Welcome to the Spoleto Festival USA journal.
Delve deeper into the stories that make up the fabric of the Festival.
In part of the Spoleto Music in Time series, US premiere The Street, 14 Meditations on the Stations of the Cross, debuts in partnership with the Spoleto Festival USA Chorus. Here is what you should know: Backed by eight voices of the choir, solo harpist […]Read More
Composer and Bassit, Linda May Han Oh, riffs alongside her husband and pianist, Fabian Almazan, during this intimate six-concert series for Spoleto Festival US. Here is what you should know: Almazan’s compositions—which “borrow from jazz, modern classical, and echoes of [his] Cuban heritage” (Downbeat)—defy easy […]Read More
In this collective trio setting, percussionist and MacArthur Fellow Tyshawn Sorey shares the stage with pianist Aaron Diehl and bassist Matt Brewer and here is what you should know: Saturday night will be filled with ethereal yet temporal tones complimented by the backdrop of Cistern […]Read More
The Spoleto Festival USA Chorus Concert marks the inaugural performance for this choir and here is what you should know: Made up of more than 30 of the country’s most gifted choristers, this solo debut unites in the glorious, transformational power of song. Love, in […]Read More
Taking a step (or eight) beyond the headlines, Obie Award-winning Dael Orlandersmith portrays eight radically different characters in Until the Flood, a play derived from real conversations with Ferguson community members following the 2014 shooting of teenager Michael Brown. Here is what you should know: Orlandersmith […]Read More