Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Piccolo Spoleto Festival Spotlight Concert Series!

 
Piccolo Spoleto Festival 
Spotlight Concert Series!
 May 27 at 6pm  
   Chamber Music Charleston
  
Chamber Music Charleston presents two great masterworks from the chamber music repertoire coming to life under the skilled hands of Chamber Music Charleston's core musicians: Mozart's Quintet No.4 in c minor and the ravishinly beautiful Borofin Quartet #2 in D MajorFrances Hsieh and Jenny Weiss, violins, Bess Weiss and Nonao Okada, violas; and Timothy O'Malley, cello.
  
Venue: St. Johannes Lutheran Church
Address: 48 Hasell St.
Admission: $16 Adults, $11 students & seniors
 
  
  May 28 at 6pm     
   The In-Between: From Classical to Jazz

This show features classical soprano Jill Terhaar Lewis with jazz musicians Robert Lewis, saxophone; Gerald Gregory, piano; Ron Wiltrout, percussion, and cellist Norbert Lewandowski, as they explore repertoire that resides in and in-between the classical and jazz genres with premieres of new compositions from the ensembles along with works by Previn, Mehldau, Rorem and Debussy.
  
Venue: Trinity United Methodist Church
Address: 273 Meeting St.
Admission: $16 Adults, $11 students & seniors
 
 
  May 29 at 6pm      
   A Notre Grande Joei: "Much to Our Delight"

This show features Charleston singers Margaret Kelly Cook, soprano, and Jennifer Luiken, mezzo-soprano, along with pianist Wayne Hemly. The group presents a recital featuring works by Poulenc, Debussy, Mompou, Faure, Saint-Saens, Chausson, Massenet, and Offenbach, among others.
  
Venue: City Gallery at Waterfront Park
Address: 34 Prioleau St.
Admission: $16 Adults, $11 students & seniors
 
 
  May 30 at 6pm       
   From Africa to the Americas

This is an outstanding ensemble of eight musicians presenting a concert "Music for Tanzania" centered around music that began in Africa as Swahili songs and migrated through the Atlantic, picking up South American and Afro-Cuban influences and settling in the United States, where it evolved into our beloved spirituals. Program includes works by Paquinto D'Rivera, Piazolla, and William Grant Still and ends with a set of spirituals arranged for piano and wind trio.
  
Venue: Mt. Zion AME Church
Address: 5 Glebe St.
Admission: $16 Adults, $11 students & seniors
 
 


   
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