Tag Archives: Edward Hart

Magnetic South: Contemporary Classical Works

On Friday, March 27, 2015 the Magnetic South series, which commissions and presents new works along with contemporary masterworks, will present the program, Coast to Coast. Co-founded by Edward Hart, Yiorgos Vassilandonakis and Yuriy Bekker, Magnetic South is a collaborative project between the College of Charleston Department of Music and the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. Under […]

Contemporary Classical Music With a Carolina Connection

***UPDATED NEWS: Contemporary music with ties to South Carolina has received support from the South Carolina Arts Commission (SCAC) through the One-Time Grant Awards program. “The Carolina Connection II,” the second and final event of this season’s Magnetic South concert series, is the recipient of the award, which will help offset visiting composers’ expenses and the purchase […]

International Piano Series Presents Konstantinos Papadakis

  Piano virtuoso Konstantinos Papadakis of Greece, is hosted by the College of Charleston International Piano Series (IPS) for a performance on Tuesday, March 18, 2014. He will perform sonatas by Chopin and Scarlatti, excerpts from “Petrushka” by Stravinsky and will premiere Edward Hart’s “Blue Impromptu” a virtuosic “spur of the moment” piece inspired by Chopin and […]

Spoleto Sneak Preview 2013

The College of Charleston Friends of the School of the Arts will host a sneak preview of the Spoleto Festival USA and the Piccolo Spoleto Festival. This hour-long event will be presented by music professors Edward Hart and Robert Taylor, theatre professor Todd McNerney, and director of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art Mark Sloan. […]

Sixth Annual Spoleto Sneak Preview

The College of Charleston Friends of the School of the Arts and Friends of the Library will present a sneak preview of the Spoleto Festivual USA and the Piccolo Spoleto Festival. This hour-long event will be presented by music professors Edward Hart and Robert Taylor, theatre professor Todd McNerney, and director of the Halsey Institute […]

April 3: New Music Today & On the Edge

New Music Today: from wet ink to the concert stage.  Tuesday, April 3 • 12:15-1:45, Recital Hall, Simons Center for the Arts • Free A panel discussion on contemporary music, with the New York New Music Ensemble, moderated by Yiorgos Vassilandonakis and Edward Hart _________________________________________________________________________________ ON THE EDGE with JEAN KOPPERUD — A COURSE TO […]

Bookends: Chamber Symphony Then & Now

Magnetic South – an innovative partnership between the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and the Composition area of the College of Charleston (CofC) Music Department – presents Bookends: Chamber Symphony Then & Now. The second concert in the series this season takes place on Friday, March 30, 2012 at 8:00pm at the Simons Center Recital Hall, […]

Magnetic South: Contemporary Music in the Lowcountry

Magnetic South is an innovative partnership between the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and the Composition area of the College of Charleston Music Department. It combines the resources of the two institutions to present contemporary classical music in Charleston in an informative context. The series launches on Friday, Jan. 20, 2012 with a concert titled Dances […]

Spoleto Sneak Preview 2011

The College of Charleston Friends of the Library and Friends of the School of the Arts will present a sneak preview of the Spoleto USA and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals. This hour-long event will be presented by music professors Edward Hart and Robert Taylor, theatre professor Todd McNerney, and director of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary […]

Spoleto Sneak Preview

The College of Charleston Friends of the Library and Friends of the School of the Arts will present a sneak preview of the Spoleto USA and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals. This annual, hour-long event will be presented by music professors Edward Hart and Robert Taylor, theatre professor Todd McNerney, artist-in-residence (in dance) Robert Ivey, and director […]