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Delta David Gier

  • The New Yorker magazine called the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra one of the boldest in the nation. This summer, you get to hear why. We bring you Summer with the Symphony Monday’s on In The Moment.
  • The New Yorker magazine called the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra one of the boldest in the nation. This summer, you get to hear why. We bring you Summer with the Symphony Monday’s on In The Moment.
  • The "New Yorker" magazine called the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra one of the boldest in the nation. This summer, you get to hear why. We bring you Summer with the Symphony Monday’s on In The Moment.
  • The "New Yorker" magazine called the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra one of the boldest in the nation. This summer, you get to hear why. We bring you Summer with the Symphony Monday’s on In The Moment.
  • The "New Yorker" magazine called the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra one of the boldest in the nation. This summer, you get to hear why. We bring you Summer with the Symphony Monday’s on In The Moment. We hear music today from Steven Yarbrough and Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg.
  • The "New Yorker" magazine called the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra one of the boldest in the nation. This summer, you get to hear why. We bring you Summer with the Symphony Monday’s on In The Moment. We begin with the 100th season opener and Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with South Dakota’s own Maya Buchanan.
  • The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra reached national audiences after an esteemed music critic featured the ensemble in The New Yorker.
  • The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and Chorus are in concert this weekend. They present Bach's Saint Matthew's Passion. It's an exploration of the Christian story of the death of Jesus of Nazareth as written in the biblical gospel of Matthew.Lori Walsh sat down with Delta David Gier and Timothy Campbell. Maestro Gier conducts the symphony orchestra. Maestro Campbell directs the symphony chorus. The first voice you'll hear is Maestro Gier's.
  • The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, like many cultural organizations, is finding ways to provide relevant, beautiful, and thought-provoking programming in difficult times. This weekend's performance includes the Ukrainian national anthem, famed Russian composer Tchaikovsky, a Syrian-American composer named Malek Jandali, and Indian tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain.
  • The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra continues its centennial celebration with a performance Saturday, January 22, in Sioux Falls. South Dakota Public Broadcasting streams the concert live on SD.net. and SDPB.org at 7:30 p.m. Central, 6:30 Mountain. This week's performance features a world premiere with sounds you've never heard before. Literally. Lori Walsh sat down with Maestro Delta David Gier, pianist Paul Sánchez, and composer David M. Gordon ahead of this week's performance.