Cadets of Greece

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The Cadets of Greece (also known as Greece Cadets; Shoreliners) are an inactive junior drum corps from Rochester, New York.


  • The corps was founded in 1963.
  • Through the early 1970s, the corps was known as the Greece Cadets. However, the corps changed their name in 1975 after a show announcer mistakenly called the corps the "Cadets of Greece." Corps members and management liked the "mistake" so much they adopted the new name.

The Cadets of Greece organization failed to field a competitive corps in 1980. The organization changed leadership and came back on the field for one year in 1981. In 1982, the corps merged briefly with the Patriots organization and fielded Fusion. The two groups separated the following year and the Cadets members merged again with the Gauchos organization in Fulton forming the Cadets of Upstate New York. Subsequent years saw this organization combine with the Firebirds of Fairport, NY to form Northmen.

This organization had a very strong feeder corps as much of the membership grew up as members of the Greece Shoreliner Cadets

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1975- Book By Ed Cozzolino: 633 Squadron, Saxophone Jones, Harlem Nocturne, Temptation, Battle Hymn of the Republic

1976-Book by Jerry Kelsey: What is Hip, America, Dance of the Baccanale, Festival Prelude, I Write the Songs,

1977- Book by Corky Fabrizio: Academic Festival Overture, Fascinating Rhythm, Chorus Line Medley, What I Did for Love

1978- Book by Corky Fabrizio: Russian Easter Overture, Hill Where the Lord Hides, Get it On, Chicago Medley- Canon, Color My World, Free

1979- Book by Jerry Kelsey: Superman, Too Much Heaven, K-Gee/Salsation, He's the Wiz- Ease on Down the Road, Home

1975 DCI Class A Champions and 1978 DCI Associate Member

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