There’s nothing better than walking into the Washington Pavilion knowing you’re about to be transported to far-off lands through the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra’s music.
It can take you to places you’ve never imagined and tell you stories you’ve never heard before using only the power of song.
No one is more aware of that than the Music Director and Conductor of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, Delta David Gier. Along with David, today is SDSO’s guest pianist for this weekend’s performance, Emanuele Arciuli.
Emanuele is one of today’s classical music scene’s most original and exciting performers. David’s 20 years with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and accomplishments speak for themselves. This weekend’s concert features the talents of both men, as well as the story of Scheherazade.
Why not celebrate a great season of great music by becoming a friend of the South Dakota Symphony by donating today! Your tax-deductible gift is critical for continuing orchestra concerts, music education programs and impactful community building programs. You can also support the symphony by purchasing season tickets as a gift for yourself, or someone you know who would love the music of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra. New season tickets are available through the Washington Pavilion Box Office and online at SDsymphony.org.