The Sound of Charleston    
                            Charleston's longest running musical production



show is Wednesday, May 27th at 2

 "The best night out in the City is this must-see performance of         gospel,Gershwin, music of the Civil War, light classics, and jazz -- all the elements of Charleston's rich musical stew"
                                                                           Frommers Travel Guide

Five Piccolo Spoleto Matinee performances at 2 pm on
                      May 23, 27, 30; June 3 & 6.

Purchase Tickets    

Come experience the unique sounds that define Charleston's rich musical heritage...gospel, Gershwin, music of the Civil War, light classics, & jazz..., all presented by professional artists in a live, unforgettable 75-minute concert in historic Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting Street, in the heart of the Historic District. Holiday shows include festive songs of the period. The Sound of Charleston is a top ranked attraction in the City on Trip Advisor. Read reviews.   

Adults $28 Seniors (+62) & Military $26
Students $16 Children 12 & Under FREE

Tickets are available online, at any area Charleston Visitor Center, at Bulldog Tours in the Market, or by calling the box office at 800.838.3006. Many hotels now have a kiosk in the lobby where you can purchase tickets to the show. Tickets may also be purchased at the door beginning at 6:30 pm the evening of each concert. Show lasts 75 minutes with open seating. Circular Congregational Church is handicap accessible. Nearby parking in garages on Queen or Cumberland Streets.

For general information, group pricing, or if you are a tour operator interested in bringing a group to The Sound of Charleston, call Bill at 843.270.4903 or send me an email.

What People are Saying About The Sound of Charleston...

"The best thing we did in Charleston! Fun, informative and uplifting....  Thanks, Sound of Charleston!"

"I attended The Sound of Charleston performance at the Circular Congregational Church today and wanted to tell you how fantastic an experience it was.  It happened that there were over 100 middle-schoolers in attendance as well.  Bill Schlitt was not only the host, but he was the historian who tied it all together expertly.  I usually do not like anyone else pretending to know Charleston history, because they often mess it up, but he was right on."
"Singing along to Amazing Grace in the very church where the composer attended was very humbling and moving."

"A must see, do, and hear."


"An amazing concert."
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