Spoleto Festival USA


Spoleto Festival

Spoleto Festival USA, one of America's major performing arts festivals, is full of 17-days worth of events showcasing both established and emerging artists in more than 150 performances of opera, dance, theater, classical music, and jazz. 

It was founded in 1977 by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Gian Carlo Menotti, who sought to establish a counterpart to the Festival dei Due Mondi (The Festival of Two Worlds) in Spoleto, Italy. 

When Italian organizers planned an American festival, they searched for a city that would offer the charm of Spoleto, Italy, and its wealth of theaters, churches, and other performance spaces, and so Charleston it was. 



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Spoleto Festival USA Box Office
Charleston Gaillard Center
95 Calhoun St
Charleston SC 29401
(843) 579-3100
Spoleto Festival USA Website
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Spoleto Festival USA Dates and Venues


Dates: May 22 - June 9, 2024
Festival Venues: 

  • Queen Street Playhouse
  • College of Charleston Cistern Yard
  • College of Charleston Sottile Theatre
  • Dock Street Theatre
  • Charleston Gaillard Center
  • Festival Hall
  • St. Matthew's Lutheran Church

Spoleto Festival Performance Schedule



Wednesday, May 22


7:00PM
TRADITIONS

Tell Your Story • Four Festival Orchestra fellows pair with Charleston-based entrepreneurs, artists, and activists to create aural memoirs—works of creative placemaking distinct to the South Carolina Lowcountry and to this moment.


Thursday, May 23


1:00PM
MUSIC

Opening Gala • Kick off the 2024 Festival in high style at Spoleto’s Opening Gala—your chance to mix and mingle with some of this season’s extraordinary talent.


Friday, May 24


11:00AM
TRADITIONS

Opening Ceremony • Spoleto and the Charleston community unite to open the 48th Spoleto Festival USA at this public event.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

7:00PM
OPERA

Ruinous Gods • With a groundbreaking score that weaves Arabic maqam and Western classical music, this world premiere opera urges crucial conversations about the effect of displacement on migrant children.

9:00PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Old Crow Medicine Show • Grammy-winning Americana/roots/string band Old Crow Medicine Show rocks opening weekend with hits including “Wagon Wheel,” one of the top country singles of all time.


Saturday, May 25


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

2:00PM
DANCE

L.A. Dance Project: Romeo and Juliet Suite • Acclaimed choreographer Benjamin Millepied stages a bold, multidisciplinary adaptation of the timeless tragedy with Prokofiev’s lush score performed by live orchestra.

3:30PM
TALKS

Conversations With • Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent Martha Teichner hosts riveting, intimate conversations with the artists and companies of Spoleto Festival USA, illuminating the creative process and delving into the stories that form the 2024 productions.

7:00PM
DANCE

L.A. Dance Project: Romeo and Juliet Suite • Acclaimed choreographer Benjamin Millepied stages a bold, multidisciplinary adaptation of the timeless tragedy with Prokofiev’s lush score performed by live orchestra.

7:00PM
THEATER

The Song of Rome • In their world premiere exploration of Virgil’s Aeneid, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson toggle between past and present to depict power dynamics that feel as resonant today as during the fall of the Roman republic.

9:00PM
THEATER

Cassette Roulette: John Cameron Mitchell and Amber Martin • In a capricious showcase of songs, stories, and characters, Tony-winner John Cameron Mitchell and cabaret superstar Amber Martin perform an audience interactive mixtape not to be missed.

9:00PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Old Crow Medicine Show • Grammy-winning Americana/roots/string band Old Crow Medicine Show rocks opening weekend with hits including “Wagon Wheel,” one of the top country singles of all time.


Sunday, May 26


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
TALKS

Conversations With • Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent Martha Teichner hosts riveting, intimate conversations with the artists and companies of Spoleto Festival USA, illuminating the creative process and delving into the stories that form the 2024 productions.

2:00PM
DANCE

L.A. Dance Project: Romeo and Juliet Suite • Acclaimed choreographer Benjamin Millepied stages a bold, multidisciplinary adaptation of the timeless tragedy with Prokofiev’s lush score performed by live orchestra.

4:00PM
THEATER

The Song of Rome • In their world premiere exploration of Virgil’s Aeneid, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson toggle between past and present to depict power dynamics that feel as resonant today as during the fall of the Roman republic.

6:00PM
THEATER

Cassette Roulette: John Cameron Mitchell and Amber Martin • In a capricious showcase of songs, stories, and characters, Tony-winner John Cameron Mitchell and cabaret superstar Amber Martin perform an audience interactive mixtape not to be missed.

7:00PM
DANCE

L.A. Dance Project: Romeo and Juliet Suite • Acclaimed choreographer Benjamin Millepied stages a bold, multidisciplinary adaptation of the timeless tragedy with Prokofiev’s lush score performed by live orchestra.

9:00PM
THEATER

Cassette Roulette: John Cameron Mitchell and Amber Martin • In a capricious showcase of songs, stories, and characters, Tony-winner John Cameron Mitchell and cabaret superstar Amber Martin perform an audience interactive mixtape not to be missed.

9:00PM
JAZZ

Terri Lyne Carrington New Standards with Special Guest Dianne Reeves • The acclaimed drummer and renowned vocalist unite for a rich selection of works by female jazz composers spanning eras, geographical borders, and genres—from blues to bebop and beyond.


Monday, May 27


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

2:00PM
OPERA

Ruinous Gods • With a groundbreaking score that weaves Arabic maqam and Western classical music, this world premiere opera urges crucial conversations about the effect of displacement on migrant children.

2:00PM
TALKS

Jazz Talks • Spoleto Festival USA’s Jazz Curator Larry Blumenfeld speaks with artists from the 2023 Wells Fargo Jazz Series.

5:00PM
JAZZ

Layale Chaker + Sarafand • Layale Chaker and her ensemble perform a beguiling blend of classical, contemporary music, jazz, Arabic maqam scales, and improvisation.

7:00PM
THEATER

The Song of Rome • In their world premiere exploration of Virgil’s Aeneid, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson toggle between past and present to depict power dynamics that feel as resonant today as during the fall of the Roman republic.

7:00PM
JAZZ

Layale Chaker + Sarafand • Layale Chaker and her ensemble perform a beguiling blend of classical, contemporary music, jazz, Arabic maqam scales, and improvisation.

9:00PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue  • Jazz icon Trombone Shorty and his legendary ensemble Orleans Avenue takes to the Cistern stage with a high-octane performance that blends New Orleans sound with rock, funk, and hip-hop.


Tuesday, May 28


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

5:00PM
JAZZ

Layale Chaker + Sarafand • Layale Chaker and her ensemble perform a beguiling blend of classical, contemporary music, jazz, Arabic maqam scales, and improvisation.

7:00PM
JAZZ

Layale Chaker + Sarafand • Layale Chaker and her ensemble perform a beguiling blend of classical, contemporary music, jazz, Arabic maqam scales, and improvisation.

8:45PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Amos Lee  • Billboard chart-topping singer-songwriter Amos Lee unfolds his folk, rock, and soulful influences in a solo acoustic performance under the stars.


Wednesday, May 29


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

7:00PM
OPERA

Ruinous Gods • With a groundbreaking score that weaves Arabic maqam and Western classical music, this world premiere opera urges crucial conversations about the effect of displacement on migrant children.


Thursday, May 30


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

7:30PM
MUSIC

Yo-Yo Ma • The legendary cellist reflects on his five-year, six-continent tour of Bach’s Cello Suites for a unique evening of performance and conversation that contemplates the great questions of life and art.


Friday, May 31


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

7:00PM
THEATER

Dark Noon • Seven South African actors personify mythologized archetypes of the American West to offer an outsider’s unflinching perspective on U.S. history.

7:00PM
JAZZ

Charles Lloyd Sky Quartet • The legendary bandleader returns to Spoleto at the helm of a remarkable ensemble, including pianist and MacArthur fellow Jason Moran, bassist Larry Grenadier, and drummer Brian Blade.

8:00PM
THEATER

The Song of Rome • In their world premiere exploration of Virgil’s Aeneid, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson toggle between past and present to depict power dynamics that feel as resonant today as during the fall of the Roman republic.


Saturday, June 1


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

12:00PM
THEATER

Lightwire Theater: The Ugly Duckling • With dazzling visuals, this vibrant, family-friendly production illuminates the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in a feast for the eyes and soul.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

2:00PM
OPERA

Ruinous Gods • With a groundbreaking score that weaves Arabic maqam and Western classical music, this world premiere opera urges crucial conversations about the effect of displacement on migrant children.

2:30PM
THEATER

Lightwire Theater: The Ugly Duckling • With dazzling visuals, this vibrant, family-friendly production illuminates the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in a feast for the eyes and soul.

3:00PM
TALKS

Conversations With • Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent Martha Teichner hosts riveting, intimate conversations with the artists and companies of Spoleto Festival USA, illuminating the creative process and delving into the stories that form the 2024 productions.

5:30PM
THEATER

Lightwire Theater: The Ugly Duckling • With dazzling visuals, this vibrant, family-friendly production illuminates the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in a feast for the eyes and soul.

7:00PM
THEATER

The Song of Rome • In their world premiere exploration of Virgil’s Aeneid, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson toggle between past and present to depict power dynamics that feel as resonant today as during the fall of the Roman republic.

7:30PM
MUSIC

Mahler's Fifth • Under the baton of new Music Director Timothy Myers, the Festival Orchestra tackles Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 5 and a world premiere cello concerto by composer Nathalie Joachim with guest soloist Seth Parker Woods.

8:00PM
THEATER

Dark Noon • Seven South African actors personify mythologized archetypes of the American West to offer an outsider’s unflinching perspective on U.S. history.

9:00PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Brandy Clark • Already one of the most successful songwriters in country music, this year’s Grammy Award winner for Best Americana Performance has emerged as an acclaimed solo artist with her latest album landing on a slew of “Best Of” lists.


Sunday, June 2


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

12:00PM
THEATER

Lightwire Theater: The Ugly Duckling • With dazzling visuals, this vibrant, family-friendly production illuminates the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in a feast for the eyes and soul.

1:00PM
THEATER

Dark Noon • Seven South African actors personify mythologized archetypes of the American West to offer an outsider’s unflinching perspective on U.S. history.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

2:30PM
THEATER

Lightwire Theater: The Ugly Duckling • With dazzling visuals, this vibrant, family-friendly production illuminates the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in a feast for the eyes and soul.

4:00PM
THEATER

The Song of Rome • In their world premiere exploration of Virgil’s Aeneid, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson toggle between past and present to depict power dynamics that feel as resonant today as during the fall of the Roman republic.

5:30PM
THEATER

Lightwire Theater: The Ugly Duckling • With dazzling visuals, this vibrant, family-friendly production illuminates the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in a feast for the eyes and soul.

7:00PM
THEATER

Dark Noon • Seven South African actors personify mythologized archetypes of the American West to offer an outsider’s unflinching perspective on U.S. history.

9:00PM
JAZZ

Lowcountry: South Carolina Music in the Gullah Tradition • In a celebration of Gullah history and musical heritage, 20-plus South Carolina artists join drummer Quentin Baxter, trumpeter Matt White, and saxophonist Chris Potter for a musical fusion of jazz and praise house melodies.


Monday, June 3


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

6:00PM
MUSIC

Elisa Harkins: Wampum • Visual artist and composer Elisa Harkins presents an innovative work of Indigenous Futurism, a blend of electronic dance tracks, Indigenous music, and vocals in a performance both dreamy and intense.

7:30PM
MUSIC

Spoleto Festival USA Chorus + Orchestra: The Creation • The Festival Chorus and Orchestra unite for a jubilant performance of Joseph Haydn’s 1798 oratorio The Creation, chronicling the biblical creation of Eden.


Tuesday, June 4


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

3:00PM
TALKS

Conversations With • Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent Martha Teichner hosts riveting, intimate conversations with the artists and companies of Spoleto Festival USA, illuminating the creative process and delving into the stories that form the 2024 productions.

6:00PM
MUSIC

Elisa Harkins: Wampum • Visual artist and composer Elisa Harkins presents an innovative work of Indigenous Futurism, a blend of electronic dance tracks, Indigenous music, and vocals in a performance both dreamy and intense.


Wednesday, June 5


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

7:30PM
MUSIC 

Beethoven's Third • On a stirring program, the Festival Orchestra performs Beethoven’s “Heroic” symphony, Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1, with soloist Inon Barnatan, and Reena Esmail’s Testament.

9:00PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Watchhouse • Watchhouse, the bold and poetic Appalachian-steeped folk duo, bring their reinvented sound at the edge of experimental folk-rock to the Cistern Yard.


Thursday, June 6


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

5:00PM
JAZZ

El Arte del Bolero: Miguel Zenon/Luis Perdomo Duo  • Reimagining beloved boleros as sensuous jazz ballads, saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Luis Perdomo share their Grammy-nominated album in five intimate engagements.

5:30PM
MUSIC

Spoleto Festival USA Chorus  • Gifted vocal fellows from across the nation gather in a historic Charleston sanctuary for two highly anticipated performances of sacred and secular works.

7:00PM
PHYSICAL
THEATER

Casus Creations: Apricity • Australia-based Casus Creations returns to Spoleto to present a mesmerizing and uplifting combination of acrobatics, aerials, music, and humor.

7:00PM
JAZZ

El Arte del Bolero: Miguel Zenon/Luis Perdomo Duo  • Reimagining beloved boleros as sensuous jazz ballads, saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Luis Perdomo share their Grammy-nominated album in five intimate engagements.

8:00PM
THEATER

Sasha Velour's The Big Reveal Live Show • Classic drag, intimate storytelling, live art, and video experimentation collide in this sought-after spectacle from the internationally celebrated drag performer Sasha Velour.


Friday, June 7


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

2:00PM
TALKS

Jazz Talks • Spoleto Festival USA’s Jazz Curator Larry Blumenfeld speaks with artists from the 2023 Wells Fargo Jazz Series.

5:00PM
JAZZ

El Arte del Bolero: Miguel Zenon/Luis Perdomo Duo  • Reimagining beloved boleros as sensuous jazz ballads, saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Luis Perdomo share their Grammy-nominated album in five intimate engagements.

5:30PM
MUSIC

Spoleto Festival USA Chorus  • Gifted vocal fellows from across the nation gather in a historic Charleston sanctuary for two highly anticipated performances of sacred and secular works.

7:00PM
Front Row Series

Aoife O’Donovan with members of the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra  • The lauded singer-songwriter joins the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra to perform selections from her 2024 album All My Friends, inspired by letters and speeches of the suffragist movement.

8:00PM
PHYSICAL
THEATER

Casus Creations: Apricity • Australia-based Casus Creations returns to Spoleto to present a mesmerizing and uplifting combination of acrobatics, aerials, music, and humor.

9:00PM
JAZZ

Pedrito Martinez: Echoes of Africa  • The Grammy-nominated conguero and batá drum phenom Pedrito Martinez returns with an expanded band, vocalists, and dancers for a performance of Afro-Cuban rhythms and cutting-edge dance music.


Saturday, June 8


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

5:00PM
JAZZ

El Arte del Bolero: Miguel Zenon/Luis Perdomo Duo  • Reimagining beloved boleros as sensuous jazz ballads, saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Luis Perdomo share their Grammy-nominated album in five intimate engagements.

5:00PM
JAZZ

El Arte del Bolero: Miguel Zenon/Luis Perdomo Duo  • Reimagining beloved boleros as sensuous jazz ballads, saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Luis Perdomo share their Grammy-nominated album in five intimate engagements.

8:00PM
PHYSICAL
THEATER

Casus Creations: Apricity • Australia-based Casus Creations returns to Spoleto to present a mesmerizing and uplifting combination of acrobatics, aerials, music, and humor.

2:00PM
PHYSICAL THEATER

Jason Isbell • Grammy Award-winning rock and roll icon Jason Isbell lights up the Cistern Yard for back-to-back rare acoustic performances.


Sunday, June 9


11:00AM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

1:00PM
MUSIC

Bank of America Chamber Music • Under the inspired curation of new director Paul Wiancko, globally renowned musicians present 11 ingenious and intimate programs that span canonical classics and vital new works.

2:00PM
PHYSICAL
THEATER

Casus Creations: Apricity • Australia-based Casus Creations returns to Spoleto to present a mesmerizing and uplifting combination of acrobatics, aerials, music, and humor.

5:00PM
PHYSICAL
THEATER

Casus Creations: Apricity • Australia-based Casus Creations returns to Spoleto to present a mesmerizing and uplifting combination of acrobatics, aerials, music, and humor.

9:00PM
FRONT ROW SERIES

Jason Isbell • Grammy Award-winning rock and roll icon Jason Isbell lights up the Cistern Yard for back-to-back rare acoustic performances.


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