If you’ve been meaning to go to a Charleston Symphony Orchestra performance and you just haven’t gotten around to it, now’s the time to go — they’re coming up on their last concert of the season.
On Sun. April 28, the CSO will present a concert of arrangements and original works for the trumpet featuring CSO principal trumpet Michael Smith at First (Scots) Presbyterian Church. Smith has served as the acting principal trumpet of the CSO since 2009, though he’s actually been with the organization since 2006. He’s also performed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony, Orchestra Sinfonica de Guanajuato, and more. He’ll be accompanied by organist JeeYoon Choi, CSO principal timpanist Beth Albert, and violinist Mayumi Nakamura.
General admission tickets are $15, but students and those under the age of 22 can get in for $5. Find out more at charlestonsymphony.org.
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