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Charleston Music Fest

Classical and contemporary chamber music performed by world-class artists

The Charleston Music Fest is a year-round presenter of chamber music of the highest possible artistic standard and adds to the colorful cultural life of Charleston. Our goal is to present the finest classical and contemporary chamber music by world-class artists to Charleston audiences; to develop new and younger audiences for chamber music; and to provide educational activities which encourage, broaden and deepen appreciation of the chamber music art form. 


2017-2018 Season

Time: Concerts start at 7:30 pm. 

Location: Recital Hall, Simons Center for the Arts, 54 St. Philip Street

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Mon | Nov. 6, 2017
Nazariy Pylatiuk, violin; Natalia Khoma, cello; Volydymyr Vynnytsky, piano
Born in 1987 in Ivano-Frankivsk, Nazariy Pylatiuk studied in Kyiv Mykola Lysenko Musical School under Bohodar Kotorovych and in Lviv Solomiya Krushelnytska Music School under Ihor Pylatiuk. In 2009 he graduated from the Lviv National Academy of Music where he studied under Ihor Pylatiuk. In that time he was awarded with the Golden Medal of the Academy of Arts of Ukraine. Pylatiuk was concertmaster at the Opole Philharmonic (Poland), making him the youngest concertmaster in history of Polish orchestras.
 
He will join faculty members Natalia Khoma and Volydymyr Vynnystky for this intimate chamber concert of works from the Classical and Romantic Periods.
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Mon | Feb. 12, 2018 hosted by 2nd Monday Series
Natalia Khoma, cello; Volodymyr Vynnytsky, piano
Graduates of the prestigious Moscow Conservatory, this faculty duo has impressed audiences locally and around the world. Both musicians are on the faculty at the College of Charleston and were recently made honorary professors at the Tchaikovsky National Music
Academy of Ukraine (Kiev Conservatory) have previously been named honorary professors at Lviv State Academy of Music and the Odessa State Music Academy. The program will include works from the Romantic Period.
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Thur | April 12, 2018
New York Virtuosi String Quartet
Filip Pogady, violin; Michelle Painter, violin; Peter Kiral, viola; Marta Bagratuni, cello
New York Virtuosi (NYV) was established in 2012 by violist Peter Kiral. After a short period of time, NYV began receiving its first invitations to play for local concert series. Performance highlights include an orchestra concert at Carnegie Hall this past December, as well as a performance during New York Fashion Week.
New York Virtuosi has also performed in South Carolina, including a collection of private events, the College of Charleston’s Monday Night Concert Series, and the “Music in Landrum” concert series.
 

Buy Tickets

Individual tickets are priced $25.00.

Tickets for the CMF Concert on Monday, February 8, 2016 are priced $15, as part of the 2nd Monday Series.

Season 2016-2017 tickets are priced $60.00 for all three concerts.

Student tickets are $15.00 and can only be purchased at the door. 

Buy your tickets online here.  

You may also purchase your tickets by emailing the CofC Concert office at concerts@cofc.edu.  

Or simply send us your check and a note with number of tickets and dates of events. Please see our mailing address below.

Pick up your tickets at the will call box the night of the event.  Tickets are non-refundable.

Contact Charleston Music Fest

Mailing address:

Charleston Music Fest
Department of Music
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424

Phone number:

843.953.6315

Support Charleston Music Fest

2016-2017 Supporters

Miriam DeAntonio, MD

Mary Q. and Ashley Johnson

Elizabeth Rivers Lewine

Drs. Julian and Alice Libet

Susan Malabre

Carolyn and Bill Matalene

Dean Valerie Morris and Mr. Boris Bohun-Chudyniv

Christine Papadea

Rev. Dr. William P. Rhett, Jr. 

John M. Rivers, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Strawbridge

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Talbot

Your gift to Charleston Music Fest is tax deductible and supports excellence in the arts and education as well as student educational opportunities.  There are many ways to give to Charleston Music Fest with benefits and privileges available to you in thanks for your generosity. Please contact us to find out more.

Ways to give:

Mail:  Send your Check made out to Charleston Music Fest to: CofC Concerts, Music Department, College of Charleston, 66 George St., Charleston, SC 29424

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