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Delta David Gier, conductor
Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone
Bryan Akipa, cedar flute
Star Spangled Banner Lakota Flag Song
Jeffrey Paul / Wind on Clear Lake
Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate / Victory Songs
Jeffrey Paul / Desert Wind
Alexander Trujillo / The Little Boat
Teagan Bellonger / Stolen Sisters
Brent Michael Davids / Black Hills Olowan
arr. Theodore Wiprud / Amazing Grace
Experience the SDSO’s renowned Lakota Music Project for their debut on the Mary W. Sommervold stage. The Creekside Singers (Lakota drumming group), Bryan Akipa (cedar flutist) and Stephen Bryant (bass-baritone) are featured in this unique concert showcasing how music serves as a bridge for cultural understanding.
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Join Music Director Delta David Gier as he contextualizes the music and enriches the performance with background on guest artists and the repertoire. Concert Insights is held in the Mary W. Sommervold Hall of the Washington Pavilion.
Join SDSO Assistant Conductor Thomas Fortner as he leads a pre-concert talk highlighting interesting features of the concert that evening. This fast-paced and energetic lecture takes place in the north lobby of the third floor prior to every Saturday evening Classical Concert.
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