In this Aug. 14, 2017, photo provided by the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, Garrett Lawrence, left, and composer-in-residence Jerod Tate work in Sisseton, S.D.  A composing boot camp is allowing teens and adults from a South Dakota American Indian reservation who may never have written a piece of music before to hear their original compositions performed by professional musicians.  Lawrence, who plays baritone and piano and is in the Sisseton High School band, is among those who will hear their works debut.
In this Aug. 14, 2017, photo provided by the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, Garrett Lawrence, left, and composer-in-residence Jerod Tate work in Sisseton, S.D. A composing boot camp is allowing teens and adults from a South Dakota American Indian reservation who may never have written a piece of music before to hear their original compositions performed by professional musicians. Lawrence, who plays baritone and piano and is in the Sisseton High School band, is among those who will hear their works debut. South Dakota Symphony Orchestra via AP)
In this Aug. 14, 2017, photo provided by the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, Garrett Lawrence, left, and composer-in-residence Jerod Tate work in Sisseton, S.D. A composing boot camp is allowing teens and adults from a South Dakota American Indian reservation who may never have written a piece of music before to hear their original compositions performed by professional musicians. Lawrence, who plays baritone and piano and is in the Sisseton High School band, is among those who will hear their works debut. South Dakota Symphony Orchestra via AP)

South Dakota Indian students will hear original works played

September 13, 2017 4:41 PM

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