BLACK HILLS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY RAPID CITY, SD
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In 1964 a small group of Rapid City musicians, dedicated to the idea of creating a chamber music society, designed the structure for what is now known as Black Hills Chamber Music Society. For over 54 years we have been bringing beautiful chamber music to our community through Concerts, Community Outreach and Collaborations.
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A devoted friend and contributor to the arts, Vic Weidensee, passed away on July 1, 2018. Read more about him and how his life impacted the Black Hills Chamber Music by clicking here.
Join Michelle Cann Live for a Digital Concert on July 18, 2020
Her program will include Chopin’s Ballade in A-flat major, the warmest and most lyrical of his four ballades, book-ended by two American works written within a decade of one another, one by a white composer and the other by an African American, but both deeply influenced by African American musical roots. Click here for more information on her concert
Click Here to View Michelle Cann's Virtual Concert
CONCERT SERIES 2019 - 2020
April 5, 2020The Maxwell Quartet has been hailed for its “great communication” by The Strad Magazine, and as “brilliantly fresh, unexpected and exhilarating” by the Scottish Herald.
April 26, 2020Stefan Milenkovich is established as one of the foremost violinists of his generation, and is internationally sought after as a soloist and recitalist. Marta Asnavoorian is a Grammy nominated artist. She has performed to high critical acclaim as orchestral soloist, recitalist and chamber musician
The Elder Musik Project provides 50-60 professionally prepared concerts for several care centers reaching audiences who may have no other opportunity for professional concerts.
The Chamber Music for Children Project provides educational performances of chamber music by four different ensembles in each of the fifth grade classes in the elementary schools in Rapid City, South Dakota, giving approximately 1400 children the opportunity to attend and experience a live chamber music concert.
The Educational Outreach Project at the Black Hills Children’s Home provides educational performances by three small ensembles for the children residing in the Black Hills Children’s Home near Keystone, South Dakota.
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- Stanford M. & Lynda Clark Adelstein
- Black Hills Federal Credit Union
- Don and Kyle Blada
- Edwards Piano Service
- Douglas & Justine Estes
- First Congregational Church
- Michael L., & Marnie L. Gould
- Dr. Charles Gwinn Family Memorial
- Old World Company, Hill City SD
- Marcine Patterson Memorial -
- Missing Page Book Club
- Karell Lehmann & Rhonda Seaver
- Tim and Ellen Shirley
- Pioneer Bank and Trust
- The Rushmore Hotel and Suites
- Dr. Streeter & Barbara Shining
- Simpsons Printing
- Super 8 Motel - Wall, SD
- Curt and Peggy Tuhy
- Charlotte Weidensee
- 5th & Main St. by Freed's
- Pailing Family
Thank You for Supporting the Arts!
Black Hills Chamber Music Society is a non-profit 501c(3) arts organization. Our concerts and community outreach projects are funded by ticket sales, grants and donations. For information on how you can help support BHCMS, please contact Justine Estes at email@example.com.