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Charleston Magazine Club Events

Singin' Ella: Featuring Carmen Bradford

Feb 24

Singin’ Ella will take you back in time to ‘The First Lady of Song’ by Ella Fitzgerald. The show will feature Carmen Bradford who has had performances on 4 Grammy Award-winning albums, sold out concerts, 16 recordings, and is considered to be one of the, “greatest jazz vocalists alive today.” Bradford will be taking the stage along with the Charleston Jazz Orchestra and completing a dream to perform the songs of her idol Ella Fitzgerald, an immensely talented pioneer to women in the music industry.

Charleston Wine & Food Festival: Opening Night and Culinary Village

Feb 28

With 5 days of food and fun on the horizon, Opening Night of The Charleston Wine and Food Festival is the perfect kick-off for your taste buds. Sticking to our true Lowcountry roots, every bite you take and sip you drink will remind you of the Holy City. This event will include over 40 chef stations and 11 beverage stations, and a live performance. In addition to opening night, take a stroll through the heart and soul of the Festival, Culinary Village. The Village is where you get the ultimate culinary experience and can taste test all of the food and wine from your favorite chefs and vendors.

Charleston Fashion Week: Charleston Magazine Club Night

Mar 14

Showcasing Charleston’s elite fashion trendsetters, models, and emerging designers, Charleston Fashion Week has become a premiere event over the past 11 years. With so many things to catch your eye from the Style Lounge to the main attraction, the Runway, Charleston Fashion Week will always keep you wanting more. Held under tents in Marion Square, you will experience nationally renowned designer runway shows, local fashion from your favorite boutiques, glamorous after-parties, and onsite visuals and activities with live models and fashion tents.

Ovation Concert

Mar 20

Its classical music to your ears! The Dock Street Theatre will host the Ovation Concert Series and provide a night full of beauty and musical bliss. With musicians from the Musica en Segura Festival in Spain (Daniel Broncano, clarinet; Dorine Schoon, oboe; Ana Valderramma, violin) join Chamber Music Charleston’s Sandra Nikolajevs (bassoon), Debra Sherrill Ward (horn) and Andrew Armstrong (piano) in a program of music including Brahms Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 40, Stravinsky's Suite from L'Histoire du Soldat for Violin, Clarinet and Piano and Beethoven's Quintet in E-Flat Major for Piano and Winds, Op. 16.
When: Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Time: 7:30 PM
Where: Dock Street Theatre