DWIGHT LAMB: LIVE DANISH MUSIC & DANCE AT SDPB's SIOUX FALLS STUDIOS
The public is invited to a live performance of Danish music and dance at SDPB's Sioux Falls Studios, Thursday, June 13 at 4pm. SDPB's Sioux Falls Studios are located 601 N. Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls.Tickets are available at the door.
Several years back, when visiting folk musicians from Denmark attended a small music festival in Minnesota, they were awed by an older musician from Moorhead, Iowa. Dwight Lamb’s fiddle and button accordion music was distinctively and authentically Danish, but unknown even in their native Denmark.
Lamb, who inherited the Danish music from his father and grandfather, has toured throughout Europe and America, mentoring generations of national and international musicians in the style that was once thought lost to time.
Lamb performs live Thursday, June 13, at 4pm at SDPB’s Black Hills Studio. The performance also features Danish musicians Kristian Bugge Mette, Jensen Stoeck, and Morten Alfred Hoirup, as well as Scandinavian dancers.
Sponsored by the Canton Center for Arts, Culture and Education. Tickets available at the door. The performance will also be webcast live at SDPB.org/live.
SDPB's Sioux Falls Studios are located 601 N. Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls.