Color Guard Instructor
BETH BRATTON is from Rome, Georgia. She is currently pursuing a BA in Music Education with a concentration in flute from Jacksonville State University. During her time at JSU, she has performed with the Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Flute Ensemble, and Steel Band. She is also an active member in Sigma Alpha Iota. After she graduates in May 2018, she plans on returning to school for a Master’s in Special Education.
Beth began her journey by marching color guard at Rome High School (2009-2013). After graduating, she continued marching with The Marching Southerners Color Guard at JSU (2013-2017). She began her DCI career with Spirit of Atlanta (2011-2015) and aged out with Pacific Crest (2016). In the winter, she performed with Berry College Independent Winter Guard (2010), JSU Center Stage (2014), and as a part of the visual ensemble of Atlanta Quest Indoor Drumline (2015).
Beth is the current color guard choreographer for Crossville High School from Crossville, Alabama, and has taught at Southwind Drum and Bugle Corps.