F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S


"The musicianship, preparedness and timbre of sound were of the highest order. The blend of oboe and English horn with our Steinway was so beautiful and uplifting.”

- Gerry Putnam, Producer

CedarHouse Sound & Mastering


 "Siegfried Idyll," a symphonic poem... built off the opening melodies. Some of the richness of the sound was dissipated by the acoustic peculiarities of the architecture, but the piece featured excellent solo work by Darci Gamerl on oboe.” 

- Lawrance Burnabo, Duluth News Tribune

"The centerpiece of the program was Antonin Dvořák's "Serenade for Winds," This was a charmingly playful piece, and the interplay between Darci Gamerl on oboe and Ted Schoen on clarinet was utterly delightful."

- Lawrance Burnabo, Duluth News Tribune


Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 has the distinction of being the first DSSO piece back in 1933...A moody melody by Darci Gamerl's oboe began the second movement... The theme passed from clarinet to oboe to flute before [sic] being taken over by Michael Roemhildt's bassoon in a beautiful passage. 

-Lawrance Bernabo, for the News Tribune




Mendelssohn & Mozart

Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

DECC Symphony Hall

7 PM




Strauss & Haydn

Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

DECC Symphony Hall

7 PM



Guest Artist Master Class- VIRTUAL

University of Arkansas

3 PM



Seven Last Words of Christ &

Gran Partita

South Dakota Symphony Orchestra

Washington Pavilion

7:30 PM


Ms. Griffith Gamerl's duo, Ultima Thule has been offering Co-Vid Relief Concerts to neighborhoods in the Omaha area. For booking information please contact Ms. Gamerl. 

Ms. Gamerl is the Music Director at Classical 90.7 KVNO

Ms .Gamerl's compositions are now available for purchase. Please email for more information and a current catalogue. 

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