CSO concert aims to appeal to young people
What better way to foster an appreciation and understanding of a musical instrument than to have it played by a world-class musician?
Talk about a twofer. The teacher-student pairing is but one of the noteworthy treats for which the audience is in store.
If you're one of the many people who say they don't like classical music, consider yourself warned.
The Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s Brass Quintet will be part of the “Romantic Strings and Brass” series of concerts at various venues.
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The sound from a more than 300 year old Stradivarius violin and the debut of a concerto written as a love letter for South Carolina will headline a history making show for the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Saturday night.
The 1686 ex-Nachez Stradivarius violin was almost certainly built entirely by Antonio Stradivari himself one year after the birth of J.S. Bach, when the violin maker was 46 and at the peak of his powers.
A Philadelphia couple has donated the use of their family’s Stradivarius violin to the Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s concertmaster Yuriy Bekker for the Feb. 11 Masterworks concert.
Post and Courier - The CSO has announced the establishment of its inaugural Share the Stage Contest in which South Carolina students will have the opportunity to perform on stage with their professional counterparts.
The Charleston Symphony Orchestra is back and stronger than ever.