Drill Writer and Visual Designer
Jason Majerczak has been involved with the marching arts since the age of 14. As a member of the Bushwackers Drum and Bugle Corps quad line and pit (1992-1995), he had the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the top percussionists in the country. In 1996, Jason became a member of the Cadets of Bergen County quad line where he again got to work with some of the top names in marching percussion.
After attending West Chester University and graduating with a degree in music education, Jason became the instrumental music director at Upper Darby High School in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. For 16 years, he ran the marching band, indoor drum line, indoor color guard, concert band, wind ensemble, and jazz band. While teaching and designing for Upper Darby, Jason became interested in visual design and began writing for Upper Darby HS as well as various other programs.
As the director and designer of the Upper Darby Indoor Drumline, Jason and his team took the ensemble to new levels by being a perennial finalist as well as winning the WGI Open Class in 2013. In 2014, the ensemble was promoted to the Scholastic World class where they placed 10th.
Jason has also served for two years as the visual caption head/designer for United Percussion. United percussion competes in the WGI scholastic world class and is one of the top indoor drumlines in the country. He is also designed for Norwalk HS band and drumline, as well as numerous other indoor groups and marching bands, including choreography for the Thomas Jefferson HS Marching Colonials.
Jason is currently the instrumental music director at Drexel Hill Middle School in the Upper Darby School District. He enjoys writing and consulting for many different schools, and he enjoys his newly found free time at home with his wife and four children. He is currently a judge for the USBands marching band and indoor circuits. He is very excited to be continuing with the Thomas Jefferson High School Percussion team and looks forward to working with this wonderful ensemble again, where he has been designing the drill and visual production for the winter drum line since the 2016-17 season.