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  • It’s Spoleto eve…

    It’s Spoleto eve, like Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year in Charleston. For 17 days, the World’s Best City (thank you Conde Nast Traveler), hosts art lovers from across the globe to sip, savor, discover Charleston’s secrets, and revel in world class performances. […]

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  • Top 10 Reasons to Attend Spoleto Festival USA This Season

    Brochures have been mailed, the website has been launched, and tickets to the 2014 season of Spoleto Festival USA are officially ON SALE! With so many fantastic performances, knowing where to start can be tricky. Our suggestion? Just go for it! And just in case […]

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  • OPERA GLOSSARY

    Begun by a composer—Gian Carlo Menotti—whose operas are performed across the globe, Spoleto Festival USA is well known for its opera programming, which consists of new productions created and built in Charleston—a rarity in the world of opera productions. All three 2014 Spoleto Festival USA […]

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  • News Bulletin #1

    Paradise Interrupted designer and director Jennifer Wen Ma will not only make a garden grow on stage in May with the world premiere of the new opera, she has brought creative life to the center of downtown Pittsburgh this month as part of the city’s […]

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  • News Bulletin #2

    AWARDS & ACCOLADES FOR 2015 ARTISTS: Tenor Joseph Dennis, who will sing in the world premiere of Paradise Interrupted at this year’s Festival, has been named one of five winners of the 2015 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. The event has helped to propel the […]

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  • Quick Facts | Shen Wei Dance Arts

    Welcome to the sixth installment of the 2015 Quick Fact blog series. These posts aim to give you a bite-size overview of performances you’ll find at the Festival this season. Each post in the series includes who, what, when, where, and why. We’ll even throw in some […]

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  • 2015 SFUSA Dance Program

    Today, April 29, 2015, is International Dance Day! To celebrate, we’ve highlighted the amazing dance programs/companies coming to the 2015 season of Spoleto Festival USA. TRISHA BROWN DANCE COMPANY Trisha Brown Dance Company has been at the forefront of postmodern dance for the past 45 years. This […]

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  • 40 for Friday | GRAMMY Winners

    Throughout the last 40 seasons of Spoleto Festival USA (2016 included), thousands of accomplished singers, songwriters, and musicians from across the globe have graced Festival stages with captivating performances. Many of these artists are recipients of prestigious awards, such as the MacArthur Foundation “genius grant,” the National Endowment for the Arts […]

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  • 40 for Friday | Artists’ Home Countries

    For Spoleto Festival USA’s last 40 seasons, accomplished artists from across the globe have come together to make this 17-day Festival a diverse and exciting affair. From Argentina to Wales, here are 40 countries that past and present performers call home: Argentina Australia Austria Brazil Cambodia Canada China Cuba Czechoslovakia […]

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  • 40 for Friday | Memories from behind the scenes

    Have you ever wondered what happens before the curtain rises or after it falls? Or have you ever wanted to know what visiting artists do when they aren’t performing on stage in front of Festival audiences? These moments—let’s categorize them all as behind-the-scenes—are part of […]

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  • Getting to Know Brandi Carlile

    Brandi Carlile—the risk-taking, try-it-all, rock-and-roll, Americana, singer-songwriter, and guitarist—will take the stage with her full band at College of Charleston TD Arena on Memorial Day (Monday, May 30 at 8:30pm) during the Festival’s 40th season. Here are some facts you may or may not know about […]

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  • Festival Friday Radio | Charles Lloyd Quartet

    Festival Friday Radio is a new weekly blog series in which we will share playlists for your listening pleasure.  While you wait for the 2017 Festival to begin, tune in every Friday to hear these hand selected lists that will include top 10 songs by 2017 Spoleto Festival USA musicians, […]

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  • Two Theaters, United by Purpose—and Fire

    As we anticipate the coming of Shakespeare’s Globe to the 43rd season of Spoleto Festival USA, we began reflecting on the similarities between Charleston and London. While our Southern city—though steeped in history—may not seemingly measure up to that of London, both locales do have a […]

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  • Getting Ready for Spoleto 2019: Recommended Reading

    What better way to do a deep dive into Spoleto’s 2019 season than by reading some of the original works that inspired the shows or biographies about the artists themselves? We’ve compiled a short list to bring to your local library—or you can follow our […]

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  • Performer Profile: Salome’s Melanie Henley Heyn

    You may not know her name yet, but Melanie Henley Heyn is a star in the making—and singing the title role in this season’s all-new production of Richard Strauss’s Salome. Born in a small town in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Henley Heyn studied at Manhattan School of Music Manhattan […]

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  • Where to Enjoy the 2019 #SpoletoSips

    Looking for a pre-show beverage or an after-show refresher? Spoleto Festival USA has partnered with 23 Charleston restaurants to create Spoleto-inspired cocktails that will appear on menus through June 9. Stop by any of these hot-spots to get an elevated Spoleto experience with these cleverly […]

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  • Spoleto Staffers Pick their Week 2 Best Bets

    Seven days remain in the 43rd Spoleto Festival USA, but there’s still a full week jam-packed with performances in opera, theater, physical theater, dance, music, and jazz. And while Festival staffers are hard at work behind the scenes, we’re also just as eager as you […]

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  • “What I’m Watching” with Marc Antolin

    During what would have been Spoleto Festival USA’s 44th season, we’ve spoken with several artists who were slated to arrive in Charleston about their weeks in quarantine. How do they stay motivated to practice? What’s in their ovens? How do the folks who inspire us […]

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