Good news! While we have cancelled our shows through November, we are planning to hold four Special Holiday Editions of The Sound of Charleston on December 4th, 23rd, 26th, and 30th at 7 pm at Second Presbyterian Church, 342 Meeting Street. Attendance will be limited, social distancing practiced, and masks will be REQUIRED per City of Charleston Ordinance.
Thorough sanitation practices will be followed. Rest assured that our shows have no choral singing. The vocal soloists and instrumentalists who perform during the individual sets of the program will be 12 feet from the audience. Please come and enjoy The Sound of Charleston!!
Come and experience the music that helps define Charleston’s 350 year history…..gospel, Gershwin, Civil War, jazz, and light classics….in live concerts at historic Second Presbyterian Church. Frommers Travel Guide says “the best night out in the city…a must see performance.”
For 350 years, Charleston’s musical heritage has been as diverse as the people who have lived here. Now celebrating our 10th season, come and hear that music at one of our unforgettable concerts.
- All ages (children must be accompanied by an adult) Ages All ages (children must be accompanied by an adult)
- 75 minutes Duration 75 minutes
- Show starts at 7:00pm, open seating at 6:30pm Time Show starts at 7:00pm, open seating at 6:30pm
Ten years ago, after reading visitor surveys and travel magazines say that history was a top reason people come to Charleston, we launched a new concert series we called The Sound of Charleston. 500 concerts later, visitors and locals are still flocking to Circular
Congregational Church to hear history coming to life through music performed by our finest professional musicians. Our shows entertain, educate, and evoke emotion through gospel spirituals, Civil War songs, Gershwin’s “Porgy & Bess” and “Rhapsody in Blue”, jazz and light classics of the St. Cecelia Society. “Amazing Grace”, composed by John Newton after worshipping in our venue, concludes every show.