in Music from Sam Houston State University and the American Band College.
Brandon Zackey has performed on tenors for many world class marching organizations. These include Yamato, Esperanza, Glassmen, RCC Fall Marching Band, Pulse Percussion, RCC Winter Drum line, and The Blue Devils. He has been contracted multiple times to perform as a percussionist at Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan. Brandon has also performed on episodes of The Office, American Idol, and Big Love.
Upon aging out of the drum line activity, Brandon began teaching high school and professional ensembles, including the San Diego State University Winter Drum Line in 2012. He currently teaches Chaparral High School and Great Oak High School, while maintaining a studio of private students.
Recently he served as a clinician for System Blue, and has frequently performed locally in the Southern California area. Brandon can currently be seen playing drum set for his bands called Chemical Warfare and Sicarius.
Brandon was a grand finalist in the 27th Annual Guitar Center Drum Off.
Brian Crist is a San Diego native, and has worked with various scholastic & independent programs throughout San Diego, Orange County, the Inland Empire, and Los Angeles area. Some of which include: Pacific Crest Drum & Bugle Corps, Orange County Independent, Arizona Academy, and Gold.
Brian began his musical endeavors at the age of 4 studying violin - continuing on with strings throughout his livelihood, he began percussion & horn studies at the age of 13. Playing with the San Diego Young Artists Symphony Orchestra for numerous years under the direction of Louis Campiglia he has served as concert master of San Diego All County & State performing ensembles. A member of San Diego Alternative Percussion Ensemble in it's premiere years of 2005 & 2006, he marched tenors the first & joined the ranks of the front ensemble his last. Continuing his pursuits in the marching arts, Brian in 2007 - 2009 was a member of the Arizona Academy Drum & Bugle Corps front ensemble under the direction of Mark Richardson & Glen Crosby-Caption Head, and RCC winter percussion from 2008 - 2010 under the direction of Gary Locke, Sean Vega & Jim Wunderlich.
Brian has had the privilege in working with many wonderful, influential musicians & educators: Louis Campiglia, Analt Almani, Mary Gerard, Andrea Venet, Jack Mizutani, Chris Retschulte, Glen Crosby, Ralph Hardimon, Thom Hannum, Ike Jackson, Brian Dinkel, Jim Wunderlich, & Sean Vega. He’s also been for
Currently he is working with Murrieta Mesa HS, and is proud artist/endorser with Innovative Percussion, Inc.
Rebecca began her color guard career marching 9 years with Capital Sound Drum and Bugle Corps. While marching, she found a passion for teaching and helping others catch up on choreography and technique. She has worked the past 20 years with many amazing marching bands, universities, and drum corps across the United States. Some include University of Wisconsin Whitewater, Shadow Armada Marching Band (Shadow Drum and Bugle Corps now), Waukesha West Marching Band, and The Birdville Mighty Hawk Band. In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband (Daniel), son (Miles), daughter (Ella), and two dogs (Maddox and Sawyer).
The perfection that is Murrieta Mesa High School Performance Corps doesn't happen without a lot of hard work, and our students cannot do it all on their own. They need support, both financially and physically, as they travel to distant performance venues; raise money to cover travel, music and coaching expenses; and prepare for each and every award winning performance. That's where the Booster Club comes into play. It is the Booster Club's job to provide the support our students need, whether it's helping to build field show props for next season's show, or leading a fundraising effort to offset travel and coaching costs. The students need our help, and we need your help.
Every parent or guardian with a student in MER is automatically a Booster. So make it a point to come out and join the fun! Each year is full of opportunities to show your support, and WE NEED YOU THERE! Plus, don't forget our monthly meetings, where we plan all the fun and opportunities to share. JOIN US.
President: Shawna Coan
Vice President: Harry Cosentino
Secretary: Debra Kimble
Treasurer: Jeni Goodale