2019 Classical Concert Series
Tickets now available: (605) 394-1786
PACRC box office
(Click on the concert for program details)
July 12, 7 PM: "The Pipes, the Pipes are Calling..."
The program is inspired by folk songs, including Beethoven Irish songs, the American songster Stephen Foster, Smetana, Dvorak and Borodin.
The concert will feature baritone, Tobias Greenhalgh whom you may remember from our 2009 and 2010 seasons where Tobias was a student at Johanna Meier’s Opera Institute. Tobias is now recognized as one of the top operatic baritones with a career spanning Europe, the U.S. and Asia.
July 19, 7 PM: "Magica y Misteriosa"
Featuring the Magic and Mysterious Harp Quintet recently awarded the Latin Grammy for best composition. The concert will be the U.S. premiere of this work, which will be paired with the most popular chamber work of all times, Schubert’s Death and the Maiden. We will start off the program with Tchaikovsky’s passionate Piano Trio dedicated to death of beloved friend.
July 26, 7 PM: "Ugh..., Because I Said So!"
Dawn won out on this one! In a classic he said/she said debate, we will be featuring the rarely heard rhythmical Granados piano quintet along with works by Tchaikovsky, Schubert, Marais and more.
Performing Arts Center of Rapid City
601 Columbus St., Rapid City, SD
Regular ticket prices: $22.50
Students with ID: $5.00
Season (all 3): $50
PACRC box office fee: $2.50
Don't miss the "Booze and Schmooze" Reception following the concert on stage.
The 11th Season of the Chamber Music Festival was one of our most successful. Your support allowed us to complete forty-three events this past summer throughout the Black Hills. Forty of those events were free and open to the public. This summer, we exceeded 4000 attendees with over 27,000 since our inception.
If you have a moment, we have many photos and hilarious videos on our Facebook account: Chamber Music Festival of the Black Hills.
Thank you again for your support and we look forward to sharing plans for the upcoming year. If you have any thoughts or suggestions for us regarding programming, promotions or individuals whom we should reach, please contact us at via email: Music@cmfbh.org
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FREE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
We’re often asked why we place so much emphasis on the educational aspect of our programs. The reality is that children, who participate in arts educational programs like the ones we provide, develop better comprehension skills, multi-task better and excel in school. These efforts continue our motto of "Community based and Community driven."
Discovery of Strings
Musical Story Time
National Endowment for the Arts Artworks Grant
8 Week Residency at General Beadle School Discovery Program
Details coming soon.
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City of Rapid City Investment Fund