“Glee” may have aired its final episode this year, but there’s hope for the show’s fans that have since fallen in love with the art of a capella groups. This weekend, the Charlestones, a local men’s vocal quartet will make its Piccolo Spoleto debut with an a capella performance at the St. John’s Lutheran Church. The group that makes appearances around town at events such as Second Sunday on King Street often performs all-vocal arrangements of traditional spirituals, pop classics by artists such as Jason Mraz and The Beatles, and a variety of other songs from popular films and Broadway musicals. Bottom line: although Charleston has no shortage of talented singers and musicians, it’s not every day that we get to experience the magic of a four-part harmonized concert in a venue with crystal-clear acoustics.
When: 3 p.m. Sunday
Where: 5 Clifford St.
More info: www.piccolospoleto.com