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This is the Harmony profile portion of the 2019 Sioux Empire United Way Campaign video. Thanks to the SEUW for their generous support of Harmony, and for so beautifully sharing our story with the community.

This video profiled Harmony SD for the Sioux Empire United Way's 2018 Women Unite event. Harmony was the initiative program for the SEUW's 2019 campaign.

This video gives you a glimpse of what Harmony South Dakota is all about.  Thank you to The South Dakota Community Foundation, who not only funded the making of this video, but also awarded Harmony two grants.

This video highlights Harmony's October 2019 Concert. This concert featured choral performances of Andy Grammer's "Don't Give Up on Me" and Lauren Daigle's "You Say", a percussion ensemble arrangement of One Republic songs, and our two orchestras performing Bluegrass, Classical and Cinematic pieces.

This video highlights Harmony's May 2019 Concert. This concert featured choral performances of David Archuleta's "Glorious"; and orchestra performances of modern rock composition "Courageous" and Handel's "Entrance of the Queen of Sheba."

This video highlights Harmony concerts in 2018. You'll hear the choir performing Bruno Mars' "Count on Me", the Harmonics Bucket band, the Percussion Ensemble performing "Jingle Bells", Boomwhacker ensemble performing a Coldplay medley, and our orchestras performing a "Bluegrass Medley" and Tchaikovsky's "March" and "Trepak" from 'The Nutcracker'.

This video highlights Harmony concerts in 2017. You'll hear the orchestra performing Handel's "Hornpipe", the choir performing the traditional African folk song "Bonse Aba", the Percussion Ensemble performing Beethoven's "Ode to Joy", the younger Sinfonia Orchestra performing the English Carol "I Saw Three Ships", the choir performing the traditional Spanish carol "Mi Burrito Sabanera", the older Philharmonia Orchestra performing  Haydn's "The Bird", the choir performing "How Far I'll Go" from the film 'Moana', the combined orchestras performing a portion of JS Bach's "Brandenburg Concerto #3.

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