Tag Archives: Lee Chin Siow

Lee-Chin Siow and Jonathan Brilliant Recieve Fellowships

Congratulations to Music Professor Lee-Chin Siow and Studio Art alumnus Jonathan Brilliant on receiving fellowships from the South Carolina Arts Commission!  The Arts Commission Board of Commissioners has approved the Fiscal 2012 Individual Artist Fellowship Award recipients. This year, they are presenting awards totaling $20,000 to four South Carolina artists—in the categories of visual arts, […]

Charleston Music Fest Offers Two Concerts

Double your pleasure with two nights of world-class chamber music presented by the College of Charleston series Charleston Music Fest, on March 3 and 4.  Hosted by music department professors, Lee-Chin Siow and Natalia Khoma, the series is in its fifth season. Both concerts will take place at 8 p.m. in the Recital Hall of […]

Music Faculty Gala Tonight

As part of the School of the Arts’ 20th anniversary celebration, the  Department of Music will present a Faculty Gala, on Monday, November 8.  Various works will be performed by Natalia Khoma, Lee Chin Siow, Deanna McBroom, David Templeton, Enrique Graf, Robert Taylor, Robert Lewis, Frank Duvall, Robin Zemp, Blake Stevens, Marc Regnier and Steve […]

ExCEL Awards for outstanding SOTA individuals

The School of the Arts congratulates the following SOTA individuals for receiving 2010 Excellence in Collegiate Education and Leadership (ExCEL) Awards: Amy Tan, music student (Outstanding Student) Lee-Chin Siow, department of music (Outstanding Faculty) Mark Sloan, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art (Theodore S. Stern Presidential Legacy Visionary Award) The 2010 ExCEL Awards honored more than […]

Tugging at Your HeartStrings

Make a Date With Charleston Music Fest on Valentine’s Day to Enjoy a Special HeartStrings Concert HeartStrings on February 14, will kick off the fourth season of the College of Charleston’s School of the Arts chamber music series, Charleston Music Fest. HeartStrings is a special concert in support of scholarships for the college’s string students. […]