Bryan Nungaray is currently one of the most active educators in the realm of marching arts. He assumes the roles of instructor, designer, program coordinator, and director for several programs in the state of California. Those programs include the 2019 SCSBOA 6A finalist and 2020* SCPA Percussion Scholastic World competitor, Etiwanda High School, the 2020* WGI Percussion Independent World competitor, Vessel Indoor Percussion, and the 2020* WGI Percussion Scholastic Open competitor, Fountain Valley High School.
Season after season, his programs consistently remain a top contender within their competitive circuit. Those well-known circuits include Bands of America (BOA), the Western Band Association (WBA), the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA), the Winter Guard International (WGI), the Southern California Percussion Alliance (SCPA), and Drum Corps International (DCI).
He is currently owner of BAN’d Music and the director of percussion for Etiwanda High School from Rancho Cucamonga, CA. While maintaining a busy schedule that is not solely limited in writing and teaching, he also designs for Vessel Indoor Percussion from Ontario, CA and Fountain Valley High School from Fountain Valley, CA.
Aside from previously working with the Mandarins Drum & Bugle Corps from Sacramento, CA, he has also worked for the Academy Drum & Bugle Corps from Tempe, AZ and Ayala High School from Chino Hills, CA.
Bryan is a proud endorser of Innovative Percussion, Pearl/Adams, Remo, and Zildjian products.
He currently resides in Chino Hills, CA.