Lutheran Music Program transforms lives and connects people through faith and music.
Other Programs: $7,300
LSM Tuition & Receipts: $467,441
Investment Income: $263,817
$1,236,733 Total Revenue
Co n t r LSM ibution s Tuit Ot io n h e & R e Inve r Progr ams ceipts s $49 8 Tota tment Inc lR $4 ,175 e 6 v 7 enu ome ,44 e $7,3 1 00 $ 2 6 $1,2 3,817 36,7 33
Founded in 1981, Lutheran Music Program serves musicians and audience members of all ages. We partner with churches, schools, and communities nationwide to present education and performance opportunities that reflect our core values of Lutheran faith, musical excellence, and nurturing community. Our flagship program is the Lutheran Summer Music Academy & Festival (LSM).
Lutheran Music Program celebrates the rich liturgical heritage of the Lutheran church: •
The worship theme for LSM 2013 was “Word of Grace, Word of Life.”
Nearly two-thirds of LSM students participated in handbells, chapel choir, intro to pipe organ, and/or church music history.
47% of LSM students came from churches enrolled in the Young Musicians Partnership. YMP congregations establish local scholarships, which are matched by Lutheran Music Program.
Twenty four Lutheran colleges and universities now offer dedicated undergraduate scholarships for LSM alumni through the Collegiate Partnership.
missions, Academy & Festival er Programs nagement & General elopment al
for Fiscal$34,796 Year October 1, 2012, through $141,538 $104,788 September 30, 2013 $1,073,837 Development: $104,788 Management & General: $141,538
Lutheran Music Program inspires musical excellence: •
Composition was added to the curriculum at LSM 2013. Twelve students premiered new works written at LSM, and many compositions featured sacred texts or themes.
LSM students presented 32 concerts and recitals during Festival Week. Hundreds of parents, alumni, and friends attended these inspiring performances.
The LSM band, choir, and orchestra performed exciting and demanding repertoire including John Rutter’s “Requiem,” Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations,” and Libby Larsen’s “Ursa.” Ms. Larsen visited LSM for a two-day residency.
Other Programs: $34,796 Admissions, Academy & Festival: $792,715
Nurturing Community Lutheran Music Program embraces nurturing community:
$1,073,837 Total Expenses
The organization’s audit was compiled by independent auditors Smith Schafer & Associates, Ltd.
LSM returned to Luther College in Decorah, IA, for the fifth consecutive summer.
141 high school students and 10 college interns from 29 states attended LSM 2013. The states with the highest enrollment were Washington, Minnesota, and Illinois.
In addition to their musical studies, LSM students attended a production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” and took a fieldtrip to downtown Decorah.
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“Between all that I have learned about both music and my faith and all the friends that I have made here, Lutheran Summer Music has changed my life.” –Brianna, LSM 2013 student
In 2013, Lutheran Music Program received charitable contributions from 583 individual donors, public and private grantmakers, and businesses. These generous donations offset operating expenses and provided much-needed support for the LSM Scholarship Fund.
Help Lutheran Music Program Thrive in 2014! • Tell a young person in your community about LSM. • Talk to your pastor about enrolling in the Young Musicians Partnership. • Support LSM by making a first-time donation or increasing your annual gift. Lutheran Music Program is tax exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to Lutheran Music Program are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Lutheran Music Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, gender, disability, or national or ethnic origin.
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