Land of Lakes Choirboys 

 of Minnesota

40th Anniversary Season

Celebrating the Journey

Ordinary Boys. Doing Extraordinary Things.

Group Photo

1976-1977                                                          2014-2015     

Teaching boys about...
Music | Respect | Honor | Responsibility | Leadership

Good Manners and Behavior | How to be a gentleman

Contact us at choir@lolcb.org or 763.213.8105

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Event Schedule


Check out our updated concert schedule for our 40th Anniversary Season...

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Check out this great music video including vocals by the Land of Lakes Choirboys' Concert Choir in support of the Joint Council on International Children's Services.






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 To enrich the lives of boys by teaching excellence in choral music and self discipline.



To make the Land of Lakes Choirboys a high quality music education program that empowers boys to develop musical ability, individual character,

and leadership skills.




This activity is made possible by the
voters of Minnesota through a grant from
the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a
legislative appropriation from the
arts and cultural heritage

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.