17 Feb

“Shades of Love” YouTube Performance

Online Event

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Shades of Love 2021“Shades of Love” is an exploration of love through music by composers from around the world.

It includes the music of Italian composer Giovanni Sollima, Taiwanese composer BEN, Chia-Fu YU, Dutch composer Chiel Meijering, and Danish composer Rune tonsgaard Sorensen.

Fun fact:
You might also hear some short love stories from Taiwan, which is a small island country in the pacific ocean!

Link to watch the show on YouTube:
NOTE: You do NOT need a YouTube account to comment and interact with our performers directly during the concert premier on YouTube.

Free-will donation link:

COVID-19 has brought a lot of stress to people, so Sioux Falls Chamber Music Collective does not want to charge tickets for this show because music is what a lot of people need at the moment. However, if you have the ability to donate a normal ticket price or any amount, they thank you in advance for your support of good music and art.

Artists involved:
Alex Ramirez from USA Media TV sound/video producer of the show;
Dr. Elizabeth York (violin), associate concertmaster of SDSO;
Anne Ainomäe (viola), violist at Minnesota Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra;
Robbie Erhard (cello), cello principal at SDSO;
Dr. Yi-Chun Lin (violin), viola principal at SDSO;
Derek Somnis, light and tech engineer of the show

Special thanks to:
1) Dr. Peter Folliard and Augustana University for their support of this project and providing the beautiful Hamre Recital Hall for the online concert!
2) Artist Laura Engebretson for the design of this beautiful poster!

Sioux Falls Chamber Music Collective is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting exceptional quality professional musicians and artists to collaborate on projects that are educational, diverse, creative, and inclusive of a variety of cultural and musical influences. Its mission is to make music and art more accessible at all corners of the community, bridge art forms for more creative possibilities, and break the barrier between performers and audiences.