Lafayette Citizens Band Home Page
William D. Kisinger, Musical Director
Lafayette Citizens Band, 216 N. 4th Street, Suite 201, Lafayette, IN 47901
Phone: 765-423-BAND (2263), Email: email@example.com
The long winter of 2014 appears to be finally ending. You've just turned your clocks ahead one hour. Now, it's time to mark Memorial Day, May 26, on your calendar, and start looking forward to the season opening concert of the Lafayette Citizens Band. Remember that concerts at Riehle Plaza start at 7:30, with the exceptions of July 4 (8:00) and Labor Day (7:00). You can see our complete 2014 schedule here. Bring it on!
LCB Executive Director Brenda Hohman was quoted in the 2011-2012 Biennial Report of the Indiana Arts Commission. The box above is how the quote appeared, which is on page 24 of the report. You can see the complete report here.
The Lafayette Citizens Band has set up an endowment fund with the Greater Lafayette Community Foundation to ensure our security for the future. Endowment funds are intended to be long term investment accounts and once the fund is large enough, we will draw the interest for operating expenses. If you would like to donate to our annual fund for operating expenses send a donation check to our office at 216 N. 4th Street, Suite 201, Lafayette, IN 47901. If you would like to donate to our longterm future through the endowment fund, then follow the link below and donate online through PayPal or credit card at the Greater Lafayette Community Foundation website. Thank you.
Here are three YouTube videos of the LCB.
These performances are from the LCB's 2010 season opening concert in Long Center on May 20, 2010. The excellent videography is by Kerry England, Hornkraft Productions.
"Hoagy Carmichael in Concert": This medley of Indiana composer Hoagy Carmichael's tunes was commissioned for the LCB's 150th anniversary concert in 1992 from Warren Barker, and premiered at that concert.
"Esprit de Corps":, by Robert Jager. This piece is a fantasy on the Marine Corps hymn.
"George Washington Bicentennial March": This John Philip Sousa march was written to commemorate the 200th anniversary of George Washington's birth, and was the last march Sousa composed before his death in 1932.
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