Saturday at the Sottile Theatre, then, was something of a minor miracle, a musical restoration completed, a clear indication that the symphony provides Charleston with something essential and fundamental: an expression of itself.
Reviews and Insights
Special to The Post and Courier, October 13, 2012 By Leah Harrison With opera composer Verdi’s three fateful knocks, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra opened the 2012-2013 season Friday with a theme of destiny and the heavens. Though it may seem a bold move to invite fate into a new hall
The Post & Courier – June 6, 2012 By Bill Gudger The first of two concerts by the Spoleto Festival USA forces bids farewell to the Gaillard Auditorium before its renovation. Tuesday night was the choral/orchestral concert. Under the baton of Joseph Flummerfelt, the choral conductor for the festival since
Post and Courier, The (Charleston, SC) April 27, 2012 BY ADAM PARKER firstname.lastname@example.org The sheer numbers were impressive. It’s not often you get to see the Gaillard stage filled edge to edge and feel the wide-open hall vibrate with such a big sound. Leave it to Gustav Mahler to write
By Lily Betjeman Special to The Post and Courier Tuesday, June 7, 2011 Earning standing ovations for two of the three pieces performed, the Choral/Orchestral Concert for the Spoleto Festival USA offered expressive and at times sublime interpretations of work by Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner and Leonard Bernstein. Both the