Category Archives: The Arts

Charleston Gaillard Center, Stop Light Observations – November 20

Announcing Stop Light Observations November 20, 2020 at 8 pm In-person and livestream event Tickets for the in-person event are on sale Tuesday, September 29 at 11:00 am. In-person tickets start at $50 (plus applicable fees) and have limited availability. … Continue reading

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Gibbes: Chamber Music in the Garden October 2

The Charleston Symphony Chamber Music Series at the Gibbes Museum continues with a special performance featuring American composers in the Lenhardt Garden with the Charleston Symphony String Quartet and Brass Quintet. Please note that masks are required for all visitors … Continue reading

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PURE Theatre – Season 18: Season of Hope

It’s all happening! The moment you’ve been stuck inside daydreaming about for months! Without any further ado, we are thrilled to announce a brand-new season for a whole new world. Please join us for a brilliant journey through the aspirations and inspirations … Continue reading

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From the Archives: Singin’ Ella – Carmen Bradford with the CJO

With performances on 4 Grammy Award-winnings albums, sold out concerts the world over, and 16 recordings, Carmen Bradford is considered to be one of the greatest jazz vocalists alive today. On this magical evening, Carmen will join the Charleston Jazz … Continue reading

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CMC At Home House Concerts

CMC At Home House Concert 1 is now available on demand! Don’t miss your chance to experience chamber music from the comfort of your own home performed by musicians of Chamber Music Charleston. Clarinetist Charles Messersmith, bassoonist Sandra Nikolajevs and … Continue reading

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Charleston Music Hall – Outdoor Concert Series

We are thrilled to announce our multi-week outdoor concert series, Around The Bend! Saturday, October 3 – The Legacy of Motown featuring Charlton Singleton & Friends Friday, October 9 – SUSTO Friday, October 16 – Queen of Soul: A Tribute to … Continue reading

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CJO Season 12 Continues with Trumpet Legends

The COVID-19 pandemic poses fundamental challenges to live music and the Charleston Jazz Orchestra (CJO) has reinvented what it is and does while the concert halls are closed. CJO Season 12 continues with Trumpet Legends, paying homage to the early days … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center Celebrating Five Years – October 18

Five-Year Anniversary Celebration October 18, 2020,  7:00 pm In-Person Tickets: $25 (plus fees) Virtual Tickets: $10 We are thrilled to announce a special performance in celebration of five years enriching the Charleston community with unforgettable experiences. Held exactly five years since … Continue reading

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Chamber Music Charleston at Home

Beginning in January 2021 Chamber Music of Charleston hopes to continue with previously announced in-person concerts, so long as it is safe to do so.  CMC will reassess the situation in November and will make an announcement by December 15, … Continue reading

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The Gibbes Museum: Visiting Artists Series

The Gibbes Museum of Art is pleased to announce the opening of the new Ruth and Bill Baker Art Sales Gallery. The gallery, located on the first floor of the Gibbes Museum of Art, will exhibit works by the museum’s visiting artists. … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center – Lowcountry Listens, Wednesdays at 6 pm

We are thrilled to announce the continuation of Lowcountry Listens with five new performances! Beginning September 2, the free, virtual music series will air online Wednesdays at 6 pm for five more weeks. Learn more about the artist lineup below!

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Charleston Gaillard Center – An Evening with Brendan James

An Evening with Brendan James  A Live Stream and In-Person Event September 17, 2020  7:30 pm This live stream and in-person show will preview songs from Brendan James’s brand new album “Leap Taken.” Patrons can either attend socially distanced and … Continue reading

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