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The future of classical music:

1/12/2014

CSO concert aims to appeal to young people

Sean Newhouse and CSO thrill at Sottile

1/11/2014

A truly fantastic Symphonie Fantastique – and a sweet substitute

Students meet the masters

5/15/2013

What better way to foster an appreciation and understanding of a musical instrument than to have it played by a world-class musician?

Review: Ambitious CSO Presents Heartfelt Verdi Requiem

4/14/2013

When Giuseppe Verdi wrote his requiem he was something of an institution in Italy: the premier opera composer of his age and a strong advocate of national pride and culture.

CSO presents massive Messa da Requiem in the Sottile

4/11/2013

In celebration of composer Giuseppe Verdi’s 200th birthday, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra is presenting two special performances of the Messa da Requiem on April 12 and 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Sottile Theatre. The concerts will feature the orchestra, a double choir, four guest soloists, and world-renowned guest conductor Maximiano Valdés.

Review: CSO chamber concert mixes classics with new music

3/27/2013

Sitting in the Dock Street Theatre, a friend turned to me and asked if I'd ever fantasized about traveling back in time with music from the modern era tucked under my arm and playing it for one of the old masters.

Q&A with composer Florencia Di Concilio

3/24/2013

Adam Parker interviews composer Florencia Di Concilio. The US Premiere of her work will be during the Postcards from Abroad concert on March 28 at Dock Street Theatre.

Review: Magnetic South's new music program a lively, accessible success

3/23/2013

It can be fun to listen to a cover band, but nothing can match the experience of being in the presence of the music's originators.

Collaborative ‘Magnetic South’ series a showcase for new music

3/17/2013

Playing new music can be risky. If it’s never been recorded, if the player has no opportunity to hear it in advance, if it’s written in a challenging style, if the melodies and harmonies are unfamiliar, then there’s a degree of uncertainty involved.

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