2014 NFL SUPER BOWL HALF TIME SHOW WITH BRUNO MARS AND THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS!
Bruno Mars & The Red Hot Chili Peppers
2014 NFL Super Bowl Half Time Show
My beautiful daughter Kelly and her boyfriend, Daryl.
My son Dylan and I fishing on the Gulf.
Ed Argenziano Born June 13, 1958
Presently lives in Clearwater, Florida with his wife Corinne.
Ed holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Ed. from William Paterson University, and a Masters of Arts Degree, Music Performance, from Montclair State University. He has performed with the New Jersey Percussion Ensemble, NJ Chamber Ensemble.
Ed had been a high school music director in New Jersey for 32 years and the Fine Arts Department Chairperson & Director of Instrumental Music/Orchestra at Clearwater HS, in Florida for 2 years. He is presently the percussion director at Northside Christian School in St. Petersbsurg. Ed was also on the faculty of Fairleigh Dickinson University Middle College.
Coordinated the 420 member LED marching cast for the 2014 Super Bowl Half Time Show featuring Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chile Peppers.
In addition to numerous noteworthy performances throughout the country, Ed performed with NY City recording artists "Gabriel's Hold."
Ed served as the North Jersey Area Honors Band President and Conductor. He also served as the New Jersey Allstate Percussion coordinator.
Ed serves as an Educational Artist for Zildjian, Vic Firth, REMO, and the Ludwig/Musser Drum Company.
Ed is extremely involved as a music/percussion clinician and music adjudicator and has toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Netherlands and Japan. An adjudicator for Drum Corps International, Winter Guard International Percussion & Winds, and Bands of America and served on the WGI Percussion Steering Committee.
Mr. Argenziano served as Drum Corps International Percussion Caption administrator from 1997-1999, and Drum Corps Association Percussion administrator from 2001-2003. Ed was the percussion arranger/Show Designer for the 2004 "Magic of Orlando" DCI Drum and Bugle Corps show, and was the 2005 music/show consultant for the Colts Drum and Bugle Corps, as well as the percussion designer and arranger for the New York Skyliners. He was a member of the Hawthorne Muchachos from 1973 to 1976, and was a member of the Hawthorne Caballeros 1977 to 1979. In addition, Ed served as percussion instructor for the 1982 & 1983 Bayonne Bridgemen. Mr. Argenziano has judged numerous music events for Drum Corps International, Drum Corps Japan, Bands Of America and Winter Guard International. He has numerous commissions for percussion arrangements and compositions throughout the world with published works with Row-Loff Productions, Nashville, TN.