CofC singing group the AcaBelles is taking its musical talents from campus to the community with a performance at the Music Farm this Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.
She's talented enough to have played violin with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and to perform in a touring band, but student Cecilia McGuinn says music is just her hobby.
The School of the Arts is helping students orchestrate the new business model of the music industry to stardom with its arts management program.
Featuring three College of Charleston alums, including percussionist Quentin Baxter, the band Ranky Tanky performed in Cistern Yard on June 2 as part of Spoleto Festival USA.
A group of College of Charleston students and professors traveled to Cuba over spring break to seek out inspiration for performances at the Cuba Finale Concert on April 7.
The College is offering several classes examining the culture, history and art of Cuba as part of the semester-long Cuba en el Horizonte project.
Gullah music is reaching new audiences thanks to the success of three CofC alumni whose band, Ranky Tanky, has hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts.
Supporting the College’s sustainability literacy initiative, the Department of Theatre and Dance’s 2017–18 production season, SUSTAIN THIS!, resumes Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.
Wade Davis '08, who earned a degree in music from the College of Charleston, is a classically trained cellist who specializes in baroque music.
A trio of CofC alums are bringing the joy and power of Gullah music to mainstream audiences as part of the band Ranky Tanky.