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Providing mid-Michigan with top-quality symphonic band musical entertainment.

Concert Season 2021-22
Various venues

The LCB jazz big band is currently scheduled to appear in Williamston on August 19, 2021 at McCormick Park, 7:00p. Free, outdoor concert. View Facebook event.

Fall concert - October 24 at East Lansing H.S. - tentative

Holiday show - December 5 at Charlotte Performing Arts Center, 3:00 

Annual Young Person's Concert 2022
Wharton Center | Charlotte Performing Arts Center

Our annual "Introduction to the Band" concert is designed especially for students in grades 3–5. We emphasize the fun of making music together, and introduce students to the variety of instruments in a modern concert band. 2022 dates to be announced.

LCB News

Bloomquist Prize Winner

Our current Young Artist winner Karl Rueterbusch still plans to perform with us at an upcoming concert (TBD). Karl is a marimbist from Frankenmuth. 

Commissioned Work to Premier 

2020–21 marked our 75th anniversary. To celebrate the milestone, LCB commissioned a new work for concert band from composer Andrew Boysen.  "The Lakes" features a movement representing each of Michigan's Great Lakes, and will be debuted when LCB can safely reconvene.
I. Erie (The Battle of Lake Erie and Oliver Hazard Perry)
II. Huron (The Ballad of Minnie Quay and the Ghosts of the Lakes)
III. Ontario (Kingstie and the Monsters of the Lakes)
IV. Superior (The Edmund Fitzgerald and the Legend of the Three Waves)
V. Michigan (The Legend of Sleeping Bear Dunes)

Lansing Concert Band

P.O. Box 11152
Lansing, MI 48901

Join us!

The Lansing Concert Band accepts new members by audition. Auditions are informal, but please prepare a short piece that shows both your technical skill and expressive playing. Message or phone us, and you will be contacted by a section leader. Not all sections will have open seats, but we will make accommodations for qualified players.

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