Mozart in South 10

Finale on the Lawn

Tuesday, September 14, 2010
by Lindsay Koob
Finale on the Lawn

SUNDAY’S THREAT OF RAIN never materialized—at least not at the idyllic grounds of Middleton Place. So the Mozart in the South Festival went ahead with its planned open-air grand finale concert as the evening sun slowly sank behind the western tree line into dusk and darkness, taking some of the afternoon’s oppressive heat with... Read »

More Mesmerizing Music

Saturday, September 11, 2010
by Lindsay Koob
More Mesmerizing Music

THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH of St. Luke & St. Paul was well-nigh packed for Friday evening’s second concert of the Mozart in the South Festival. We heard a rewarding program under the deft baton of conductor Peter Shannon, Music Director of the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra. The program kicked off with a scintillating go at W.... Read »

A Smashing Start

Friday, September 10, 2010
by Lindsay Koob
A Smashing Start

THE SECOND ANNUAL Mozart in the South (MITS) Festival, organized and staged by Chamber Music Charleston, got off to a smashing start Thursday evening with an ambitious and varied chamber program at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church. With its blend of chamber and orchestral music, MITS is an important feature of musical life in the... Read »

Sandra Nikolajevs, Chamber Music Charleston

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
by Peter Ingle
Sandra Nikolajevs, Chamber Music Charleston

CHAMBER MUSIC CHARLESTON’s second annual “Mozart in the South” festival is coming September 9–12. Along with a chamber night, an orchestral evening, and the finale at Middleton Place, there will be the popular Little Mozart Circus at Francis Marion Square (with 14 tents) where children of all ages can handle instruments, get a lesson,... Read »

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