In celebration of International Blues Day on Aug. 5, 2017, CofC's chief diversity officer Rénard Harris talks about how the blues helped to shape his life.
Ret. Col. John Nerges '17 found a new beat to march to at the College after a 30-year career as a critical care nurse in the U.S. Army.
The College's talent is hitting stages all over town for the Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto this year. Here's a handy schedule of performances by CofC students, faculty and alumni that you won't want to miss!
CofC composer Maxx Bradley just wrote his 10th piece. And with dreams to one day write music for film and TV, he doesn't have any intention of slowing down.
The accolades keep on rolling in for Quentin Baxter '98.
The Office of Sustainability is hosting Foodstock – a music festival featuring local produce – in the Stern Center Garden from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 27.
Armed with a love of music and an idea, College of Charleston student Coleman Ott set out to create a platform to celebrate the stories of local musicians.
Baxter is part of the team that came together for Sound Of Red, featuring singer René Marie. The album is nominated for Best Jazz Vocal Album.
Songwriting students in the School of the Arts recently performed their own original works in front of a live audience at Kudu Coffee.
Natalia Khoma and Volodymyr Vynnytsky were made honorary professors late last year at the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, otherwise known as the Kiev Conservatory.