From instrumentalist of the year to Grammy Award winner, this Italian-German classical violinist is considered one of the finest in the world. Since graduating from Juilliard, he has performed with major orchestras around the globe from the Chicago Philharmonic to the Bavarian Radio Symphony.
Having an artist of this caliber play alongside the College of Charleston Department of Music students is what makes SOTA the artistic heartbeat of Charleston. Check out this video for a taste of Hadelich’s talent and don’t forget to grab tickets for the performance on March 21st.
Who is Augustin Hadelich?
Introducing: Arts Management and College of Charleston Department of Music double major, Misha Pekar--performing at the March 21st CofC Orchestra Concert with Augustin Hadelich.
Ukrainian artists Natalia Khoma and Volodymyr Vynnytsky in our College of Charleston Department of Music share love and support for their homeland:
Magnetic South’s mission, to expose the College's students and the local community to unique, contemporary classical music is apparent through this concert’s lineup of 20th and 21st century works:
-Celebrated Finnish composer and Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony Esa-Pekka Salonen’s 2006 Catch and Release
-West Coast composer and UC David Professor Laurie San Martin’s tiny fonts
-Theodore Antoniou’s seminal Octet (1986)
-Igor Stravinsky’s Suite no1 for small orchestra (1925)
Join us at the College of Charleston - Sottile Theatre on March 11th at 7:30pm for an evening of contemporary classical music.
Magnetic South, a collaborative project between the College of Charleston Department of Music and the Charleston Symphony and co-founded by Edward Hart, Yiorgos Vassilandonakis, and Yuriy Bekker, will present “Catch and Release” on Friday, March 11th.
Rehearsal Photos: Hälis Rünk
Costume Design: Janine McCabe
Scenic Design: Carrie Ferrelli
Lighting Design: Lauren Duffie
Only two chances to see Mozart's operatic masterwork "Die Zauberflöte" ("The Magic Flute")-- Friday, February 25 at 7:30, and Sunday, February 27 at 2pm. Featuring College of Charleston Theatre and Dance, College of Charleston Department of Music, Charleston Symphony, and College of Charleston Orchestra members with a full cast of student singers and dancers, this fully-produced Mainstage opera is not one to be missed.
Then, Palmetto City Ballet has "Cinderella" the first week in March.
And, not to be outdone, Chamber Music Charleston has An Evening with Midori!
Mark your calendars and book your tickets today!
Getting busy at the Sottile. College of Charleston Theatre and Dance College of Charleston Department of Music College of Charleston Opera Charleston Symphony getting ready for "The Magic Flute" next week.
Join us on Feb. 25 & 27 for this fantastic full-scale opera production. Info at go.cofc.edu/magicflute
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A little peek at rehearsal for THE MAGIC FLUTE!
❤ Proud of College of Charleston Department of Music '98 alumnus Quentin E. Baxter and his many accomplishments
Look up! Love seeing City of Charleston, SC Government Arts Commission member, Quentin E. Baxter, gracing this Adams Outdoor billboard. Nice to have him looking out over us, even when he's on the road! rene marie Ranky Tanky Freddy Cole Jazz College of Charleston Department of Music College of Charleston - School of the Arts College of Charleston
Director of College of Charleston Opera, Sandy DeAthos-Meers, says, “This collaboration among Charleston’s arts powerhouses showcases a variety of talent for audiences while providing a unique, professional experience for our students."
More info + tickets: go.cofc.edu/magicflute
A timeless fairytale of darkness, light and finding one’s way in the world, Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) opera explores the search for truth and reason, love and enlightenment. This fully staged comedy/romance is presented by College of Charleston Department of Music, College of Charleston Theatre and Dance and the Charleston Symphony.
Lovely to see Lee-Chin Sow on the cover of the College of Charleston Magazine. Another reminder that the College of Charleston - School of the Arts College of Charleston Department of Music is the !
I am happy to announce that Charleston Music Fest, presented by the Department of Music at the College of Charleston’s School of the Arts and the Friends of the (Addlestone) Library return with live concerts! Please, join us for the CMF concert on Monday, February 7th at 7:30pm at Sottile Theatre!