John Nguyen

In The Moment ... October 11, 2019 Show 678 Hour 1

While the architectural expansion and renovation continues at the National Music Museum in Vermillion, NMM Live! welcomes award-winning cello virtuoso Cameron Crozman to Farber Hall in Old Main on the campus of the University of South Dakota.

The Canadian artist has been named "Canada's next big cello star" by CBC Music and the 2019-20 Classical Revelation artist of Radio-Canada.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... February 28, 2019 Show 525 Hour 2

In 1979, Bill Rounds won the first Young Artist Competition. This Saturday, the Black Hills Symphony presents A Czech Romance – Celebrating 40 years of the Young Artist Competition. Bill will perform Antonin Dvorak's cello concerto. Bill joins us today from Rapid City. Bruce Knowles is the music director and he joins us by phone.

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... September 19, 2018 Show 425 Hour 2

The Black Hills Chamber Music Society launches its season with a cello and piano duet on Sunday, September 23rd. That's after Thursday's performance at the new Hamre Recital Hall at Augustana University in Sioux Falls.

Cellist Kelley Mikkelsen joined In The Moment during her trip to South Dakota.

Originally from South Dakota, she attended Eastman School of Music and has gone on to perform to acclaim in concerts in Europe, Asia, and the United States.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... April 24, 2017 Show 078 Hour 2

Cellist Marta Simidtchieva is an active soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. Dr. Simidtchieva is associate professor of cello at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, where she also is a member of the LeClaire Piano Trio and the Illinois Symphony Orchestra. She visits Vermillion today and joins SDPB's Susan Hanson in the studio for a conversation about 20th Century cellists.

Kealey Bultena / SDPB

Sioux Falls middle schoolers are playing music with a world-renowned rock orchestra violinist. Mark Wood is in town to perform Saturday night. More than 2,700 students are set to accompany him.

"King" Cello Returns To Vermillion

Sep 21, 2015

The National Music Museum has just had one of its rarest instruments returned. The Amati ‘King’ Cello was on display at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.