Lidia Dubicki

The Indianapolis Municipal Band (IMB) began in 1949 as an employee activity of for the members of the Allison Division of General Motors. The Allison Military Band, as it was then known, contained about fifteen to twenty members and rehearsed at the Allison Plant in Speedway. In 1972, the Allison Band was seeking a new Music Director. Edgar Axsom, then the band director at Westlane Middle School in Washington Township, was selected. In the early 1980’s, Allison decided to phase out its

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The Indianapolis Municipal Band (IMB) began in 1949 as an employee activity of for the members of the Allison Division of General Motors. The Allison Military Band, as it was then known, contained about fifteen to twenty members and rehearsed at the Allison Plant in Speedway. In 1972, the Allison Band was seeking a new Music Director. Edgar Axsom, then the band director at Westlane Middle School in Washington Township, was selected. In the early 1980’s, Allison decided to phase out its sponsored employee activities and the Allison Band had reached a turning point. The band, its leadership and members decided to become an independent band. Transitionally, it became the Circle City Concert Band then quickly evolved into the IMB. The IMB was incorporated in 1983 and has operated under the governance of a Board of Directors elected by the members of the band since that time.

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All concerts are free and open to the public.

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