Posted on: July 24, 2010 Posted by: dakotasky Comments: 0

Jeff Paul Set-up

The improvising musicians work with Jeff Paul and Washington Pavilion’s fantastic TD Terry Ross to get the stage set for rehearsal. Don’t miss Jeff’s performance Sunday, July 25 at 2:30pm!  See Jeff’s bio page for more info and repertoire.  Should be a wonderfully eclectic performance!

Posted on: July 23, 2010 Posted by: dakotasky Comments: 0

Paul Sanchez Lecture 7.23.10

Paul discussing and performing the work of Isaac Albeniz, during the firstof our Lecture Series. Listening to Spanish music excerpts, Lorca’s Poetry,Spanish History, and the piano music of Albeniz.

Posted on: July 23, 2010 Posted by: dakotasky Comments: 0

Jose Luis Intermission

The piano takes a quick breather during intermission at Jose LuisHernandez-Estrada’s recital. So far it is proving to be a fantastic inaugural performance of the Fourth Season!

Posted on: July 22, 2010 Posted by: dakotasky Comments: 0

Paul on SDPB Dakota Midday

Yesterday afternoon, our Founder & Artistic Director Paul Sanchez made the trip down to Vermillion to join Paul Guggenheimer on SDPB’s Dakota Midday. Stream the full program at the following link (Paul’s segment starts at 24:45): Listen as the two Pauls discuss the Festival origins and it’s presentincarnation. Did …

Posted on: July 14, 2010 Posted by: dakotasky Comments: 0

Welcome to our new Executive Director!

The Dakota Sky Foundation is pleased to announce the expansion of our Directorial Staff with the hiring of our new Executive Director, Mr. Andrew Reinartz!  He will be taking a place along side Mr. Paul Sanchez, who will continue in the role of Founder & Artistic Director. Mr. Reinartz is …

Posted on: July 5, 2010 Posted by: dakotasky Comments: 0


Welcome to the official Dakota Sky Blog!  We’ll be using this space to talk about a wide variety of Dakota Sky related happenings — everything from Festival preparations, event and behind the scenes photos, and information from around the Internet to help keep you up to date with the world …