On 31 May 2002, the National Capital Band, based in Washington, DC, gathered for a dinner marking the end of the band’s 76th consecutive annual season of service.
On Saturday, 23 February 2002, three Salvation Army musical groups, from three divisions in two territories, united in a great festival of music and praise.
The National Capital Band, under the direction of Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm, opened the Christmas season with two annual engagements, 1 – 2 December 2001.
The Divisional Youth Band and Timbrels (Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm) of the National Capital & Virginia Division performed in Winchester, Virginia on the weekend of November 10 – 11, 2001.
On the afternoon of Sunday, September 23, 2001, the National Capital Band (Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm) gathered at the front steps of the Jefferson Memorial.
The National Capital Band (Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm) concluded its 2000 – 2001 season with a concert in Waynesboro, Virginia. The band joined with the Waynesboro Choral Society (Director Don Coffey) for the second consecutive year in a benefit concert for the local Salvation Army corps.
The [bclink id=”945″ target=”_blank”], conducted by Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm, has released its latest recording, Turning Point. The disc includes twelve tracks, ranging from the classic variations Sound Out the Proclamation (Eric Ball) to the big-band jazz sounds of Deep River (William Broughton). Four soloists are featured: Tom Bratten (tuba), Major Tony Barrington (euphonium), Dorothy Gates…