Ebook your sweetheart an Ohm Radio Singing Valentine
It’s that romantic time of 12 months when you may ship your particular somebody an Ohm Radio Singing Valentine. Give the reward of reside music by delivering a track carried out by a neighborhood musician for $65. You may also play a tune to your crush on the radio for $25, select your individual track to be carried out reside for $80 or ship a video for $40. Go to Metropolis Paper Tickets for information.
Take pleasure in an interactive opera expertise this Valentine’s Day
Holy Metropolis Arts & Lyric Opera (HALO) presents the second act of its 2023 season, Operadventure: Lovers’ Version, on the Charleston Library Society at 6 p.m. Feb. 14. The viewers chooses the storyline, so the destiny of the characters are in your arms — will they be lovers or enemies? It’s as much as you. $25 tickets can be found by HALO.
Sounds of Soul lands at Charleston Pour Home
Charleston music schooling nonprofit Soul Energy Productions presents, “Sounds of Soul,” an evening of hip-hop at Pour Home at 8:30 p.m. Jan. 26 that includes unbiased artists Slim S.O.U.L., Anfernee and Tyrie Younger. Don’t miss a hip-hop pleased hour with native rapper Indi’Gxld and a DJ set by Mike L!ve. Earlier than the present, Moonkatdaddi and B.A.S.I.C. carry experimental hip-hop and R&B to the deck stage from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $10-$15 and accessible at The Pour Home.
Two possibilities for classical music from the School of Charleston
The School of Charleston music division bands along with the Charleston Symphony to carry a free live performance of recent works from the twentieth and twenty first centuries at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27 on the Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul downtown.
CofC’s thirty second season of its Worldwide Piano Sequence options American pianist John Milbauer performing works by Bach, Chopin and Bartók at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 on the Sottile Theatre downtown. Tickets are $30 and accessible on-line or on the door.
Hear rockabilly jams from Jared Petteys on the Tin Roof
Pull as much as the Tin Roof in West Ashley for an evening of authentic rockabilly and rockin’ rhythm and blues from Charleston acts Jared Petteys & the Headliners and Spanish Moss at 9 p.m. Jan. 26. Hear an array of tunes from swampy traditional rock, to blues, funk and progressive jazz. The Headliners unveil the brand new single “Black Espresso and Alcohol.” Black Moss will crank out its latest single, “Unholy Blues.” Tickets are $10 money on the door.
Band of Horses drummer shows paintings at Hed Hello studio
A set of woodcuts from drummer Creighton Barrett of famend S.C. rock group Band of Horses lands at Hed Hello Media’s studio on King Avenue. Don’t miss the reception 6-10 p.m. Jan. 27 that includes a reside set from native multi-instrumentalist Persona La Ave to have fun Creighton’s new set up of graphics impressed by sci-fi and skater/surfer tradition entitled Lowcountry For Previous Males.
Don’t miss a free jazz live performance on Mount Nice
Worldwide jazz pianist, accordionist and composer Ben Rosenblum will carry out in a trio at 7 p.m. Jan. 27 at Mount Nice Presbyterian Church. He’s joined by Juilliard alumnus Marty Jaffe on bass and rising star Ben Zweig on drums. The free present options songs such because the beloved jazz normal “I’ll Be Seeing You” and “Home windows” from the legendary jazz big Chick Corea. Go to Mount Nice Presbyterian Church for more information.
An orchestral ensemble pops up at Coastal Espresso Roasters
Members of Summerville Orchestra collect collectively once more for its Encore Sequence’ third installment, “Minimal Electronics,” that includes a string quartet, three percussionists and pianist Wojciech Milewsk. The free live performance is at 7 p.m. Jan. 28 at Coastal Espresso Roasters in Summerville. For extra info go to Summerville Orchestra.
A hybrid leisure expertise arrives at Lava Salon
Lava Salon in Park Circle presents an “after-hours” music and comedy occasion Jan. 28 that includes musician Jeff Johnson, native guitar legend John Holenko and pianist Tanner Dieppe. The trio is joined by Columbia vocalist Jennifer Willams Ross, Charleston humorous girl Amanda Beth and a particular look by up-and-coming artist LIVI!. The 7 p.m. present is BYOB, and the $25 tickets are bought on the door.
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