Charleston Music Hall

Location:37 John Street Charleston, SC 29403

Upcoming events

  • Apr-18-20 8:00 pm - Apr-18-20 10:00 pm

    Whether to capture our attention with instantly recognizable theme songs, transport us to different worlds, or guide us on an emotional journeymusic plays an essential part in the storytelling process in both television and film. Through the use of recurring melodic themes or even just a two-note motif, music provokes a heightened emotional response, adding life to a story and becoming ingrained into our memories. From the small screen to the silver screen, your Charleston Jazz Orchestra will revisit some of the most memorable musical moments in film and television.

  • May-22-20 6:00 pm - May-22-20 9:00 pm

    Ballet Academy of Charleston is pleased to invite you to our Spring Show, “The Wizard of Oz”, on Friday, May 22nd, 2020, 6pm at the Charleston Music Hall!

    In this delightful rendition of the beloved story, some 40 students will take the stage weaving the tale of Dorothy and her dog, Toto, trying to find their way back home as they travel through the mystical Land of Oz. Fall in love with the many entertaining characters they meet along the way all over again, including “The Tin Man”, the “Scarecrow” and “The Cowardly Lion”!
    This performance is suitable for children of all ages and is a wonderful way to introduce children to classical music and ballet!

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  • Sep-12-20 8:00 pm - Sep-12-20 10:00 pm

    With a relationship that spanned 30 years – from idol to mentor to friend, few living musicians have such a deep connection to jazz legend and pioneer of Bebop, Dizzy Gillespie than Jon Faddis. When Faddis blasted onto the jazz scene, audiences were amazed at the young musician’s range, techniques and ability to successfully mirror the complex style of Dizzy Gillespie. Faddis soon developed his own trademark style and is now known as one of the most innovative and inspiring jazz trumpeters of our time. Even Dizzy described Faddis as “He’s the best ever – including me!” Living legend Jon Faddis will join your Charleston Jazz Orchestra to pay tribute and celebrate the musicianship and life of jazz great Dizzy Gillespie.

  • Oct-17-20 8:00 pm - Oct-17-20 10:00 pm

    In the Gullah tradition of rhythmic hand-claps, foot-stomps, and voices lifted up in song, Lowcountry Voices joins your Charleston Jazz Orchestra for an evening to honor centuries of oral traditions and celebrate the spiritual thread that binds generations. Under the direction of Nathan L. Nelson, Lowcountry Voices is a multicultural and ethnically diverse choral performing arts organization with an emphasis on African-American music performed in the SC Lowcountry tradition. The art of Gullah music is extremely rich and has a deep connection with its African roots and ancestors, and genres such as jazz, blues, ragtime, gospel, and 'soul music,’ would not even exist without the influence of African and Gullah music on the world. 

  • Dec-05-20 8:00 pm - Dec-05-20 10:00 pm

    Maestro Robert Lewis and your Charleston Jazz Orchestra will swing you into the holiday spirit with big band arrangements of winter classics and holiday favorites. Add some jazz to your holiday cheer with this Charleston Jazz tradition!