Tag Archives: Yiorgos Vassilandonakis

Magnetic South Music: Bártôk, Higdon & Koumendakis

Magnetic South, a collaborative project between the College of Charleston Department of Music and the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO), will present its fall concert, Bártôk, Higdon & Koumendakis, conducted by CSO Music Director Ken Lam. Bártôk’s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion, an iconic early 20th century repertoire staple, will be performed by guest pianists Beata Moon and Matthieu Cognet, […]

Collaborative Music Series to Present Concert of 21st Century Composers

Magnetic South, a collaborative project between the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and the College of Charleston Department of Music, will present its second contemporary classical music concert to Charleston audiences during the 2016-2017 season. The spring concert, “Ambiguous Symmetries,” is an evening of music from 21st century composers and includes Festino Notturno by Mario Davidovsky, As We Do, an […]

Magnetic South: The Finnish Line

Magnetic South, a collaborative project between the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and the College of Charleston Department of Music, continues to present contemporary classical music to Charleston audiences during the 2016-2017 season. The fall concert, “The Finnish Line,” is an evening of music from Finnish composers. College of Charleston faculty member Yiorgos Vassilandonakis and CSO […]

CofC Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s New World Symphony

The College of Charleston Orchestra will perform its annual spring concert on Monday, April 6, 2015 at the Sottile Theatre, 44 George St., at 7:30 p.m. Yuriy Bekker will conduct the Orchestra, featuring renowned cellist Natalia Khoma playing the first movement of Antonín Dvořák’s beloved cello concerto. The program will also feature music by student composers Christine […]

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 […]

CHARLIE Mag Honors Members of School of the Arts

CHARLIE magazine, which celebrates progressive culture in Charleston, will honor its selection of 50 Most Progressive people in Charleston tonight. Included in those 50 are several of the College of Charleston School of the Arts’ faculty, staff, alumni and supporters including… John Zeigler, a staunch supporter of the School of the Arts, is described by […]

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 […]

Concert of Schoenberg’s Halloweenish Melodrama “Pierrot Lunaire”

The College of Charleston’s Department of Music will host a performance of the contemporary classical composition “Pierrot Lunaire” by Arnold Schoenberg. The event will take place from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, in the Recital Hall of the Simons Center for the Arts, 54 St. Philip St. Admission is $10 at the door and free for […]

Live Coding Presentation and Performance

Live Coding is music performance practice that involves creating the sonic and/or symbolic aspects of music through computer programming. These elements are coded as part of the performance. Therefore, an important aspect of developing live coding practice is the search for efficient and expressive musical processes and their computational representation. This event will outline ongoing […]