The Madrigal Tradition

USF Madrigal Dinners

December 5-7, 2015
Tickets available online Nov 1, 2015

The University of Sioux Falls Madrigal Dinners are an annual series of Renaissance-themed Christmas dinner theater performances presented by the Singing Camerata (known during the holiday season as "The Madrigal Singers"). Established in 1963 by Lois Harchanko, Music Professor Emeritus, the Madrigal Dinners represent one of USF's longest-standing and strongest traditions. The performances combine vocal and instrumental music, dancing, drama, elegant Renaissance garb, and fine dining.

The performance begins with a reception in the Ward Lobby of the McDonald University Center at 6:30 p.m. Guests are escorted to the Salsbury Dining Hall for dinner beginning at 7 p.m. with entertainment before, during, and after the meal. Guests are treated to a delicious four-course meal and entertainment in the form of jokes, dramatic sketches, songs, solos and instrumental music. The Madrigal Singers, a variety of student musicians, dancers and a court jester comprise the cast.

Special group rates are available, allowing guests to purchase a table of eight (8) seats for the price of seven (7). Treat your family and friends or organize your office holiday party with us.


The USF campus is located at 1101 West 22nd Street - campus map. It is truly a holiday experience to remember!