While you're out and about this weekend and in between CSO Masterworks performances, don't forget to join us this Saturday at the Gaillard Center for the Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra and Charleston Symphony Youth Sinfonietta Fall Concert at 1:00pm 👏 The performance will feature over 100 young musicians from across the Lowcountry and is free and open to the public 🤩 support these talented young musicians while enjoying an exceptional musical experience 🎼 see ya'll at the hall!
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Welcome to the new CSYO and CSYS conductors! There is still time for interested students to apply for both ensembles before the 2022-2023 concert season begins 🎻 📯🎺🎉
Join our Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestras for their second concert of the season live at the Gaillard Center tomorrow March 5th at 1:00pm showcasing over 100 young musicians! 🌟
This special performance by the Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra (CSYO) and Charleston Symphony Youth Strings (CSYS) is free and open to the public. If you're planning to join us for "Stravinsky's Petrushka" this weekend, why not also stop by and support the next generation of Charleston's own musicians? Visit www.CharlestonSymphony.org to learn more!
Interested in seeing some chamber music in a unique setting? Check out the Charleston Symphony Chamber Music Series featuring Charleston Symphony musicians and guest musician Jihye Chang.
DVOŘÁK’S PIANO QUINTET The second of our three program Chamber Music Series at the Charleston Library Society. Join the CSO’s string quartet featuring pianist Jihye Chang as they perform one of the finest examples of late Romantic chamber music, Dvorák’s Piano Quintet in A Major No. 2, Op. 81. Experience the exceptio...
Alumni Virtual Quiz Night - Bowdoin Music Festival Alumni Virtual Quiz Night Wednesday, November 3: 7:00-8:00 PM ET Join other Bowdoin International Music Festival Alumni for a Virtual Quiz Night hosted by Brandon Snook! Test your knowledge of chamber music trivia (the winner receives a $75 gift certificate to StarbirdMusic.com), or come to relax, c...
Don't miss our final Faculty Concert Series concert - and last event of the 2021 Festival - tonight at 7:30 PM EDT. Tune in at https://www.bowdoinfestival.org/festivalive/. Thank you all so much for your support this summer, and we look forward to being in touch soon!
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Join us tonight for a concert from our Young Artists Series! The concert begins at 7 PM EDT. Details at link below:
We are proud to showcase Festival students tonight at 7 PM EDT in our first concert of the Young Artists Series!!
Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestras Spring 2021 Concert The Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestras is the Lowcountry’s premiere developmental orchestra ensembles, serving more than 100 young musicians, in grades 3-12, who are admitted through competitive auditions. We offer two programs: the Charleston Symphony Youth Strings (CSYS) and Charleston Symphon...
The Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra program is now accepting audition videos for the 2021-2022 season! Check out this video with Kari Kistler to learn more about how to prepare for your audition and join us for our free virtual audition information sessions on April 11 and April 18.
Head to the CSYO website at the link below to learn more and to register for the virtual information sessions!
How to prepare for your Youth Orchestra audition CSO English Horn Player, Kari Kistler, provides tips on how to prepare for auditions.
Interested in joining the Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra or Youth Strings? We are now accepting video auditions for the 2021-2022 season. For audition information please visit: https://charlestonsymphony.org/csyo/
Tiny Tails is returning this spring!
At Bees Landing in West Ashley, classes will begin Wednesday, January 13 and at James Island Recreation Center, classes will begin Friday, January 8. Ages 3-5 are welcome to come to learn about animals, their habitats, and the environment!
Register online using activity #282716 or in person at any city recreation facility.
Happy Holidays from your Charleston Symphony!
We are THRILLED to announce a special gift to the community, just in time for Christmas Eve. Enjoy this year's Holiday Pops livestream on us now through New Year's Day 🎁
And a HUGE thank you to our dedicated subscribers, patrons, and donors for making this opportunity possible - with their support we are able to share the joy of music with the entire community.
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Watch Part 1 of MYSO's Beethoven Festival this evening at 7:00 pm CST! Join as they celebrate and showcase the achievements of MYSO musicians. Part 1 features: Senior Symphony Dvořák Orchestra and a celebration of Margery Deutsch, Chamber Orchestra, Metropolitan Symphony Beethoven Orchestra, Sinfonia, Wind Ensemble, Soca steel band, and Rumba jazz combo.
Join Assistant Principal Viola Kerri Ryan tomorrow night at 7 PM for a virtual master class and Q&A, hosted by the Philadelphia International Music Camp & Festival. Students and music educators, sign up now to reserve your complimentary seat: bit.ly/39aDWOi
The evening concerts are sold out but there are still a few seats left for the matinee!
Holiday Pops Gather the family for a night of entertainment so cheerful it could only be Holiday Pops! Yuriy Claus and the CSO elves are hard at work preparing the merriest Holiday Pops performance yet. Expect all of your favorites like “Sleigh Ride” and “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” along with many ...
Daniel Bernard Roumain & Mozart: An NJSO Concert Film (dir. Yuri Alves) The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and DreamPlay Films present a concert film featuring the world premiere of an NJSO commission by Daniel Bernard Roumain alo...
The Charleston Symphony team is thrilled to be returning to the Gaillard this week for our first Masterworks concert of the 2020-2021 season.
Please enjoy this video that expresses exactly how we all feel, made by our multi-talented Assistant Concertmaster, Micah Gangwer. Thank you Micah!
The Charleston Symphony's 2020-2021 Season Promo - YouTube The CSO is excited to start performing again this week!Join us for a fun preview of this season's repertoire.
Listen along as Charleston Symphony Assistant Conductor Kellen Gray discusses this weekend's 20-21 Masterworks season premiere, Beethoven's Beginnings. Gain special insight on the repertoire and catch an exclusive interview with Pulitzer Prize and three-time Grammy winner, Jennifer Higdon!
Beethoven's Beginnings Preconcert Talk Join CSO Assistant Conductor, Kellen Gray, as he provides insight into the Charleston Symphony's first Masterworks program this season, including a special…
You can watch the Charlotte Symphony perform their fall series:
CSO On Demand Your Charlotte Symphony presents four concerts streamed from the Knight Theater this fall, featuring an exciting mix of classical favorites and inspiring new works.
From the performer Debra Sherrill-Ward
"When I was asked to play for the Summer Solo Series at the Historic Powder Magazine, my first suggestion was the Malcolm Arnold Fantasy for Horn since it is about Charleston Pirates. Well not really, Sir Malcolm Arnold did not write a specific story for the op 88 Fantasy, but many horn players tell a version of the story of The Pirate Swashbuckle. I believe the story originated with Jeff Nelsen from Canadian Brass. The story fits perfectly with the form of the solo. I love this fun work and have fond memories of working on this with Frøydis. Thank you for listening.
The Pirate Swashbuckle.
A pirate ship was sailing off the coast of Charleston. The crew is having a grand time singing, drinking and dancing. They party into the wee hours of morning. The pirates eventually fall asleep to the gentle rocking and occasional wave crashing against the side of the ship while they dream of buried treasures. Suddenly, they are jolted awake by the boom of a cannon from a pirate ship in the distance. The two ships slowly come together and a battle breaks out, with lots of commotion and swashbuckling. The Charleston crew is victorious and celebrates their newfound treasure with more dancing, drinking and singing as they return to the high seas."
Malcolm Arnold Fantasy for Horn, Opus 88 Malcolm Arnold Fantasy for Horn, Opus 88 performed by Debra Sherrill-Ward at the Historic Charleston Powder Magazine. Recorded live June 8, 2020.
Can you name the bird calls from Beethoven's 6th symphony? Join the CSO winds as they present various bird calls from Beethoven's 6th symphony! PLUS Join the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, with members of the ...
We have such a cool week of MET Opera performances lined up! On Monday, we lead off with Puccini's Tosca, and build up to an amazing performance of Hansel and Gretel next Sunday! https://www.ccpl.org/met-opera-live-ccpl
Beth Albert shares how Beethoven transformed the timpani. Beth Albert reveals how Beethoven forever changed writing for timpani, and why she is particularly excited to play the pieces of this season!
BBC Radio 3 - Choral Evensong, St Martin-in-the-Fields Live from St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, with members of the BBC Singers.
Flutes from around the world! CSO Principal Flutist, Jessica Hull-Dambaugh, shares some of the unique flutes she has collected from around the world.
Kathy St. John shares the life and work of composer Alma Mahler-Werfel. CSO bassoonist, Kathy St. John, shares with us Alma Mahler's contribution to classical music. Although we will not be performing her work next season, her st...
Tom Joyce introduces Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme CSO Bass Trombonist, Tom Joyce, talks about why this piece is so much fun for him!
Have you heard of a Rotary Trumpet? CSO Principal Trumpet player, Antonio Marti, talks briefly about this unique instrument that you will hear during our upcoming season.
Micah Gangwer shares a few of his favorite Beethoven violin movements. Micah Gangwer shares a few of his favorite Beethoven movements and motifs for the violin. We will be playing many of Beethoven's magnificent pieces throughou...
Anne Holmi explores Beethoven's compositions for horn. Anne Holmi describes the role of the horn in a symphony and how Beethoven employs these various musical duties in his compositions. We will be playing many o...
Ken Lam shares the humorous details found in Beethoven's 8th symphony. Ken Lam shares with us the various musical pranks found in Beethoven's 8th symphony. Come visit the Gaillard Center on March 5 and 6 to hear Beethoven’s 8th,...
Kari Kistler takes the 20 Second Challenge on Beethoven's 3rd! Can CSO Second Oboe and English Horn, Kari Kistler, beat the clock to describe her first experience playing Beethoven's 3rd symphony, "Eroica"? Hear Beethove...
Jessica Hull-Dambaugh talks about Brahms' 4th Symphony. CSO Principal Flutist, Jessica Hull-Dambaugh, shares her experience of playing Brahms Symphony No.4, Brahms' personal background and context surrounding his ...
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