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The Lex-Ham Community Band is a volunteer musical ensemble established in 1992 and composed of residents and students who live in the Lexington-Hamline and surrounding neighborhoods of St. Paul, Minnesota. The group is directed by Austin Ertelt.

Lex-Ham Band and festival choir: December 15, 2013
The  Lex-Ham Community Band and Festival Choir at
Buetow Auditorium, Concordia University-St Paul, December 15, 2013
Photo credit: John Lombardi

The group practices on Sunday nights of each month from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the Band Room at Concordia University-St. Paul. Austin Ertelt is the Director. The ensemble is open to anyone, young or old, who wants to come to the practices and play in the concerts. The band plays Sousa marches, show tunes, classical concert band pieces, swing jazz, and Dixieland arrangements.


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View a performance by Birdland by Josef Zawinul, arranged by Bob Lowden, by the Lex-Ham Community Band at BandWidth 2014

See the Lex-Ham Band's free holiday concert at Buetow Auditorirum at Concordia University-St Paul, 310 N Hamline Avenue - 7:00 p.m., Sunday, December 21.

Lex-Ham Band featured in Villager newspaper

Some members in the band also perform in a variety of small ensembles, such as trios and quartets.

Watch and read what current members have to say about the Lex-Ham Community Band

See and hear some famous clarinetists from the past and present.

For further information about:

Performing with us -- fill out our Get Involved form and read our Member Information Sheet or contact Band@LexHamArts.org or call (651) 644-3366.

Having us perform at your location, sporting event, or neighborhood gathering or festival -- write to Band@LexHamArts.org or call (651) 644-3366.


This page was last updated on December 1, 2014.