Thursday, May 23

  • 8:00pm (preview) theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets

Friday, May 24

  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Roots

    With its signature fusion of handcrafted animation, storytelling, and original score, English theater company 1927 offers a series of rarely told folktales that glimpse imaginations from a pre-industrialized age.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm opera

    Salome

    Best known for the “Dance of the Seven Veils,” Salome depicts the biblical story of Herod’s lovesick stepdaughter and John the Baptist’s ill fate in this contemporary production featuring Oscar Wilde’s rich text.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Twelfth Night

    A combination of cruelty, high comedy, and the pangs of unrequited love.

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm jazz

    Esperanza Spalding

    This bassist and vocalist makes her Festival debut, bringing her restless innovation in jazz, pop, and beyond to the beautiful Cistern Yard.

    Buy tickets

Saturday, May 25

  • 9:00am special

    Behind the Garden Gate

    Sixteen of the Holy City’s most charming private gardens--eight each weekend--are available for exploration for ticket holders.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am special

    Master Classes

    Attend special classes held by company members from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, Caracalla Dance Theatre, and Compagnie Hervé Koubi.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Roots

    With its signature fusion of handcrafted animation, storytelling, and original score, English theater company 1927 offers a series of rarely told folktales that glimpse imaginations from a pre-industrialized age.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2019 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Music in Time | The Living Earth Show

    This electric guitar-percussion duo from San Francisco returns to the Festival to perform works exploring what it means to be considered American.

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  • 7:00pm dance

    Compagnie Hervé Koubi

    Thirteen male dancers from Africa and Europe blend street forms, like capoeira, breakdancing, and martial arts, with that of modern contemporary dance to create powerful sequences punctuated with explosive feats.

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  • 7:00pm jazz

    David Virelles

    Blending Afro-Cuban folkloric traditions with modern American jazz, pianist David Virelles creates a sound that’s at once ancient and contemporary; for the latter three performances, Virelles is joined by master percussionist Román Díaz.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm music

    Music in Time | The Living Earth Show

    This electric guitar-percussion duo from San Francisco returns to the Festival to perform works exploring what it means to be considered American.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:30pm special

    Opening-Night Fête

    Toast Compagnie Hervé Koubi and the beginning of the 2019 season at the party of the season with refreshing cocktails, sumptuous buffet supper, dancing, and live music.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    Roots

    With its signature fusion of handcrafted animation, storytelling, and original score, English theater company 1927 offers a series of rarely told folktales that glimpse imaginations from a pre-industrialized age.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm jazz

    Esperanza Spalding

    This bassist and vocalist makes her Festival debut, bringing her restless innovation in jazz, pop, and beyond to the beautiful Cistern Yard.

    Buy tickets

Sunday, May 26

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm dance

    Compagnie Hervé Koubi

    Thirteen male dancers from Africa and Europe blend street forms, like capoeira, breakdancing, and martial arts, with that of modern contemporary dance to create powerful sequences punctuated with explosive feats.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm music

    Music in Time | Rebellion in Greenery

    Disparate sonic landscapes from quiet gardens to noisy cities are brought together in this concert of new and recent music from a compelling array of composers.

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  • 5:00pm jazz

    David Virelles

    Blending Afro-Cuban folkloric traditions with modern American jazz, pianist David Virelles creates a sound that’s at once ancient and contemporary; for the latter three performances, Virelles is joined by master percussionist Román Díaz.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm theater

    Roots

    With its signature fusion of handcrafted animation, storytelling, and original score, English theater company 1927 offers a series of rarely told folktales that glimpse imaginations from a pre-industrialized age.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm music

    City Symphonies

    Three films capture the aura of American cities—New York, Los Angeles, and Miami—are shown with live soundtrack by the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra to celebrate the energy, chaos, and beauty of urban life.

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  • 7:00pm jazz

    David Virelles

    Blending Afro-Cuban folkloric traditions with modern American jazz, pianist David Virelles creates a sound that’s at once ancient and contemporary; for the latter three performances, Virelles is joined by master percussionist Román Díaz.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | The Comedy of Errors

    A hectic tale of violent cross-purposes and frenzied slapstick.

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm first citizens bank front row

    Punch Brothers

    At home in nearly any musical genre, this enthusiastic and experimental quintet takes bluegrass to its next evolutionary stage.

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Monday, May 27

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am special

    Master Classes

    Attend special classes held by company members from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, Caracalla Dance Theatre, and Compagnie Hervé Koubi.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Roots

    With its signature fusion of handcrafted animation, storytelling, and original score, English theater company 1927 offers a series of rarely told folktales that glimpse imaginations from a pre-industrialized age.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Pericles

    This little-seen romance submits its hero to a series of tragedies that culminate in something quite the opposite.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2019 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm jazz

    David Virelles

    Blending Afro-Cuban folkloric traditions with modern American jazz, pianist David Virelles creates a sound that’s at once ancient and contemporary; for the latter three performances, Virelles is joined by master percussionist Román Díaz.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    David Virelles

    Blending Afro-Cuban folkloric traditions with modern American jazz, pianist David Virelles creates a sound that’s at once ancient and contemporary; for the latter three performances, Virelles is joined by master percussionist Román Díaz.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Path of Miracles

    This ethereal work, sung a cappella by the Westminster Choir, traces the inspiration, the travails, and finally the rewards of the Camino de Santiago—a spiritual pathway across northern Spain.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets

Tuesday, May 28

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm jazz

    David Virelles

    Blending Afro-Cuban folkloric traditions with modern American jazz, pianist David Virelles creates a sound that’s at once ancient and contemporary; for the latter three performances, Virelles is joined by master percussionist Román Díaz.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm talks

    Jazz Talks

    Music critic Larry Blumenfeld discusses context and inspiration with Grammy-winning drummer Terri Lyne Carrington (Geri Allen Tribute Quintet) and pianist David Virelles. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Roots

    With its signature fusion of handcrafted animation, storytelling, and original score, English theater company 1927 offers a series of rarely told folktales that glimpse imaginations from a pre-industrialized age.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm dance

    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

    This trilogy weaves together movement, text, song, and storytelling to create an intriguing rumination on the nature of service, duty, and the idea of a life well-lived.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm music

    Classical Showcase

    Members of the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra take to the Dock Street stage to perform repertoire from the classical and neo-classical periods.

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Wednesday, May 29

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Dafnis Prieto Big Band

    With this 17-piece band—complete with saxophones, trumpets, congas, and more—Grammy nominee and MacArthur Fellow Dafnis Prieto brings some of the world’s best Afro-Cuban musicians to Charleston.

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  • 7:00pm theater

    Pay No Attention to the Girl

    Interweaving stories about the sexes―their conflicts, their love, their tricks―this theater piece unearths timely truths from ancient Islamic tales we thought we knew.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm dance

    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

    This trilogy weaves together movement, text, song, and storytelling to create an intriguing rumination on the nature of service, duty, and the idea of a life well-lived.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | The Comedy of Errors

    A hectic tale of violent cross-purposes and frenzied slapstick.

    Buy tickets

Thursday, May 30

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm talks

    Jazz Talks

    Music critic Larry Blumenfeld discusses context and inspiration with Grammy-winning drummer Terri Lyne Carrington (Geri Allen Tribute Quintet) and pianist David Virelles. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Pay No Attention to the Girl

    Interweaving stories about the sexes―their conflicts, their love, their tricks―this theater piece unearths timely truths from ancient Islamic tales we thought we knew.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30m dance

    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

    This trilogy weaves together movement, text, song, and storytelling to create an intriguing rumination on the nature of service, duty, and the idea of a life well-lived.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm opera

    Salome

    Best known for the “Dance of the Seven Veils,” Salome depicts the biblical story of Herod’s lovesick stepdaughter and John the Baptist’s ill fate in this contemporary production featuring Oscar Wilde’s rich text.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Letter to a Friend in Gaza

    In the world premiere of filmmaker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors—two Palestinian and two Israeli—address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm jazz

    Geri Allen Tribute Quintet

    A star-studded collective of four musicians and a tap dancer pay tribute to pianist Geri Allen’s indelible legacy.

    Buy tickets

Friday, May 31

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2019 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm theater

    Pay No Attention to the Girl

    Interweaving stories about the sexes―their conflicts, their love, their tricks―this theater piece unearths timely truths from ancient Islamic tales we thought we knew.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Letter to a Friend in Gaza

    In the world premiere of filmmaker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors—two Palestinian and two Israeli—address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm music

    Music in Time | Stay On It

    The energy and endurance of minimalism is showcased in this program featuring work by Julius Eastman and Steve Reich.

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  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Path of Miracles

    This ethereal work, sung a cappella by the Westminster Choir, traces the inspiration, the travails, and finally the rewards of the Camino de Santiago—a spiritual pathway across northern Spain.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Twelfth Night

    A combination of cruelty, high comedy, and the pangs of unrequited love.

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm theater

    Pay No Attention to the Girl

    Interweaving stories about the sexes―their conflicts, their love, their tricks―this theater piece unearths timely truths from ancient Islamic tales we thought we knew.

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm jazz

    Carla Bley – Trios

    Prolific pianist and composer Carla Bley performs beloved works and new compositions with bassist Steve Swallow and saxophonist Andy Sheppard.

    Buy tickets

Saturday, June 1

  • 9:00am special

    Behind the Garden Gate

    Sixteen of the Holy City’s most charming private gardens--eight each weekend--are available for exploration for ticket holders.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Pay No Attention to the Girl

    Interweaving stories about the sexes―their conflicts, their love, their tricks―this theater piece unearths timely truths from ancient Islamic tales we thought we knew.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm dance

    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

    This trilogy weaves together movement, text, song, and storytelling to create an intriguing rumination on the nature of service, duty, and the idea of a life well-lived.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | The Comedy of Errors

    A hectic tale of violent cross-purposes and frenzied slapstick.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm dance

    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

    This trilogy weaves together movement, text, song, and storytelling to create an intriguing rumination on the nature of service, duty, and the idea of a life well-lived.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Westminster Choir Concerts

    Conducted by Joe Miller, these concerts display the virtuosity and versatility of the Festival’s resident chorus in the exquisite sanctuary of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Letter to a Friend in Gaza

    In the world premiere of filmmaker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors—two Palestinian and two Israeli—address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm music

    Prokofiev and Shostakovich

    The Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra explores the breathtaking orchestration and dramatic contours of Russia’s 20th-century musical profile.

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  • 8:00pm dance

    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

    This trilogy weaves together movement, text, song, and storytelling to create an intriguing rumination on the nature of service, duty, and the idea of a life well-lived.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Pay No Attention to the Girl

    Interweaving stories about the sexes―their conflicts, their love, their tricks―this theater piece unearths timely truths from ancient Islamic tales we thought we knew.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm first citizens bank front row

    I’m With Her

    A folk trio with family-like chemistry, Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O’Donovan blend indelible harmonies and instrumental interplay for an unforgettable sound.

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Sunday, June 2

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Letter to a Friend in Gaza

    In the world premiere of filmmaker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors—two Palestinian and two Israeli—address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm opera

    Salome

    Best known for the “Dance of the Seven Veils,” Salome depicts the biblical story of Herod’s lovesick stepdaughter and John the Baptist’s ill fate in this contemporary production featuring Oscar Wilde’s rich text.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Letter to a Friend in Gaza

    In the world premiere of filmmaker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors—two Palestinian and two Israeli—address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Pericles

    This little-seen romance submits its hero to a series of tragedies that culminate in something quite the opposite.

    Buy tickets

Monday, June 3

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm music

    Music in Time | in vain

    Georg Friedrich Haas’s 70-minute work brings the concert hall to darkness while the orchestra remains playing.

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Tuesday, June 4

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm physical theater

    Circa

    Three intrepid acrobats perform mesmerizing feats against a soundscape of Bach—played live by a violinist—fused with spine-tingling electronica.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm music

    St. John Passion

    Bach’s monumental work explores the grave solemnity and glorious redemption of Christ’s crucifixion—performed by Westminster Choir, Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    What Girls Are Made Of

    Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, Cora Bissett performs her own rollercoaster journey from the rock-star girl she was, singing in a hot indie band in Scotland, to the woman she wanted to be.

    Buy tickets
  • 9:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

    Buy tickets

Wednesday, June 5

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2019 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm physical theater

    Circa

    Three intrepid acrobats perform mesmerizing feats against a soundscape of Bach—played live by a violinist—fused with spine-tingling electronica.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson

    Mark Turner’s “delicate, almost ethereal” tenor saxophone and Ethan Iverson’s impressionistic pianism come together in the intimate Simons Center Recital Hall.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm opera

    Salome

    Best known for the “Dance of the Seven Veils,” Salome depicts the biblical story of Herod’s lovesick stepdaughter and John the Baptist’s ill fate in this contemporary production featuring Oscar Wilde’s rich text.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Twelfth Night

    A combination of cruelty, high comedy, and the pangs of unrequited love.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    What Girls Are Made Of

    Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, Cora Bissett performs her own rollercoaster journey from the rock-star girl she was, singing in a hot indie band in Scotland, to the woman she wanted to be.

    Buy tickets

Thursday, June 6

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm physical theater

    Circa

    Three intrepid acrobats perform mesmerizing feats against a soundscape of Bach—played live by a violinist—fused with spine-tingling electronica.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson

    Mark Turner’s “delicate, almost ethereal” tenor saxophone and Ethan Iverson’s impressionistic pianism come together in the intimate Simons Center Recital Hall.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    What Girls Are Made Of

    Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, Cora Bissett performs her own rollercoaster journey from the rock-star girl she was, singing in a hot indie band in Scotland, to the woman she wanted to be.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

    Buy tickets

Friday, June 7

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Westminster Choir Concerts

    Conducted by Joe Miller, these concerts display the virtuosity and versatility of the Festival’s resident chorus in the exquisite sanctuary of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm jazz

    Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson

    Mark Turner’s “delicate, almost ethereal” tenor saxophone and Ethan Iverson’s impressionistic pianism come together in the intimate Simons Center Recital Hall.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm physical theater

    Circa

    Three intrepid acrobats perform mesmerizing feats against a soundscape of Bach—played live by a violinist—fused with spine-tingling electronica.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson

    Mark Turner’s “delicate, almost ethereal” tenor saxophone and Ethan Iverson’s impressionistic pianism come together in the intimate Simons Center Recital Hall.

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  • 7:30pm dance

    One Thousand and One Nights

    Lebanon’s Caracalla Dance Theatre brings age-old stories to life with lavish silk costumes, rich scores with traditional Arabic instruments and melodies, and a multitalented cast of more than 40 performers.

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  • 7:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | The Comedy of Errors

    A hectic tale of violent cross-purposes and frenzied slapstick.

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  • 7:30pm theater

    What Girls Are Made Of

    Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, Cora Bissett performs her own rollercoaster journey from the rock-star girl she was, singing in a hot indie band in Scotland, to the woman she wanted to be.

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  • 9:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

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Saturday, June 8

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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  • 11:00am special

    Master Classes

    Attend special classes held by company members from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, Caracalla Dance Theatre, and Compagnie Hervé Koubi.

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  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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  • 2:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

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  • 2:00pm theater

    What Girls Are Made Of

    Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, Cora Bissett performs her own rollercoaster journey from the rock-star girl she was, singing in a hot indie band in Scotland, to the woman she wanted to be.

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  • 3:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Twelfth Night

    A combination of cruelty, high comedy, and the pangs of unrequited love.

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  • 5:00pm physical theater

    Circa

    Three intrepid acrobats perform mesmerizing feats against a soundscape of Bach—played live by a violinist—fused with spine-tingling electronica.

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  • 5:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

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  • 5:00pm jazz

    Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson

    Mark Turner’s “delicate, almost ethereal” tenor saxophone and Ethan Iverson’s impressionistic pianism come together in the intimate Simons Center Recital Hall.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson

    Mark Turner’s “delicate, almost ethereal” tenor saxophone and Ethan Iverson’s impressionistic pianism come together in the intimate Simons Center Recital Hall.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

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  • 8:00pm dance

    One Thousand and One Nights

    Lebanon’s Caracalla Dance Theatre brings age-old stories to life with lavish silk costumes, rich scores with traditional Arabic instruments and melodies, and a multitalented cast of more than 40 performers.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Audience Choice

    “Audience choice” shows invite ticket-holders to collectively choose between Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, or Pericles; the versatile cast of eight will immediately launch into the winning play!

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Sunday, June 9

  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall, who celebrates his 10th season at the helm of this beloved series, leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    The Fever

    Performed in complete collaboration with the audience, The Fever begins as a simple story about an ordinary party and evolves into a spellbinding examination of how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm dance

    One Thousand and One Nights

    Lebanon’s Caracalla Dance Theatre brings age-old stories to life with lavish silk costumes, rich scores with traditional Arabic instruments and melodies, and a multitalented cast of more than 40 performers.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm physical theater

    Circa

    Three intrepid acrobats perform mesmerizing feats against a soundscape of Bach—played live by a violinist—fused with spine-tingling electronica.

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  • 3:30pm theater

    Shakespeare’s Globe | Pericles

    This little-seen romance submits its hero to a series of tragedies that culminate in something quite the opposite.

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  • 5:00pm music

    Wells Fargo Festival Finale featuring Curtis Harding

    Curtis Harding brings a “blistering slice of dancefloor soul” to the Festival Finale’s mainstage for a celebratory close to the 2019 season at Riverfront Park.

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