Banner
keyboard_arrow_rightEvents in South Carolina keyboard_arrow_rightMusic in the Age of Charles Town (1670-1770)
Selected Tickets
TICKET TYPE / PERFORMANCE PRICE QUANTITY
{{order.ticketTypeName}} - {{order.performanceName}}
{{order.shortDate}}
{{order.unitPrice | currency}} {{order.quantity}} {{order.quantity == 1 ? 'ticket' : 'tickets'}} [X] Remove
Support by
adding a donation
Donation:
$
Please enter a valid number.
Suggested Amount:
Secure 256 bit SSL Certified
Check Out

{{m}}

Ticket Information

Ticket sales for this event ended Fri, Apr 10, 2015

TICKET TYPE DATE & TIME PRICE QUANTITY
Get Tickets

Event Details

A concert celebrating Charleston - through music composed during the city's first century! 

Featuring a cornucopia of compositions from America, England, and Europe by composers whose works span the Baroque and early Classical periods.The King's Counterpoint is thrilled to have the opportunity to bring our audiences vocal selections by both well-known and less often-heard composers, including works by such as Bach, Biber, Billings, Caldara, Handel, Haydn, Lotti, Mozart, Pergolesi, Purcell, and Vivaldi. 

Event's image

Location

The Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul
126 Coming Street,
Charleston, SC 29401