Bryan Nungaray is currently one of the most active educators in the realm of marching arts. He assumes the roles of an instructor, director, arranger, and designer for several groups in the state of California.
Those groups include the 2018 SCSBOA 6A finalist, the 2019 SCPA Percussion Scholastic Concert A silver medalist, and the 2019 WGI Percussion Scholastic World finalist Etiwanda High School from Rancho Cucamonga, CA. As well as the 2019 DCI finalist, The Mandarins Drum & Bugle Corp from Sacramento, CA.
His career has brought about numerous accolades in a short amount of time. At his first year with Ayala High School, he earned the ensemble the 2009 WBA High Percussion trophy in the 4A/5A classification and an unprecedented Scholastic World Class sweep at the 2010 Winter Guard International World Championships earning gold medals in the PSW and PSCW categories.
Bryans current ensembles regularly compete in well-known circuits, such as Bands of America (BOA), the Western Band Association (WBA), the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA), the Southern California Percussion Alliance (SCPA), the Winter Guard International (WGI), and Drum Corps International (DCI).Consistently year after year his programs remain a top contender within each circuit.
He is currently the Percussion Director for Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, CA and owner of BANd Music maintaining a busy schedule that is not solely limited to instructing/designing, but arranging for several groups as well.Aside from working with Etiwanda High School. Bryan also writes for Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, CA and was the former music designer/front ensemble arranger for The Mandarins Drum & Bugle Corp in Sacramento, CA.
Bryan is a proud endorser of Innovative Percussion, Pearl/Adams, Remo, & Zildjian products.
He currently resides in Chino Hills, CA.