Thursday, May 21

  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

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Friday, May 22

  • 9:30pm special

    Omar Opening-Night Party

    Following the world premiere of Omar, join the cast and creative team for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at the President's House at the College of Charleston.

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  • 9:00pm jazz

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band

    Celebrate the ebullience, depth, and range of this rousing septet as they carry forward a sonic continuum that redefines what New Orleans music is today.

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  • 9:00pm cabaret

    Meow Meow

    Drawing from cabaret’s steamy history to pop-culture hits and anything in between, nothing is off limits when mixed with Meow Meow’s uninhibited comedic patter and impeccable timing.

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  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm physical theater

    Gravity & Other Myths

    This Australian physical theater company returns to Spoleto with the US premiere of Out of Chaos—a high-octane performance that combines hard-edged acrobatics with intimate confessions.

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  • 7:30pm dance

    Scottish Ballet

    Returning to Spoleto after its lauded 2015 rendition of A Streetcar Named Desire, Scottish Ballet unleashes the emotional force of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible in this “blazing interpretation” (The Observer).

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  • 7:30pm opera

    Omar

    A compelling new American opera by Grammy Award-winner Rhiannon Giddens uses the 1831 autobiography of Muslim African man Omar Ibn Said to tell a little known story.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Until the Flood

    Interviews with dozens of shaken Ferguson community members informs Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show—offering a haunting reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with racism and justice.

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  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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Saturday, May 23

  • 9:00pm jazz

    A New Orleans Jazz Celebration

    For one spectacular evening, an eight-piece all-star band gathers in the Cistern Yard to celebrate the life and achievements of Danny Barker, a true New Orleans luminary.

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  • 8:00pm cabaret

    Meow Meow

    Drawing from cabaret’s steamy history to pop-culture hits and anything in between, nothing is off limits when mixed with Meow Meow’s uninhibited comedic patter and impeccable timing.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm music

    Music in Time | Difficult Grace

    This program features the Spoleto debut of cellist Seth Parker Woods and the US premiere of a concerto for cello and small orchestra.

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  • 6:00pm dance

    Scottish Ballet

    Returning to Spoleto after its lauded 2015 rendition of A Streetcar Named Desire, Scottish Ballet unleashes the emotional force of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible in this “blazing interpretation” (The Observer).

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Westminster Choir Concerts

    Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Westminster Choir’s founding by hearing this magnificent ensemble showcase their virtuosity and versatility.

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  • 5:00pm theater

    Until the Flood

    Interviews with dozens of shaken Ferguson community members informs Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show—offering a haunting reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with racism and justice.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2020 program. Free Event

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  • 2:00pm physical theater

    Gravity & Other Myths

    This Australian physical theater company returns to Spoleto with the US premiere of Out of Chaos—a high-octane performance that combines hard-edged acrobatics with intimate confessions.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 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.

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Sunday, May 24

  • 9:00pm first citizens bank front row

    Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi

    Tracing the movement of sounds, Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi illuminate the universality of music and the commonality of human experience.

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  • 9:00pm cabaret

    Meow Meow

    Drawing from cabaret’s steamy history to pop-culture hits and anything in between, nothing is off limits when mixed with Meow Meow’s uninhibited comedic patter and impeccable timing.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron Duo

    A trailblazing clarinetist, Bronx-born Don Byron pairs his early jazz or funk sound with Cuban-born composer and pianist Aruán Ortiz.

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  • 7:00pm physical theater

    Gravity & Other Myths

    This Australian physical theater company returns to Spoleto with the US premiere of Out of Chaos—a high-octane performance that combines hard-edged acrobatics with intimate confessions.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2020 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Music in Time | Distress to Serenity

    In response to the emotional and physical violence of our times, international composers featured on this program are creating music that answers distress with serenity.

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  • 3:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm dance

    Scottish Ballet

    Returning to Spoleto after its lauded 2015 rendition of A Streetcar Named Desire, Scottish Ballet unleashes the emotional force of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible in this “blazing interpretation” (The Observer).

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Until the Flood

    Interviews with dozens of shaken Ferguson community members informs Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show—offering a haunting reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with racism and justice.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Monday, May 25

  • 8:00pm cabaret

    Meow Meow

    Drawing from cabaret’s steamy history to pop-culture hits and anything in between, nothing is off limits when mixed with Meow Meow’s uninhibited comedic patter and impeccable timing.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm theater

    Until the Flood

    Interviews with dozens of shaken Ferguson community members informs Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show—offering a haunting reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with racism and justice.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm physical theater

    Gravity & Other Myths

    This Australian physical theater company returns to Spoleto with the US premiere of Out of Chaos—a high-octane performance that combines hard-edged acrobatics with intimate confessions.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron Duo

    A trailblazing clarinetist, Bronx-born Don Byron pairs his early jazz or funk sound with Cuban-born composer and pianist Aruán Ortiz.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm jazz

    Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron Duo

    A trailblazing clarinetist, Bronx-born Don Byron pairs his early jazz or funk sound with Cuban-born composer and pianist Aruán Ortiz.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm physical theater

    Gravity & Other Myths

    This Australian physical theater company returns to Spoleto with the US premiere of Out of Chaos—a high-octane performance that combines hard-edged acrobatics with intimate confessions.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm opera

    Omar

    A compelling new American opera by Grammy Award-winner Rhiannon Giddens uses the 1831 autobiography of Muslim African man Omar Ibn Said to tell a little known story.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Until the Flood

    Interviews with dozens of shaken Ferguson community members informs Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show—offering a haunting reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with racism and justice.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Tuesday, May 26

  • 8:00pm cabaret

    Meow Meow

    Drawing from cabaret’s steamy history to pop-culture hits and anything in between, nothing is off limits when mixed with Meow Meow’s uninhibited comedic patter and impeccable timing.

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  • 7:30pm music

    Get Out In Concert

    Equal parts gripping thriller and provocative social commentary, this groundbreaking film is screened as composer Michael Abels leads the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra as they perform his heart-pounding score.

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  • 7:00pm jazz

    Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron Duo

    A trailblazing clarinetist, Bronx-born Don Byron pairs his early jazz or funk sound with Cuban-born composer and pianist Aruán Ortiz.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Until the Flood

    Interviews with dozens of shaken Ferguson community members informs Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show—offering a haunting reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with racism and justice.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm physical theater

    Gravity & Other Myths

    This Australian physical theater company returns to Spoleto with the US premiere of Out of Chaos—a high-octane performance that combines hard-edged acrobatics with intimate confessions.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm jazz

    Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron Duo

    A trailblazing clarinetist, Bronx-born Don Byron pairs his early jazz or funk sound with Cuban-born composer and pianist Aruán Ortiz.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm talks

    Jazz Talks

    Larry Blumenfeld, the Festival's Wells Fargo Jazz advisor and a Wall Street Journal jazz critic, speaks with artists presented as part of the Wells Fargo Jazz Series to illuminate their concerts. Free Event

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  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Wednesday, May 27

  • 8:00pm jazz

    Two Wings: The Music of Black America in Migration

    For this multifaceted concert, pianist Jason Moran and mezzo-soprano Alicia Hall Moran weave together music that spans classical and jazz to spirituals, rhythm and blues, and beyond.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    Sea Sick

    Weaving delicate wit with investigative reporting and three years worth of journeys across the ocean, award-winning journalist Alanna Mitchell shares a compelling production about the state of the global ocean.

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  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm jazz

    Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron Duo

    A trailblazing clarinetist, Bronx-born Don Byron pairs his early jazz or funk sound with Cuban-born composer and pianist Aruán Ortiz.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Thursday, May 28

  • 9:00pm jazz

    The Cookers

    An electrifying dream team of jazz legends, The Cookers’ seven members combine to form one of the finest straight-ahead jazz bands working today.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    Sea Sick

    Weaving delicate wit with investigative reporting and three years worth of journeys across the ocean, award-winning journalist Alanna Mitchell shares a compelling production about the state of the global ocean.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm dance

    Caleb Teicher & Company

    Caleb Teicher’s spirited and joyous tap style blends Appalachian flatfooting, jazz dance, and even beatboxing—skirting expectations at every turn.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm opera

    Omar

    A compelling new American opera by Grammy Award-winner Rhiannon Giddens uses the 1831 autobiography of Muslim African man Omar Ibn Said to tell a little known story.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Friday, May 29

  • 9:00pm first citizens bank front row

    The Wood Brothers

    The Wood Brothers light up the Cistern Yard on May 29 for a concert that’s sure to deliver their warmth, soul, and stellar musicianship.

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  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm dance

    Trisha Brown Dance Company

    This dance company, rooted in artistic investigation and ceaseless experimentation, brings a trio of varied works, carrying on the innovative spirit of its founder, Trisha Brown.

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  • 7:00pm music

    The Stations

    Tom Kiefer’s powerful photography is paired with the music of late-Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo for a distinctive visual-and-choral experience that leads the audience and Westminster Choir on foot through the theater—pausing at each image for reflection and song.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm theater

    Sea Sick

    Weaving delicate wit with investigative reporting and three years worth of journeys across the ocean, award-winning journalist Alanna Mitchell shares a compelling production about the state of the global ocean.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm dance

    Caleb Teicher & Company

    Caleb Teicher’s spirited and joyous tap style blends Appalachian flatfooting, jazz dance, and even beatboxing—skirting expectations at every turn.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Saturday, May 30

  • 8:00pm music

    The Planets

    The Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra presents an exhilarating lineup of repertoire, including “Rhapsodic Overture,” by Edmund Thornton Jenkins, Liszt’s sparkling Piano Concerto no. 1, and Holst’s blockbuster The Planets.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    Sea Sick

    Weaving delicate wit with investigative reporting and three years worth of journeys across the ocean, award-winning journalist Alanna Mitchell shares a compelling production about the state of the global ocean.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm dance

    Caleb Teicher & Company

    Caleb Teicher’s spirited and joyous tap style blends Appalachian flatfooting, jazz dance, and even beatboxing—skirting expectations at every turn.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Westminster Choir Concerts

    Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Westminster Choir’s founding by hearing this magnificent ensemble showcase their virtuosity and versatility.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm dance

    Trisha Brown Dance Company

    This dance company, rooted in artistic investigation and ceaseless experimentation, brings a trio of varied works, carrying on the innovative spirit of its founder, Trisha Brown.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm theater

    Sea Sick

    Weaving delicate wit with investigative reporting and three years worth of journeys across the ocean, award-winning journalist Alanna Mitchell shares a compelling production about the state of the global ocean.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 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

Sunday, May 31

  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm music

    The Stations

    Tom Kiefer’s powerful photography is paired with the music of late-Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo for a distinctive visual-and-choral experience that leads the audience and Westminster Choir on foot through the theater—pausing at each image for reflection and song.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm dance

    Caleb Teicher & Company

    Caleb Teicher’s spirited and joyous tap style blends Appalachian flatfooting, jazz dance, and even beatboxing—skirting expectations at every turn.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 3:00pm opera

    Omar

    A compelling new American opera by Grammy Award-winner Rhiannon Giddens uses the 1831 autobiography of Muslim African man Omar Ibn Said to tell a little known story.

    Buy tickets
  • 2:00pm dance

    Caleb Teicher & Company

    Caleb Teicher’s spirited and joyous tap style blends Appalachian flatfooting, jazz dance, and even beatboxing—skirting expectations at every turn.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Monday, June 1

  • 8:00pm music

    Four Seasons Recomposed

    Hear John Kennedy lead the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra as they perform Richter’s familiar yet fresh take on Vivaldi’s masterpiece.

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  • 6:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

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  • 5:00pm talks

    Jazz Talks

    Larry Blumenfeld, the Festival's Wells Fargo Jazz advisor and a Wall Street Journal jazz critic, speaks with artists presented as part of the Wells Fargo Jazz Series to illuminate their concerts. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Tuesday, June 2

  • 8:00pm jazz

    Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya

    Named a 2019 NEA Jazz Master, pianist Abdullah Ibrahim has embarked on a world tour and brings his indefatigable spirit to the Festival alongside his band Ekaya.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    The Believers Are But Brothers

    This multimedia show weaves together stories of three men and their journeys to radicalization—exploring the smoke-and-mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity, and hate speech.

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  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm physical theater

    Machine de Cirque

    Making their US premiere with this contemporary circus extravaganza, seven acrobats combine breathtaking feats and live music for a performance that’s at once playful, poetic, and just a bit perilous.

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Wednesday, June 3

  • 9:00pm first citizens bank front row

    Steep Canyon Rangers

    Known for bending the bluegrass aesthetic, this North Carolina-based sextet has developed a truly original sound that pairs perfectly with the ambiance of the Cistern Yard.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:00pm opera

    Omar

    A compelling new American opera by Grammy Award-winner Rhiannon Giddens uses the 1831 autobiography of Muslim African man Omar Ibn Said to tell a little known story.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Linda May Han Oh and Fabian Almazan

    Cuban American pianist Fabian Almazan and Australian bassist Linda May Han Oh explore sonic possibilities as a duo on the cutting edge.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm theater

    The Believers Are But Brothers

    This multimedia show weaves together stories of three men and their journeys to radicalization—exploring the smoke-and-mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity, and hate speech.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm physical theater

    Machine de Cirque

    Making their US premiere with this contemporary circus extravaganza, seven acrobats combine breathtaking feats and live music for a performance that’s at once playful, poetic, and just a bit perilous.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2020 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Thursday, June 4

  • 8:00pm music

    Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

    Join in the worldwide celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday with a performance of his epic final symphony—performed by the Westminster Choir, Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra.

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  • 8:00pm theater

    The Believers Are But Brothers

    This multimedia show weaves together stories of three men and their journeys to radicalization—exploring the smoke-and-mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity, and hate speech.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Linda May Han Oh and Fabian Almazan

    Cuban American pianist Fabian Almazan and Australian bassist Linda May Han Oh explore sonic possibilities as a duo on the cutting edge.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm physical theater

    Machine de Cirque

    Making their US premiere with this contemporary circus extravaganza, seven acrobats combine breathtaking feats and live music for a performance that’s at once playful, poetic, and just a bit perilous.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm talks

    Conversations With

    CBS journalist Martha Teichner interviews artists from the Festival’s 2020 program. Free Event

    Buy tickets
  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Friday, June 5

  • 9:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm theater

    The Believers Are But Brothers

    This multimedia show weaves together stories of three men and their journeys to radicalization—exploring the smoke-and-mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity, and hate speech.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

    Buy tickets
  • 7:00pm jazz

    Linda May Han Oh and Fabian Almazan

    Cuban American pianist Fabian Almazan and Australian bassist Linda May Han Oh explore sonic possibilities as a duo on the cutting edge.

    Buy tickets
  • 6:00pm physical theater

    Machine de Cirque

    Making their US premiere with this contemporary circus extravaganza, seven acrobats combine breathtaking feats and live music for a performance that’s at once playful, poetic, and just a bit perilous.

    Buy tickets
  • 5:00pm music

    Music in Time | …at some point…

    Exploring social dynamics through the interplay of performance, this program features imaginative compositions and indigenous traditions.

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  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets
  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

    Buy tickets

Saturday, June 6

  • 9:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

    Buy tickets
  • 8:30pm dance

    Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras

    With hot-blooded passion, high drama, and unparalleled musicality, Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras returns with Shadows—a feast for the eyes and ears.

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  • 8:00pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

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  • 5:45pm music

    Live from Here with Chris Thile

    Acclaimed musician and songwriter Chris Thile welcomes well-known and up-and-coming talent to share the stage for a live radio broadcast of this modern variety show.

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  • 5:00pm jazz

    Linda May Han Oh and Fabian Almazan

    Cuban American pianist Fabian Almazan and Australian bassist Linda May Han Oh explore sonic possibilities as a duo on the cutting edge.

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  • 5:00pm physical theater

    Machine de Cirque

    Making their US premiere with this contemporary circus extravaganza, seven acrobats combine breathtaking feats and live music for a performance that’s at once playful, poetic, and just a bit perilous.

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  • 2:00pm theater

    The Believers Are But Brothers

    This multimedia show weaves together stories of three men and their journeys to radicalization—exploring the smoke-and-mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity, and hate speech.

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  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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Sunday, June 7

  • 8:30pm music

    Wells Fargo Cistern Finale featuring The War and Treaty

    Husband-and-wife duo Michael and Tanya Trotter return with their contagious energy, freewheeling joy, and swampy Southern soul for a special standing-room-only concert in the Cistern Yard.

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  • 5:00pm opera

    Omar

    A compelling new American opera by Grammy Award-winner Rhiannon Giddens uses the 1831 autobiography of Muslim African man Omar Ibn Said to tell a little known story.

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  • 3:30pm musical theater

    Romantics Anonymous

    A delightfully sweet and tender love story, set in a chocolate factory, is brought to life through musical theater by director Emma Rice.

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  • 3:00pm physical theater

    Machine de Cirque

    Making their US premiere with this contemporary circus extravaganza, seven acrobats combine breathtaking feats and live music for a performance that’s at once playful, poetic, and just a bit perilous.

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  • 2:00pm theater

    Wonders at Dusk

    Harnessing his uniquely hypnotic talents in mentalism and the performing arts, acclaimed illusionist Scott Silven presents an unforgettable experience featuring his singular theater of the mind.

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  • 2:00pm dance

    Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras

    With hot-blooded passion, high drama, and unparalleled musicality, Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras returns with Shadows—a feast for the eyes and ears.

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  • 1:00pm music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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  • 11:00am music

    Bank of America Chamber Music

    Host Geoff Nuttall leads some of the most skilled chamber musicians in the country in 11 diverse, intimate, and thrilling programs.

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