Timothy Campbell named director of South Dakota Symphony Chorus

Posted on: July 13, 2021

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra in Sioux Falls has appointed TIMOTHY J. CAMPBELL as director of the South Dakota Symphony Chorus. He begins at the start of the 2021-22 season, which is the orchestra’s centennial year. Campbell is associate professor of music at the University of South Dakota, where he conducts the Concert Choir and Men’s and Women’s Chorus, and teaches courses in choral literature, applied voice, and sight-singing. He is the founder and artistic director of Transept, a vocal ensemble of professional consort singers and musicians in Sioux Falls. Campbell previously served on the faculty of West Virginia University and was associate director for Men’s Consort Houston and the CORO Vocal Artists, and director of the St. Luke’s Early Music Ensemble (TX). As a vocalist, Campbell has performed with professional ensembles around the country. He holds degrees from Bemidji State University (B.S.), the University of Minnesota (M.M.), and the University of Arizona (D.M.A.).