Spoleto USA's Nigel Redden about the American premiere of an opera based on Japanese Noh theater - Matsukaze.
More rehearsal of the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, in preparation for their concert during the 2011 season.
Argentinean bass player Willy Gonzales plays with singer/percussionist Micaela Vita during a soundcheck at the Spoleto Festival USA 2011.
Rachel Stewart spoke with the choreographer about Khmeropédies, a fusion of traditional Cambodian and modern Western dance.
Pianist Sarah Cahill, playing excerpts of the work Dar al-Harb before her concert at the Simons Center Recital Hall at the College of Charleston.
Sarah Jarosz, bluegrass singer-songwriter, is joined by a fiddle and cello on stage at the Cistern Yard, warming up for her Spoleto 2011 concert.
A tour of the miniature work of Italian artist Paolo Ventura, from the Director of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Mark Sloan
Conductor James Gaffigan rehearses Salome's Dance of the Seven Veils, by Richard Strauss, in preparation for a June first concert with the Spoleto Festival Orchestra.
The Brazilian master of the accordion comes to the Wells Fargo Jazz Series in the Cistern Yard at the College of Charleston, accompanied by a string ensemble.
A final rehearsal of the opera Emilie with soprano Elizabeth Futral, before beginning its US premiere run at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston.