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Instrument Clearance Tour, Schmitt Music Sioux Falls

Tuesday, April 5th only!

During Spring Expo, Schmitt Music is touring the upper Midwest with a truckload of brand new, scratch & dent, and manufacturer special buy performance-level band and orchestra instruments, offered at deep discounts – huge savings for one day only!

This is a one-of-a-kind sale where you can save BIG on an instrument upgrade for your continuing music student. This is a rare opportunity. We invite you to TAKE THE NEXT STEP into a performance-level instrument and enjoy tremendous savings!

Join us at Schmitt Music Sioux Falls – Tuesday, April 5 from 4PM to 8PM

Schedule an appointment: to email us!

Clearance Prices!
Demo Product!
Scratch & Dent!
One-of-a-Kind Deals!
Expert Selection Help!
Something for Everyone!

Looking for a better mouthpiece? We’re also bringing our mouthpiece sampler kit with us, so you can try them all! We are currently accepting appointments for this one-night, one-time-only selection event, so contact us to schedule your showing! Appointments are on a first-come basis, but every attempt will be made to find a convenient time for everyone.

For more information or to schedule an “Instrument Clearance Tour” appointment, please contact us via email at

Aaron Tubergen selection event

Get selection advice from Aaron Tubergen, principal violist for the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra!

Join us for the “Instrument Clearance Tour” event at Schmitt Music Sioux Falls and you can get expert selection advice from Aaron Tubergen, starting at 4PM on Tuesday, April 5th. Plus, before the evening ends, enjoy a performance featuring Mr. Tubergen and Kelsey Farr, Schmitt Music’s String Specialist! Please contact us for more information, or to set up your appointment: call 605-339-6030 or email

Aaron Tubergen serves as principal viola of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and violist of their resident Dakota String Quartet. In addition to his duties with the SDSO, Aaron regularly performs with the Minnesota Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, and Grand Rapids Symphony. He has appeared at the Faulkner, Kent/Blossom, Saugatuck, and Sarasota music festivals, and was previously a member of the Akron and Canton Symphonies. Aaron earned his Bachelor of Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music under the instruction of Robert Vernon, principal viola of the Cleveland Orchestra. While at CIM, Aaron was the recipient of the Robert Vernon Prize in viola and performed with the Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom and Severance Hall.

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