Tag Archives: Monday Night Concert Series

Introducing…CofC Concerts

The Department of Music is pleased to begin its 2014-15 concert season with exciting improvements, including a new start time of 7:30 p.m. for most performances. In addition, the Department has established a new entity, CofC Concerts, which coordinates its professional series and student ensembles from a central office and website. Now, at one place, patrons […]

Performance by Acclaimed College of Charleston Concert Choir

The nationally recognized College of Charleston Concert Choir will present a performance on Monday, April 21 as part of the College of Charleston School of the Arts’ Monday Night Concert Series. The event will take place at 8:00 p.m. in the Grace Episcopal Church Sanctuary, 98 Wentworth St. This concert will feature a performance of the 20th […]

In Concert with Ayala Asherov

On Monday, Feb. 3, the Monday Night Concert Series will feature a performance by ASCAP Award winning composer and singer/songwriter, Ayala Asherov. The program will include her own works. The concert will take place at 8 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Simons Center for the Arts, 54 Saint Philip Street. Admission is $10 cash or check at the […]

Soprano Anna Steenerson Takes Stage

On Monday, Nov. 4, the Monday Night Concert Series will feature a performance by College of Charleston faculty member and Soprano Anna Steenerson, who recently directed the College of Charleston Opera’s production of American Gothic. Joining her will be Robin Zemp on piano, Kelly McElrath Vaneman on oboe, Christopher Vaneman on flute, and bass-baritone David […]

Jesselson/Fugo Cello-Piano Duo to Perform

On Monday, Oct. 28, the Monday Night Concert Series will feature a performance by cellist Robert Jesselson and pianist Charles Fugo. Since their formation in 1981, the Jesselson/Fugo Duo has been delighting audiences in the South with their impeccable ensemble playing and the rich literature for cello and piano. With performances at music festivals (Piccolo […]

Violin Concert by Accomplished Alumnus

On Monday, Oct. 21, you will be treated to a concert by alumnus and accomplished violinist, Geronimo Oyenard, accompanied by pianist Melia Garber. The program will include W.A. Mozart’s Sonata in A Major, K. 305, Johannes Brahms’ Sonata no. 3 in d minor, Op. 108, Arthur Foote’s Romanza in E Major, Op. 8 no. 3 and Joaquín Turina’s “El poema de […]

Violinist/CSO Member Micah Gangwer to Perform

On Monday, Oct. 7, violinist extraordinaire and Assistant Concertmaster of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Micah Gangwer, will perform with accomplished pianist and music faculty member, Robin Zemp. The program will include W.A. Mozart’s Sonata for Piano and Violin in e minor, KV 304, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Ballade in c minor, Op. 73 and William Grant Still’s Suite for Violin and […]

Classical Guitar Takes the Stage

On Monday, Sept. 30, you will be treated to a classical guitar concert by recent graduates of the College’s Artist Certificate program Ulyana Machneva and Gregory Guay. Both artists studied under the tutelage of Professor Marc Regnier. The program will include works by Joaquin Rodrigo, Nikita Koshkin, Johann Kaspar Mertz, Sergei Rudnev, Francisco Tárrega and […]

Cellist Damian Kremer and Friends to Perform

On Monday, September 23, cellist Damian Kremer and friends will present music for tenor, piano and cello. Mr. Kremer has served as principal cellist of several orchestras, including the Chautauqua Music Festival Orchestra and the Lansing Symphony, and for three years played with the New World Symphony Orchestra. He is a musician with the Charleston Symphony […]

Soprano, Fresh From Brünnhilde Role in Seattle Opera’s ‘Ring Cycle,’ to Perform for Remington Master Artists Series

“Lori Phillips, … in the role of Brünnhilde, was in excellent voice, pouring out high notes of thrilling quality and exhibiting a graceful ease throughout her middle register…” – Melinda Bargreen, Special to The Seattle Times, 8/10/13  As part of the College of Charleston School of the Arts’ Remington Master Artists Series and the Monday Night Concert Series, soprano […]