Check back soon for more detailed information, including Young Artist Program, Community Education, and Satellite Concerts!

All events take place in the Belbas Theater at the
Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Sioux Falls, SD (map).

Download a pdf version of the events calendar here!

Download a digital copy of our 2013 Program Book here! Contains schedule, bios, repertoire, and more.

Recital Series: (more info)
Saturday, July 20 7:30pm Paul Sanchez
Thursday, July 25 7:30pm Daniel Paul Horn
  This presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the South Dakota Arts Council and General Mills Foundation.
Saturday, July 27 7:30pm Jacob Ertl (piano) with Kayleen Sanchez (soprano)
Monday, July 29 7:30pm Lucille Chung
Saturday, August 3 7:30pm José Feghali
Spotlight Series: (more info)
Monday, July 22 7:30pm Tony Caramia (jazz & classical piano), featuring Allison Nash (voice) and Andrew Reinartz (jazz bass)
Thursday, August 1 7:30pm John Pennington & Ryun Louie (percussion), featuring Lucille Chung & Peter Klimo (piano)
Young Artist Program Recitals (more info)
Recitals featuring the students in our Young Artist Program. Free and open to the public.
Friday, July 26 7:30pm Solo Recital
Friday, August 2 7:30pm Song Recital (with Kayleen Sanchez)
Seminar Series: (more info)
Wednesday, July 24 12-1pm Tony Caramia – The Art of Modern Programming
Friday, July 26 12-1pm Daniel Paul Horn – The Middle Man: The Creator, the Performer and You
Monday, July 29 12-1pm Jacob Ertl – What’s the meaning of all that noise?! Frederic Rzewski’s music with a message.
Wednesday, July 31 12-1pm Paul Sanchez and Andrew Reinartz – Looking Back: Perspectives on the Road Thus Traveled
Children’s Concerts: (more info)
Tuesday, July 23 10am-11am Variations on a Theme
A lot of classical composers happened to also be fine pianists. They often liked to play games and figure out how many times one single idea could be expressed without ever boring their audience. (Beethoven found a way to say the same thing 32 times!) We’ll hear some of these variations and then ask our guest pianist to come up with his own.
Tuesday, July 23 11am-12pm Onomatopoeia!
Yes, that is a word. But what does it have to do with music? Join us as we discover how modernists composers like Messian and Copland have used onomatopoeias to create familiar animal sounds. Some might be tuneful, others eerie, or chirpy. Fun sounds nonetheless!
Tuesday, July 30 10am-11am It’s All New Music
Discover creative approaches to composition. New sounds, daring textures, and fiendishly rhythmic motives make for a musical experience you won’t want to miss. Be sure to notice any strange piano-playing techniques. You might be surprised!
Tuesday, July 30 11am-12pm Words With Music
Words with music is a perfect combination. For this concert, we’ll listen to the words and inflections of poetry and discover how music embellishes its meaning. Guided by our teaching artists, we will explore telling playful and other dramatic stories through music.
Master Classes: (more info)
Monday, July 22 2:00pm-5:00pm Paul Sanchez
Tuesday, July 23 2:00pm-5:00pm Tony Caramia
Saturday, July 27 10:00am-1:00pm Daniel Paul Horn
Monday, July 29 2:00pm-5:00pm Gregory DeTurck
Tuesday, July 30 2:00pm-5:00pm Lucille Chung
Wednesday, July 31 5:00pm-8:00pm José Feghali
Thursday, August 1 2:00pm-5:00pm José Feghali