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The Charleston Symphony Orchestra will perform the music of Charlie Chaplin's greatest and most ambitious silent film comedy 'The Gold Rush' while the audience enjoys this tale of a lone prospector who searches for love and acceptance in the frenzy of the great Klondike gold rush.
Scott Terrell, former Resident Conductor of the CSO, will return to the lead the orchestra for this special event. Enjoy complimentary wine provided by Ice Box Professional Bartending Services and popcorn before the show.
Both performances are taking place at Memminger Auditorium (56 Beaufain St.) and begin at 8 p.m. Single tickets range $25 to $45 and student tickets to ALL CSO performances are $5. To purchase tickets, click here or visit the Gaillard Auditorium Box Office (77 Calhoun St.).