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Who is Augustin Hadelich?

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.
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: https://tinyurl.com/sa689y5n

Thank you, The Post and Courier and Piccolo Spoleto Festival for highlighting them.
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.

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.

https://music.cofc.edu/concerts/magnetic-south/index.php

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.

Tix: go.cofc.edu/magicflute

Rehearsal Photos: Hälis Rünk
Costume Design: Janine McCabe
Scenic Design: Carrie Ferrelli
Lighting Design: Lauren Duffie
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.

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!

A little peek at rehearsal for THE MAGIC FLUTE!

Join us on Feb. 25 & 27 for this fantastic full-scale opera production. Info at go.cofc.edu/magicflute
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❤ 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
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.

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
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!

Contact information, map and directions, contact form, opening hours, services, ratings, photos, videos and announcements from College of Charleston Department of Music, College & University, 66 George Street, Charleston, SC.

Merging the intense focus of a conservatory with a broad education in the liberal arts, the music program at the College of Charleston is further enhanced by its location in a city renowned for its cultural heritage and devotion to the performing arts.

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Music Major Connects with Cultural Heritage Through Filipino Art Song 12/07/2022

We're so proud of Vocal Performance major Meleana Cabales for her hard work on this project and event. Join us this Sunday!

Music Major Connects with Cultural Heritage Through Filipino Art Song Meleana Cabales was scrolling through YouTube earlier this year when the song “Madaling Araw” by Francisco Santiago popped up in her recommendations. Curious, she clicked on the link. "I was hooked from the first listen," she recalls. "It vaguely sounded like something I’d sung before, but it ...

11/23/2022

📣📣Incoming freshman applicants- check out our Music Scholarship program— we have a Cyber Monday deal for $5 OFF your scholarship application!!📣📣 College of Charleston Alumni College of Charleston College of Charleston - School of the Arts

https://music.cofc.edu/scholarships/index.php

Applications for Music Scholarships are open NOW and will close on Jan 2! Start your application before Nov 28 and receive $5 off your application fee (full price $15). The coupon will be sent via email by Acceptd. Applications started after the 28th will not be eligible for the discount. This Cyber Monday deal won't last long - you'll also need to complete your application by the 30th! Link to scholarship information can be found on CofC Opera’s Linktree (link in bio).

11/23/2022

Music scholarship applications are open!

Applications for Music Scholarships are open NOW and will close on Jan 2! Start your application before Nov 28 and receive $5 off your application fee (full price $15). The coupon will be sent via email by Acceptd. Applications started after the 28th will not be eligible for the discount. This Cyber Monday deal won't last long - you'll also need to complete your application by the 30th! Link to scholarship information can be found on CofC Opera’s Linktree (link in bio).

11/23/2022

Join us on Monday for our fall orchestra concert!

11/14/2022

CofC Music Alumni…

11/07/2022

College of Charleston Opera students invite you to experience a series of personal “What If’s.” The stories will be intertwined with staged musical songs and opera arias as well as ensemble numbers. Witness a truly unique and personal performance in the cozy Chapel Theatre. Only 3 performances with limited seating! Ticket links in caption below.

We can’t wait to take you on this musical flight 🦋

10/24/2022

Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 1 for the next International Piano Series concert.

Having recently made her Carnegie Hall debut and released her debut album “Reflections” on the Steinway & Sons label, 21-year-old pianist Avery Gagliano captures audiences with her sensitivity, emotional depth, and musical expression. Her CofC performance includes works by Bach, Schubert and Chopin. Learn more & get tickets via the caption below.

CofC Vocal Experience Sign Up Form 10/07/2022

CofC Vocal Experience Sign Up Form This form is to apply for the CofC Vocal Experience happening on November 12th! The day will include a pizza party, tour of the campus, a voice masterclass, and a free ticket to the CofC Opera scenes program later that evening!

09/08/2022

We're thrilled to open our International Piano Series with acclaimed Ukrainian-American pianist Marina Lomazov, on Tuesday, Sept. 13. A winner of multiple international competitions, Lomazov studied at the prestigious Kiev Conservatory and holds degrees from the Juilliard School and the Eastman School of Music. The concert includes works by Chopin, Rachmaninoff, and Schumann's Kreisleriana.

Learn more about Lomazov and all four IPS concerts this season at https://go.cofc.edu/ips. FREE for CofC students/faculty/staff and youth. Discount season subscriptions available for adult patrons.

05/25/2022

Piccolo Spoleto’s College of Charleston Young Artists Series features some of our most accomplished music students and alumni performing a wide variety of works, from opera and classical ensemble favorites to jazz standards and originals.

Concerts take place at 12:00 noon in the Hill Exhibition Gallery (1st floor, Cato Center for the Arts, 161 Calhoun St.) First concert is on Tuesday, May 31st. Learn more:

https://blogs.cofc.edu/sota/2022/05/12/piccolo-spoleto-festival-college-of-charleston-young-artists-series-5/

Photos from College of Charleston Opera's post 05/02/2022
04/27/2022

On May 2 at 7:30PM, the College of Charleston Concert Choir and Madrigal Singers, led by Rob Taylor, presents its FREE 2022 Spring Concert at Second Presbyterian Church.

Featured repertoire will include Johannes Brahms' best known motet Warm ist das licht gegeben; works by popular American composers Jake Runestadt, Moses Hogan, and Eric Whitacre; and fun arrangements made popular by the King Singers performed by the College of Charleston Madrigal Singers.

College of Charleston International Piano Series ends season with a Grammy-nominated collaboration 04/19/2022

Hear from pianist, composer, and CofC professor Paul Sánchez on Sonatas & Soundscapes (SC Public Radio). Paul shared all about his collaboration with baritone Will Liverman for their Grammy-nominated album Dreams of a New Day: Songs by Black Composers. Will and Paul will perform the album’s featured songs tonight (4/19)—including a two-part work by Shawn E. Okpebholo that sets text by Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker.

College of Charleston International Piano Series ends season with a Grammy-nominated collaboration Operatic baritone Will Liverman and pianist Paul Sánchez—Director of Piano Studies at CofC and Artistic Director of the university's International Piano Series—are joining together once again for the first Charleston performance of works from their acclaimed album Dreams of a New Day: Songs by ...

04/19/2022

THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELED. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The College of Charleston Gospel Choir will present a spring concert of contemporary and classic works. Led by Brenten Weeks, the choir has toured extensively over the years and has been featured on statewide public television.

Saturday, April 23 at 5:00pm • Trinity United Methodist Church
Admission is free. Donations accepted at the door.

https://go.activecalendar.com/cofc/event/cofc-gospel-choir-concert-3/

SAVE THE DATE‼️ BE THERE‼️

04/13/2022

If you tune in to Wheel of Fortune this evening, you’ll see alumna Ashley Fabian '13 competing! While at the College, Ms. Fabian majored in music. Upon graduation, she went on to graduate school at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, OH. She currently resides in Los Angeles. Good luck tonight, Ashley! College of Charleston College of Charleston - School of the Arts

Photos from College of Charleston - School of the Arts's post 04/07/2022

Let's celebrate student excellence TODAY at the College of Charleston expo highlighting research, scholarship, creative inquiry and community service!

Photos from College of Charleston - School of the Arts's post 03/31/2022

Our own faculty member Dr. Paul Sánchez is up for a Grammy! 🎉🌟

Study Break: Meet a Music and Arts Management Double Major 03/10/2022

Study Break: Meet a Music and Arts Management Double Major Name: Mikhail “Misha” Pekar Hometown: Originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, but have lived in the Charleston area since a young age Year/major: Senior music (piano performance) and arts double major What CofC organizations you have been involved with and/or scholarships/awards have you receive...

College of Charleston 03/04/2022

Did you miss the chance to see “Die Zauberflöte” in the College of Charleston - Sottile Theatre?🌟You’re in luck!🌟

NOW ON DEMAND until March 12: High Def video recordings of our live performances! With supertitles! And all the elements of an HD broadcast that we’ve all come to know and love!

Purchase viewing rights at the link below!

https://cofc.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventList?groupCode=TDFLUTE&linkID=cofc-multi&shopperContext&caller&appCode&fbclid=IwAR0fq0Ep0-F-s-7fIev8XpJR0qonSInvUADKIpUAwR63xh5dmcHyWXA4Pyc

College of Charleston Online Ticket Office

03/04/2022

Attn senior music majors…

📣Calling all SOTA graduating seniors📣
Was your success at the College of Charleston shaped by a high school art teacher? We want to hear about it.

Nominate a teacher for the "Outstanding South Carolina High School Arts Teacher Award" who:
☑teaches in South Carolina
☑creates a sense of excitement for and enthusiasm about learning;
☑actively engage students and motivate them to do their best work
☑contributes to the well-being of their school, their community, and their profession
☑is committed to the personal growth of their students

Visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdnAgNlrG4LclRZgEuvv_5G-ghjksKgtJJnE97ZJM_y2wCF-g/viewform more information and application.

Watching from Lowcountry, acclaimed Ukrainian musicians worry for homeland 03/03/2022

College of Charleston music scholars Natalia Khoma and Volodymyr Vynnytsky share the beauty of their Ukrainian culture as well as concern for their beloved homeland.

Watching from Lowcountry, acclaimed Ukrainian musicians worry for homeland Acclaimed cellist Natalia Khoma and pianist Volodymyr Vynnytsky have forged an artistic life based in Charleston and spanning the globe. But their ongoing ties to their native Ukraine power their

03/02/2022

College of Charleston expo is happening on April 7th to celebrate research, scholarship, creative inquiry, and community service.

Undergraduate or graduate student abstracts are DUE MONDAY, MARCH 14 for those at CofC who have conducted mentored research, scholarship, creative inquiry or community service projects during summer 2021 or the 2021-22 academic year.

Visit https://academicaffairs.cofc.edu/expo/ to learn more.

College of Charleston expo is happening on April 7th to celebrate research, scholarship, creative inquiry, and community service.

Undergraduate or graduate student abstracts are due Monday, March 14th for those at the College of Charleston who have conducted mentored research, scholarship, creative inquiry or community service projects during summer 2021 or the 2021-22 academic year.

Visit https://academicaffairs.cofc.edu/expo/ to learn more.

Concerts 03/01/2022

Magnetic South, our contemporary music series collaboration with the Charleston Symphony, will present “Catch and Release” on Friday, March 11th at Sottile Theatre.

Read the caption below for ticket link and details on the lineup of 20th and 21st century works for the concert conducted by faculty member Yiorgos Vassilandonakis.

Concerts Upcoming Events

College of Charleston Photos of the Week 02/27/2022

Get a peek at rehearsal photos from our production of Mozart's THE MAGIC FLUTE by College of Charleston Opera, College of Charleston Theatre and Dance, and the Charleston Symphony. Opening night was marvelous! Don't miss the final performance at 2:00pm, Sunday, 2/27 at Sottile Theatre.

go.cofc.edu/magicflute

College of Charleston Photos of the Week From Cougar Family Fun to the Otto B. German Minority Male Initiative program for high schoolers to dress rehearsals for the School of the Arts' production of The Magic Flute at the Sottile Theatre this weekend – it's been a busy week at CofC!

02/09/2022

Our College of Charleston Opera has joined forces with the College's theatre and dance programs and the Charleston Symphony to stage a full-scale production of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) opera. Details in caption below or at 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.

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

Music Professor is Playing It Forward 02/02/2022

Music Professor is Playing It Forward Do chairs have superpowers? Lee-Chin Siow certainly thinks so.  When the associate professor of music at the College arrived at the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio in 1995 on a full scholarship for the Artist Diploma Program, she had already launched her career as a violin soloist, bu...

01/30/2022

CofC Music alumni and husband/wife duo William Villaverde and Fabiana Claure return to campus to perform “A Piano Journey Through Latin America,” the third concert of our International Piano Series season. Info + tickets in caption below.

CofC Opera 01/27/2022

Donating to College of Charleston Opera today on will help provide artistic, professional and cultural opportunities for our students, faculty and community. Opera, one the most comprehensive art forms, has the power to transform, move and inspire...which you can experience at our full-scale, collaborative production of "The Magic Flute," Feb. 25 & 27.

Give now to make a significant difference in our opera program: https://cofcday.cofc.edu/campaigns/cofc-opera

CofC Opera This is "CofC Opera" by College of Charleston Foundation on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

01/26/2022

Charleston Music Fest presents a fundraising concert of Beethoven works performed by faculty members and internationally renowned musicians Yuriy Bekker (violin), Natalia Khoma (cello) and Volodymyr Vynnytsky (piano).
BEETHOVEN program: Variations in E Flat Major from Mozart’s opera Die Zauberflöte for cello & piano, as well as Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97, Archduke Trio.

Feb. 7 • Sottile Theatre
Tickets + more info: http://go.cofc.edu/cmf

Monday, Feb 7 2022 | 7:30PM | Sottile Theatre

A fundraising concert of Beethoven works performed by faculty members and internationally renowned musicians Yuriy Bekker (violin), Natalia Khoma (cello) and Volodymyr Vynnytsky (piano).

BEETHOVEN program: Variations in E Flat Major from Mozart’s opera Die Zauberflöte for cello & piano, as well as Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97, Archduke Trio.

Tickets + more info: http://go.cofc.edu/cmf

01/20/2022

Faculty member & acclaimed lyric soprano Saundra DeAthos-Meers will be joined on stage by international opera tenor & Executive Artistic Director of Charleston Opera Theater, Harold Meers; special guest Morris Robinson, Bass, who is a Metropolitan Opera star & current Grammy nominee; and pianist Andrea Molina.
More info and tickets: https://music.cofc.edu/conc.../cofc-music-presents/index.php

Thursday, Feb 3 2022 | 7:30PM | Sottile Theatre

College of Charleston Department of Music presents “Masterworks of Voice and Drama,” a concert featuring:
“Four Last Songs” -Strauss
“Hugh, the Drover” -Vaughan-Williams
& other works by Quilter, Schubert, Gounod, and Verdi

Faculty member and acclaimed lyric soprano Saundra DeAthos-Meers will be joined on stage by international opera tenor & Executive Artistic Director of Charleston Opera Theater, Harold Meers; special guest Morris Robinson, who is a Metropolitan Opera star and current Grammy nominee; and pianist Andrea Molina.
More info and tickets: https://music.cofc.edu/concerts/cofc-music-presents/index.php

Alumnus' Passion for Music Remembered With New Award 01/19/2022

Created in memory of alumnus Carter Holland '19 to celebrate his passion for making music, the Carter Holland Memorial Music Award assists music majors in purchasing a musical instrument, musical equipment or funding ongoing professional training as a musician.

Congratulations to the inaugural award recipient, Eric Pickford: “He is a quintessential renaissance man with a wide range of majors and interests,” says music professor Lee-Chin Siow, who recommended Eric for the award. “His music major alone includes violin, piano, organ and composition. By the way, his other major is computer science. Talk about overachieving!”

Alumnus' Passion for Music Remembered With New Award Above: Carter Holland began playing a variety of instruments, including guitar, during his childhood and teen years. Making music – and sharing it with others – is often a calling as much as it is a skill. The emotion that comes from performing an aching jazz tune or a moody, mellow indie instru...

Harlem Quartet to Premiere Concerto by School of the Arts Dean 01/04/2022

The world premiere of A Charleston Concerto will be performed by the Harlem Quartet and the Charleston Symphony this week, on Jan 7 and 8. Congrats, Dean Edward Hart!

Harlem Quartet to Premiere Concerto by School of the Arts Dean When Edward Hart '88 wrote A Charleston Concerto, it was for the 350th celebration of the City of Charleston. Meant to premiere in April 2020, the piece looks back at the discovery of Charleston; grapples with its complicated history of natural disasters, slavery, war and disease; and celebrates its...

12/21/2021

A unique experience and gift for music aficionados: Renowned Grammy Award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich will join the College of Charleston Orchestra on March 21 in a performance of Tchaikovsky’s lush and virtuosic Violin Concerto, op. 35. The concert also will highlight music major Misha Pekar performing the first movement of Scriabin’s Piano Concerto in F Sharp minor, op. 20. The Russian-themed program will open with the energetic Overture to Ruslan and Ludmila by Glinka.

Augustin Hadelich is one of the great violinists of our time. From Bach to Brahms, from Bartók to Adès, he has mastered a wide-ranging and adventurous repertoire. He has appeared with every major orchestra in North America, and during the current season he will play numerous return engagements in the U.S., as well as the Mendelssohn Concerto with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Carnegie Hall in May. Among his other distinctions include an Avery Fisher Career Grant, a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship in the UK, the inaugural Warner Music Prize, a Grammy Award, as well as an honorary doctorate from the University of Exeter in the UK. Hadelich has recently been appointed to the violin faculty at Yale University.

Presented by our departments and sponsored by Frank and Peggy Oldham, this March 21st concert at the Sottile Theatre makes the perfect holiday gift for a music lover. Experience local talent and internationally acclaimed musicians this spring at the College of Charleston Orchestra Spring Concert. Tickets are now available at GSBO or at go.cofc.edu/orchestra.

Timeline photos 12/02/2021

Join the College of Charleston Concert Choir for a night of sacred and secular holiday music, directed by faculty member Robert Taylor. The Concert Choir will perform carols both familiar and new, with spoken narrations by theatre professor Evan Parry.

🗓 Monday, Dec. 6
⏰ 7:30pm
📍Second Presbyterian Church (342 Meeting St.)

Info + tickets:
https://cofc.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventInfo?ticketCode=GS%3AMULTI%3AMU22%3ACHC1206%3A&linkID=cofc-multi&shopperContext=&pc=&caller=&appCode=&groupCode=MUSING&cgc=&dataAccId=247&locale=en_US&siteId=ev_cofc-multi

🕯Join us for a night of sacred and secular holiday music, directed by faculty member Robert Taylor 🕯

🗓 Monday, Dec. 6
⏰ 7:30pm
📍Second Presbyterian Church (342 Meeting St.)

❄️The Concert Choir will perform carols both familiar and new, with spoken narrations provided by Associate Professor Evan Parry from College of Charleston Theatre and Dance.

More info + tickets
https://cofc.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventInfo?ticketCode=GS%3AMULTI%3AMU22%3ACHC1206%3A&linkID=cofc-multi&shopperContext=&pc=&caller=&appCode=&groupCode=MUSING&cgc=&dataAccId=247&locale=en_US&siteId=ev_cofc-multi

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