Found 6 blog entries published by Bob Farina.
If you were not at the Gaillard last night March 10, you missed the best Charleston Symphony Orchestra's performance since 2007!!!
It was Celebrate L'ITALIA.... an all Italian composer's night of 20 instantly recognizable compositions. The first half of the program opened with Rossini's William Tell Overture (immortalized as the opening music for the Lone Ranger TV series back in the 1950's) and followed by 8 of the all-time famous arias from Verdi and Puccini and included the Triumphal March and Chorus from Verdi's Aida featuring 22 Wando High School trumpeters! Following intermission, many of the popular Italian compositions were played, including my 2 all-time Ennio Morricone's pieces Gabriel's Oboe (The Mission) and the theme from Cinema…
For all those who are thinking about the possibility of coming to live here in Charleston.... you have to check out this Travel and Leisure article. "Forget the city of old, or even five years ago. A new wave of restaurateurs, designers, and hoteliers have put the jewel of the Lowcountry on the global stage...something bigger than food is reshaping Charleston. There’s an energy coursing through the city that reminds me of Nashville and San Francisco." Click on READ FULL POST below then CLICK HERE to see the full Travel and Leisure article.
No excuse now... its really easy to get to Charleston. There are 60 daily non-stop flights to Charleston from 17 airports around the US... Boston, Ft. Lauderdale, Baltimore, Houston, Nashville, Chicago, Washington National, Washington Dulles, Newark, La Guardia, JFK, Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Miami, Philadelphia, Charlotte and Seattle. If you live within driving distance or can get a connecting flight to these 17 departure cities, you can land at the newly renovated Charleston airport... take a taxi or a Uber car and be in historic downtown Charleston in less than 30 minutes! Any of our agents would be delighted to coordinate a visit here for you, and of course show you some really wonderful homes. Click on READ FULL POST below then CLICK HERE to see…
Another great evening last night in Charleston! Went to the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops concert at Gaillard Center... 60-piece orchestra, 120-chorus ... 2 hours of classic Christmas music...only a 15 minutes drive from Daniel Island. $5 parking. Love living on Daniel Island!!!
Songs included "For unto us a Child is born" from Handel's Messiah, "Carol of the Bells", 2 John Williams' pieces from Home Alone, "Twelve Days of Christmas", "Sleigh Ride", traditional English carols and an inspiring sing-along finale!
Charleston has so many things to offer. It’s amazing. My wife and I subscribe to the Charleston Symphony Pops Series at the Sottile Theater downtown on George Street. Last night’s performance started at 7:30pm.
We left our condo on Daniel Island at 6:55pm…over the Ravenel Bridge, left on East Bay, right at George Street, pulled into the public parking lot, and were in our first row mezzanine center seats by 7:20pm!
Last evening’s performance was Wicked Divas. A variety of songs from Broadway plays and Hollywood movies with a 46-piece symphony orchestra and two Broadway vocalists… “All That Jazz” (Chicago), “I Could Have Danced All Night” (My Fair Lady), “Over The Rainbow” (The Wizard of Oz), “For Good” (Wicked) and many others.