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What you should know

Cuba’s brightest contemporary dancers, Malpaso Dance Company is set to showcase the full breadth of their artistic excellence in the evening’s works and here is what you should know: Spanning exuberance, loss, and apocalyptic fears, four disparate yet vibrant selections reveal our bodies’ innate need […]

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Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway takes her bluegrass brassiness to the stars in the First Citizens Bank Front Row series on June 9. Here is what you should know: Her and her band of bluegrass virtuosos featuring mandolinist Dominick Leslie, banjoist Kyle Tuttle, fiddle player […]

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Québec City-based circus company, Machine de Cirque makes its Spoleto Festival USA debut with the US premiere of La Galerie, an ode to creativity. Here is what you should know: Seven acrobats and an electrifying musician visit a monochrome art gallery when suddenly, a creative […]

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For one night only, Spoleto Festival USA’s Orchestra and Chorus have joined forces with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus to bring to us Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and here is what you should know: Joined by tenor Eric Ferring alongside Omar’s very own mezzo-soprano Catherine Ann […]

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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 […]

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