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Established in 2017, this annual grant is awarded to an area youth music education program to assist with their curriculum needs. Be it fixing instruments, working with a guest conductor, or providing gas for the marching band, LACB recognizes each group's needs are important and necessary. We work to not only provide high quality, public performances but to support the future musicians in our area. 


2017: Ben Franklin Middle School, Music Day at MSUM

2018: Grace Lutheran, combined concert for small bands

2019: Oak Grove Lutheran, new marimba

2020: Horizon Middle School, commission new music

2021: Dilworth Glyndon Felton (won raffle due to Covid)

2022: Lake Park Audubon, new trap set

2023: Barnesville, new snare drums

Check out the pdf below for guidelines and application procedure. 

Allegro Grant Guidelines and Application

We're always working on new events and opportunities to bring music to our community. Fill out the form below to be one of the first to hear the news.

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LACB is a 501c3 non-profit. It is only because of our generous donors and grants that we are able to keep all of our performances free and open to the public. All amounts are welcome.

If you wish to donate to the band, please use the email option below. 

All donations go to support the band's operating expenses, as well as unique programming that aims to provide opportunities for our musicians and those throughout the region. This includes things like commissioning new music, hosting guest musicians, and partnering to other groups for youth workshops, clinics, and performances. 

We hope you'll help us continue to provide the best musical opportunities for area musicians of all ages!


Auditions are held during the months of September and January. If you're interested in playing with the band, please check out our player's guide and use the email option below to contact us. All requests will be forwarded to section leaders and the director. Auditions are held with appropriate section leaders to ensure proper placement. Section leaders are appointed by the director.

Player's Guide

Contact us to schedule an audition.

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Starting in 2017, LACB is proud to be participating in the Impact Foundation's Giving Hearts Day. Click here for more information.

Impact Foundation offers resources that equip social and businesses entrepreneurs to accomplish their missions: we teach nonprofits how to master fundraising and businesses how to secure government contracts that deliver capital essential to their bottom lines, growth and  job retention. Thanks to valuable partners, visionary directors and highly driven staff, our track record of impact mounts into tens of millions of dollars in business and charity sector expansion.

Our decade of work has built a charity community that’s keeping medicine in rural towns, food pantries brimming, roofs over the homeless, places where abandoned animals are adopted as pets, breathtaking artistic productions — and more. Businesses are attracting profitable new contracts and expanding their workforces, and government units are finding North Dakota contractors to complete local projects.

Impact Foundation serves all of North Dakota, and in the case of charity sector work, also serves nonprofits in northwestern Minnesota.


We are always looking for new partners who are supporters of the arts. Advertising in our programs is a direct and simple way to show your business's support of the arts. Advertisements have a wide range of prices and run in concert programs for an entire season. For more information, please use the email option below.

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If you have any additional questions, please contact us using the email option below. Please allow up to four business days for a response. If interested in playing with the band, please take a look at the player's guide pdf. Thanks!

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