The Charleston Gaillard Center will bring back its pandemic-era livestream concert series in August, but with a post-vaccine twist.
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How do you measure 35-plus years of artistic vision? The breadth and depth of Nigel Redden's legacy, and its role in elevating both artists and Charleston, bears out in countless stories. Here are a few.
You can take some kids out to the ballgame. You can swing by a fabulous downtown Charleston home. You can even, surprisingly, swing to the likes of Beethoven.
Good, Good, Good "Good Vibrations" are in store.
After last year's pandemic-constrained if valiant season, plans are on for big sounds, bigger houses and grand ambitions. The overarching mission is to continue to be an orchestra accessible to the entire community.
The coming weeks have much in store for arts enthusiasts, as live, in-person performance fills the city.
Acclaimed pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet returns to Charleston for two performances at the Charleston Gaillard Center.
Charleston Symphony, which in the past years has pulled itself out of financial peril, plans to ensure its future and offset pandemic losses with several key changes.