Brahms’ choral work brings musical groups together By Adam Parker firstname.lastname@example.org The Post and Courier – Sunday, April 24, 2011 The spirit of David Stahl was invoked repeatedly during the week of April 11 as Robert Taylor prepared the Charleston Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, College of Charleston Concert Choir and
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It was a night to remember, and the Charleston Symphony Chorus wants to be sure it continues to be. As director Rob Taylor said, “The choral forces on stage for this Tribute to David were unprecedented.” Indeed it was a “Taylor-made” combined chorus, featuring the Charleston Symphony Chorus, the College
Frank Stahl, father of Maestro David Stahl, passed away on Sunday, April 17th – the morning after our Tribute concert to his charismatic son.
Monday, April 18, 2011 by William Furtwangler SATURDAY NIGHT at Memminger Auditorium, the Charleston Symphony Chorus presented a beautiful and meaningful performance of Brahms’ “German Requiem” in tribute to the late David Stahl, its former music director and conductor. Dr. Robert Taylor expertly and lovingly conducted the orchestra and a
Wow. Our first dress rehearsal with the CSO for the Brahms. This concert is truly going to be something special. The Memminger is a perfectly intimate hall for this Tribute concert, and for the Brahms German Requiem. The acoustics are superb. Rob is relishing the notion to conduct such a great