Tag Archives: Robin Zemp

Faculty Vocal Virtuosos in Concert, March 13

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a concert featuring virtuoso singers. Professors from the College’s music department will perform a variety of works including arias by J.S. Bach, Erich Korngold, Robert Schumann and Victor Herbert, in addition to selections from Franz Schubert’s Schwanegesang. The performers will include sopranos […]

CofC Vocal Virtuosos in Concert, April 11

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a concert featuring virtuoso singers on April 11, 2016. Professors from the College’s music department will perform a variety of works that span the baroque, classical and romantic vocal repertoire: selections by George Bizet and Giacomo Puccini, selections from The Messiah by George Frideric […]

Oboe-Piano Concert Featuring Zachary Hammond

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a concert by Zachary Hammond (oboe) and Robin Zemp (piano). The concert will include Three Concert Études by Silvestrini (unaccompanied), Canzonetta for Oboe and Strings by Samuel Barber, Oboe Concerto (C minor) by Alessandro Marcello and Morceau de Salon by Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda. DETAILS:  The […]

CofC Vocal Virtuosos in Concert

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a concert featuring virtuoso singers on March 9. Professors from the College’s bustling music department will perform an array of works: Scotch Songs by Ludwig van Beethoven, “Soliloquoy” from Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Johannes Brahms Vier Duette, Op. 61, the hilarious Act II “Poison scene” from Cosi fan tutte by […]

Baritone David Templeton Opens 2nd Monday Series

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston, formerly known as the Monday Night Concert Series, opens its 2014-15 season of music with baritone David Templeton and pianist Robin Zemp. On Sept. 8, 2014, this talented faculty duo will present a powerful performance of Robert Schumann’s best-known song cycle, Dichterliebe, Maurice Ravel’s triptych Don Quichotte et Dulcinee, and Giuseppi […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Double the Music This Monday!

    Please join us on Monday, October 29 for a double-header of beautiful music. We have your whole night planned, leaving you enough time for a dinner break between two exciting concerts. In fact, Caviar & Bananas is offering 10% off your purchase, when you present a special Monday Night Coupon that you’ll receive when purchasing […]

2011-12 Monday Night Concert Series

The College of Charleston Monday Night Concert Series, started in 1985, averages 28 concerts per year. The one-hour programs will feature artists from the College’s music faculty and alumni, members of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, as well as performers from around the world. This season’s opening concert will kick off on Labor Day with Tacy […]