Klamath Falls Community Band Receives Community Grant for Spring Soloist

The Klamath Falls Community Band was recently awarded a Klamath County Cultural Coalition Grant to help bring internationally acclaimed jazz trombonist Harry Watters to Klamath Falls as a soloist and clinician for their Spring 2018 Concert titled "Bits and Pieces." We have also received numerous donations from businesses and individuals for this unique opportunity. Be sure to catch this awesome event on March 18 at 2:00pm!

The Klamath Falls Community Band in the News!

The Herald and News recently did a great article on the community band. Follow this link to check it out! http://www.heraldandnews.com/members/limelighter/community-band-carries-on-tradition/article_6b7e6e0d-1ac6-5d35-b65a-eaf86fc9d39a.html

Klamath Falls Community Band Obtains Nonprofit Status

As of February 2017, the Klamath Falls Community Band has been recognized as a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization. This means that donations to our band are now fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. This also opens up many opportunities for our band to apply for grants and other programs. We look forward to using this recognition to make a positive impact in the local community!

Getting Online

The Klamath Falls Community Band reformed in early 2015 and has been offering three concerts per year ever since. Currently we are in the process of getting our nonprofit 501 (c)(3) status and decided it would be a great time to increase our online presence. So, welcome to the Klamath Falls Community Band webpage. Check back in for updates and we hope to see you at our next concert at the Ross Ragland Theater on April 23, 2017!