Experience chamber music in the beauty of the Black Hills of South Dakota
15th seasonJune - July 2022
"Community based, Community driven"
Dear Family, Friends and Patrons, The Chamber Music Festival of the Black Hills is proud to maintain our outstanding educational and concert programming with a new grant award from the National Endowment for the Arts, 2022. The award places the CMFBH among the top arts organizations nationally. Our musicians are returning from Minnesota Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber, San Francisco Ballet, Curtis Institute of Music, the Univ. of California and Univ. of Central Florida with several Grammy Award winning musicians. This summer will feature new "Adventures and Dinosaurs" children's story, "Tink" and the addition of Rapid City violinist, Maya Anjali Buchanan. We look forward to seeing you throughout the summer.
The Classical Concert Series: Journey Museum and Learning Center, Adelstein Gallery
Concert 1: July 8 and 9 "You had me at Hello" Instant attraction based on your favorite composers featuring Rachmaninov, Schumann, Stacey Garrop, Borodin, and Beyonce.
Concert 2: July 15 and 16 "Night Music of Madrid" Featuring Montero, Miguel del Aguila, Albeniz, William Grant Still and Boccherini.
Concert 3: July 22 and 23 "Stairway to Heaven" Faure, Montero, Saint Saens and Led Zeppelin. Ever wonder where Led Zeppelin got the idea for "Stairway to Heaven," come to the concert as we present our newest arrangement of this classic.
Tickets: call the Journey Museum at 605 394-6923 Reception following the concert with beer/wine. Join us and catch up with old friends. The staff installed a new floor this winter for improved acoustics. Can't wait to share the new sound with you. Our free educational programming will begin in June and continue through July.
Covid-19 notice: all of our musicians are vaccinated. Spacial seating for the comfort of our patrons, doors will be opened to the outside for fresh air during the intermission.
Yours truly, Michael Hill and Dawn Marie Edwards Chamber Music Festival of the Black Hills