Charleston Jazz Festival 


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From April 21 – 24, the 2022 Charleston Jazz Festival will feature student musicians, local jazz groups, and internationally acclaimed performers including the Emmet Cohen Trio, the Jorge Luis Pacheco Quartet, Kandace Springs and Etienne Charles in multiple venues around Charleston, SC.



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Charleston Jazz Festival
Forte Jazz Lounge
Charleston Music Hall

Charleston Jazz Festival 



Charleston Jazz Festival Date and Time


Date: April 21 - 24, 2022
Time: Varies
Admission: $20 - $40


Charleston Jazz Festival Performance Schedule


Thursday, April 21, 2022

Edwin G. Hamilton Quintet
April 21 at 5:30 pm
Forte Jazz Lounge

The Edwin G Hamilton Quintet will take you on a journey of original music with their blend of Jazz, Gospel, and a subtle hint of R&B. Leading from his drumset, Edwin’s dedication to the art of music is inspiring.


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Marcus Amaker and Ron Wiltrout
April 21 at 7 pm
Forte Jazz Lounge

Charleston’s Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker teams up with New Music Collective percussion explorer Ron Wiltrout for a powerful performance of Jazz and Poetry.


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Grace McNally Trio & The Plantation Singers
April 21 at 8:30 pm
Forte Jazz Lounge

Grace McNally Trio and The Plantation Singers blend Jazz, Gospel, Gullah, and Folk influences to create an inspired and heavenly sound! Their music showcases and celebrates the distinctive culture of Charleston.


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Abdiel Iriarte Experiment
April 21 at 10 pm
Forte Jazz Lounge

The Abdiel Iriarte Experiment is a hard driving Trio that combines the sound of Afro-Venezuelan-Cuban rhythms with a taste of modern Jazz. Originally from Valencia, Venezuela, Abdiel Iriarte now calls Charleston home. 


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Friday, April 22, 2022

Emmet Cohen Trio
April 22 at 5 pm
Charleston Music Hall

Jazz pianist and composer Emmet Cohen is one of his generation’s pivotal figures in music and the related arts. Lucy Yeghiazaryan and trumpeter Bruce Harris are both some of the most important voices in jazz today. 


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Jorge Luis Pacheco Quartet
April 22 at 8 pm
Charleston Music Hall

A fresh new face has emerged and is making waves with his ‘flying hands’ and a unique style that presents a new voice in jazz. Hailing from Havana, Cuba – Jorge Luis Pacheco has performed at some of the most respected venues in the world.


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Saturday, April 23, 2022

Kandace Springs
April 23 at 5 pm
Charleston Music Hall

"Citing Nina Simone as her inspiration, Kandace Springs evinces a similarly powerful beauty, a satin ‘n sinew verve, though her soul-infused sound more strongly suggests Cassandra Wilson by way of Whitney Houston.”   -Jazz Times


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Etienne Charles & Creole Soul
April 23 at 8 pm
Charleston Music Hall

Hailed by JazzTimes as “A daring improviser who delivers with heart wrenching lyricism,” NPR’s All Things Considered calls Etienne, “a great young trumpeter…his records filter calypso, reggae and other Afro-Caribbean music into a modern jazz conception.”


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