Charleston Symphony Orchestra and the CofC Dept. of Music present their spring concert "Ambiguous Symmetries"

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Magnetic South, a collaborative project between the CSO and the College of Charleston Dept. of Music, brings contemporary, classical sounds to Lowcountry audiences. Their spring concert, "Ambiguous Symmetries," takes place Fri. April 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul. The performance will highlight such contemporary works as Festino Notturno by Mario Davidovsky, As We Do, an Etude for Mixed Ensemble by Kurt Rohde, and Deep Water by John Allemeier. There will also be a performance of Sift by Connor Elias Way, the winning piece from CofC's Music Dept.'s Call for Scores.

CofC faculty member Yiorgos Vassilandonakis and CSO Music Director Ken Lam will conduct the CSO with Yuriy Bekker serving as concertmaster. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for students. Purchase tickets here or by calling (843) 723-7528, ext. 110.


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