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Tune In for the Charlton Singleton Quintet

The Gibbes Museum & The Charleston Music Hall are continuing our partnership this spring to bring outstanding live music performances here at the Gibbes!

On April 17, the Charlton Singleton Quintet will take the stage for an evening of music and fun in the Lenhardt Garden here at the Museum. The Quintet draws from the traditional style of Jazz, but incorporates Singleton’s own compositions into a set that includes Jazz standards and popular tunes. Check out the video below of The Quintet for a sneak peek – you won’t want to miss seeing these incredibly talented musicians in person!

We’re also excited to announce that prior to The Charlton Singleton Quintet, there will be a performance by students from the Allegro Charter School of Music at 5:30PM! Allegro prepares students in grades 6-12 for the pursuit of creative work in any field, using music as a medium to inspire and foster creativity, coupled with a strong academic program.

Students from the Allegro Charter School of Music

Doors will open at 5:30 with an opening performance by students from the Allegro Charter School of Music; The Charlton Singleton Quintet begins at 6:30pm for a 90 minute set. Purchase your tickets here and tickets include Museum admission. Bring a picnic and a lawn chair and arrive early to find a spot – or reserve a premium table – and enjoy a plein-air performance under the setting sun. Cash bar available on site*.

*Please note that alcohol may not be brought on premises by guests. This is a change in policy from previous concerts and ticket prices have been adjusted to account for this change.

-Published April 11, 2019

-Top Image: Charlton Singleton, courtesy of Charlton Singleton

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