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Christmas with the Symphony: ‘Tis the Season!

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Gather family and friends for the sounds of the Christmas Season with the South Dakota Symphony and Chorus. Hear a mix of traditional and popular favorites and join in the annual holiday sing-a-long. There is something for everyone!

Christmas with the Symphony: ‘Tis the Season!

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Gather family and friends for the sounds of the Christmas Season with the South Dakota Symphony and Chorus. Hear a mix of traditional and popular favorites and join in the annual holiday sing-a-long. There is something for everyone!

Du and Dvorak

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Celebrate the year of the Rabbit with Chinese composer Chen Yi's 'Ge Xu'. Vowing to give up composing anything other than film music until Hitler was defeated, Korngold's 'Violin Concerto' was that first such piece after the end of WWII. Hear Minnesota Orchestra Assistant Concertmaster Rui Du bring it to life.

Songs of Romance

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Bring that special someone to the Washington Pavilion and swoon to jazz standards sung by local boy-made-good (star of LA nightclub scene and HBO's "Perry Mason") Luke Carlsen. "I Only Have Eyes for You," "Moondance," "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square," "One for my Baby," and more.

Shostakovich Symphony No. 7

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Shostakovich wrote his massive Symphony No. 7 during the siege of Leningrad. "Neither savage raids...nor the grim atmosphere of the beleaguered city could hinder the flow. I worked with an inhuman intensity I have never before reached." Dmitri Shostakovich

Sci-Fi Spectacular

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

"Boldly go" with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra on a thrilling adventure through the greatest hits of science fiction movies and television. This concert also features SDSO Concerto Competition winner, violinist Cecilia O'Malley from Hot Springs, SD.

Mozart Requiem

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Joined by the vocal power of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra Chorus, Mozart's choral masterpiece is paired with the gripping thirteenth century purity of Part's 'Stabat Mater'.

Beethoven’s 9th

Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Beethoven's glorious Symphony No. 9 and the famous "Ode to Joy" is a call for the triumph of universal brotherhood over desperation. Music Director Delta David Gier pairs this message with Reena Esmail's "My Sister's Voice" and a world premiere by Niloufar Iravani.