BLACK HILLS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY RAPID CITY, SD

 
 

“…a conversation between friends” –Catherine Drinker Bowen

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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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EVENTS INFORMATION

May 18, 2018
KELLEY MIKKELSEN & CARA ELLEN MODISETT

KELLEY MIKKELSEN & CARA ELLEN MODISETT

September 23, 2018

Some highlights from the Kelley Mikkelsen on Cello and Cara Ellen Modisett on piano duo recital program include selections of several songs by Franz Schubert (transcribed for cello and piano)...
May 21, 2018
SHTRYKOV-TANAKA DUO

SHTRYKOV-TANAKA DUO

October 14, 2018

Maksim Shtrykov, Clarinetist and Misuzu Tanaka, Pianist are two sensationally gifted and acclaimed virtuosi. As the Shtrykov -Tanaka Duo, they have performed throughout the United States to high acclaim, securing for them an impressive number of re-engagements....
May 20, 2018
TRIO CON BRIO COPENHAGEN

TRIO CON BRIO COPENHAGEN

February 10, 2019

Trio con Brio Copenhagen will be celebrating its Twenty-Year Jubilee Season in 2019. During the past twenty years, the Trio has performed more than 1,400 concerts on four continents.
May 27, 2018

ILYA YAKUSHEV

April 7, 2019

Ilya Yakushev is a Russian pianist who is a well-known Yamaha Artist. He trained under his talented Vladimir Felysman and has been mystifying audiences around the world since the young age of 12.
May 23, 2018
ST. PETERSBURG PIANO QUARTET

ST. PETERSBURG PIANO QUARTET

April 28, 2019

The St. Petersburg Piano Quartet was founded in 2014 and made its New York City debut with two successful concerts on the popular Barge Music Series. Since then, they have performed at the Da Camera Society in Los Angeles, Music Mountain and the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida to name a few.
 

ELDER MUSIK PROJECT

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.

CHAMBER MUSIC FOR CHILDREN PROJECT

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.

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH PROJECT

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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CONCERT SPONSORS


South Dakota Arts Council support is provided with funds from the State of South Dakota, through the Department of Tourism and the National Endowment for the Arts

Additional funds provided by the Allied Arts Fund in partnership with the City of Rapid City Investment Grant

SOUTH DAKOTA ARTS COUNCIL

RAPID CITY ARTS COUNCIL

  • Duane and Karen Abata
  • Stanford M. and Lynda Clark Adelstein
  • Allied Arts Fund
  • Black Hills Federal Credit Union
  • Black Hills Energy
  • Don and Kyle Blada
  • Dr. Dale and Barbara Clement
  • Edwards Piano Service
  • Douglas and Justine Estes
  • First Congregational Church
  • Michael L., and Marnie L. Gould
  • Dr. Charles Gwinn and Family
  • Missing Page Book Club
  • Karell Lehmann and Rhonda Seaver
  • Tim and Ellen Shirley
  • Pioneer Bank and Trust
  • The Rushmore Hotel and Suites
  • Dr. Streeter and Barbara Shining
  • Simpsons Printing
  • Super 8 Motel - Wall, SD
  • Curt and Peggy Tuhy
  • Vic and Charlotte Weidensee
  • Murray Woulfe
 
 

Thank You for Supporting the Arts!