The Charleston Symphony Orchestra has announced their 2023-2024 season. Much-anticipated guest conductors, extraordinary guest artists, and concerts full of delightful music will be the highlights of the season.
The Masterwork concerts will be led by phenomenal guest conductors performing works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Verdi, Holst, Dvořák, and more. Holiday Pops returns in December, with special guests to celebrate the season with holiday tunes. In January, the worlds of music and movement will merge to bring Cirque de la Symphonie – aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers, and strongmen will share the stage with the CSO in choreographed splendor. For the closing series concert, Associate Conductor Kellen Gray will conduct a program celebrating the influential Harlem Renaissance cultural movement of the 1920s and 1930s.
For information about season subscriptions, click here. Individual tickets for the 2023-2024 season go on sale in August.
- Elgar’s “Enigma” (9/22 and 9/23)
- An Evening with Zukerman (10/27 and 10/28)
- Majestic Bruckner (11/17 and 11/18)
- Schwarz Conducts Brahms (1/12 and 1/13)
- The Music of Bernstein and Marsalis (1/26 and 1/27)
- The Planets (3/1 and 3/2)
- Verdi’s Requiem (3/22 and/23)
- Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony (4/19 and 4/20)
- Music of the Movies: Fantasy Films (10/12)
- Holiday Pops! (12/21-12/23)
- Cirque de la Symphonie (1/19)
- Harlem Renaissance (4/6)
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