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26th Annual Symphony Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island Showcases Unique Homes to Support the Charleston Symphony and Music Scholarships
The 2023 Symphony Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island is celebrating its 26th Anniversary on Saturday, November 4. Event Chair, Sandra Ericksen, invites long time and new tour goers to join this highly anticipated event. “The 26th annual of the Symphony Tour of Homes promises to maintain the tradition of presenting unique homes on Kiawah Island. The eclectic selection of homes displays the variety of design and lifestyle present on this exclusive island. These homes showcase the talents of premier designers, architects, builders, and landscapers. Charleston Symphony Orchestra League has plans to make this day a unique experience, concluding with a concert by the Charleston Symphony. Join us!”
Guests will be treated to music by symphony musicians and talented music students as they experience the variety of beautifully decorated homes. The day will be capped at 5pm with a Charleston Symphony concert, sponsored by the Town of Kiawah Island Arts and Cultural Events Council at the West Beach Conference Center. The concert is a separately ticketed event, with a link included on the CSOL website.
This season, the Charleston Symphony (CSO) again brings a superb lineup of world-renowned guest conductors and soloists for the Masterworks Series, and a new lineup of entertaining Pops concerts. All proceeds from this Tour of Homes will support the Charleston Symphony and music scholarships for students in the Lowcountry.
Advance tickets for the Tour of Homes are $65 through November 3 at csolinc.org. Tickets will also be sold the day of the event on Freshfields Village Green for $70, where guests will pick up tickets and programs beginning at 9:30am. Tickets for the CSO concert following the Tour are $15 each and are available via a link on the website as well.
During the tour, guests can browse the CSOL’s curated SCORE collection of unique artisanal items available for purchase, with proceeds supporting the CSO and CSOL Scholarship Fund.
Note: No Handicap Access. Flat Heeled Shoes — Rain or Shine – No Refunds
About the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc. (CSOL): The CSOL is a multi-talented group of more than 350 dedicated volunteers whose purpose is to support the Charleston Symphony (CSO), encourage talented young musicians and inspire classical music lovers for generations to come. The CSOL is the largest institutional donor to the CSO, having donated $2.3 million since 2010. The CSOL also provides scholarships for young musicians, totaling over $30,000 this last year. The annual Symphony Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island traditionally kicks off the League’s fall events and fundraising season. The CSOL has actively supported music education and funding for the arts in the Lowcountry for over half a century.