Taylor Festival Choir: Hope & Healing
Jun
10
6:00 pm18:00

Taylor Festival Choir: Hope & Healing

The internationally acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir (TFC), led by Dr. Robert Taylor, presents a program of choral music based around the theme of Hope and Healing, performed as a benefit for cancer research earlier this season. 

Taylor Festival Choir: Hope & Healing
Jun
9
5:00 pm17:00

Taylor Festival Choir: Hope & Healing

The internationally acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir (TFC), led by Dr. Robert Taylor, presents a program of choral music based around the theme of Hope and Healing, performed as a benefit for cancer research earlier this season. 

Good Foot
May
31
7:00 pm19:00

Good Foot

The Charleston-based band, Good Foot, plays a quirky mix of traditional Celtic and American tunes, jazzy improvisations, and sparkling vocals. 

Hope and Healing
Apr
2
3:00 pm15:00

Hope and Healing

This concert will feature choral and instrumental selections with the themes of hope and healing, and will also feature inspiring testimonials from cancer survivors

 

“From the moment my wife Mary completed her cancer treatment, we knew we wanted to do a concert benefitting cancer research here in Charleston” said Robert Taylor. “Mary and I were treated so wonderfully by all of the people at Hollings. They are truly angels on earth. This concert is our way of saying thank you and trying to both give back and continue to heighten the public’s awareness of the need to fund cancer research.”

 

Proceeds from this concert will go to the Hollings Cancer Center at MUSC.

St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Mar
19
4:00 pm16:00

St. Patrick's Day Celebration

Charleston's favorite St. Patrick's tradition returns! Join Na Fidléirí on Sunday March 19 at 4:00pm at Charleston Unitarian Church 4 Archdale St downtown.  Na Fidléirí, led by Mary Taylor, will be joined by the well-known Celtic artists Jim Carrier and Bart Saylor. Also performing will be Seomra TFC, a subset of the well-known Taylor Festival Choir. Together these groups will perform a mixture of lively Irish jigs and reels, along with plaintive ballads and airs, and audience sing-alongs.

Tickets: 

Preferred Seating $35

General Admission $25

Student $10

The 6 Pillars of Charleston Music
Feb
12
3:00 pm15:00

The 6 Pillars of Charleston Music

The Taylor Music Group is excited to announce a special concert celebrating the life and careers of 6 giants in the Charleston Music Community. The concert will feature the acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir and will include a set of music dedicated to each of the 6 Pillars. A reception honoring our distinguished guests will follow. 

Join us Sunday February 12 at 3pm in the beautiful Cathedral of St. John the Baptist on Broad Street as we pay homage to the immeasurable impact these wonderful musicians have had on our local musical culture.

Tickets:

$100 VIP Package (Preferred Seating and Reception, Limited Availability)

$35 Preferred Seating

$25 General Admission

$10 Student

 

A Charleston Celtic Christmas: Dec 12 Circular Congregational Church, Charleston
Dec
12
7:00 pm19:00

A Charleston Celtic Christmas: Dec 12 Circular Congregational Church, Charleston

Mary and Rob Taylor lead Na Fidleiri, the Taylor Festival Choir, and legendary Irish guitarist/singer/songwriter John Doyle in the ever-popular Charleston Celtic Christmas musical celebration. New this year: the Early Music duo Bedlam present their unique brand of Elizabethan era Christmas revelry! Buy your tickets early!


Tickets:
$10 student
$25 adult
$35 preferred seating 

A Charleston Celtic Christmas: Dec. 11 St. John’s Episcopal, Savannah
Dec
11
5:30 pm17:30

A Charleston Celtic Christmas: Dec. 11 St. John’s Episcopal, Savannah

Mary and Rob Taylor lead Na Fidleiri, the Taylor Festival Choir, and legendary Irish guitarist/singer/songwriter John Doyle in the ever-popular Charleston Celtic Christmas musical celebration. New this year: the Early Music duo Bedlam present their unique brand of Elizabethan era Christmas revelry! Buy your tickets early!


Tickets:
$10 student
$25 adult
$35 preferred seating 

Taylor Festival Choir presents: In Remembrance
Jun
11
7:30 pm19:30

Taylor Festival Choir presents: In Remembrance

  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The internationally acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir (TFC), led by Dr. Robert Taylor, presents a program of choral music celebrating its fifteenth anniversary, and the lives and careers of Dr. Taylor’s deceased parents Bob and Cornelia Taylor. Repertoire will include settings of the Miserere by Allegri and James MacMillan; J. S. Bach’s Singet dem Herrn, and selections by composers Michael McGlynn and Brian Galante from the two most recent Taylor Festival Choir recording projects. TFC is a professional choral ensemble, with members stemming from the Lowcountry as well as throughout the USA.

Tickets available HERE!

Taylor Festival Choir presents: In Remembrance
Jun
9
7:00 pm19:00

Taylor Festival Choir presents: In Remembrance

  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The internationally acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir (TFC), led by Dr. Robert Taylor, presents a program of choral music celebrating its fifteenth anniversary, and the lives and careers of Dr. Taylor’s deceased parents Bob and Cornelia Taylor. Repertoire will include settings of the Miserere by Allegri and James MacMillan; J. S. Bach’s Singet dem Herrn, and selections by composers Michael McGlynn and Brian Galante from the two most recent Taylor Festival Choir recording projects. TFC is a professional choral ensemble, with members stemming from the Lowcountry as well as throughout the USA.

 

Tickets available HERE!

Na Fidléiri presents: Farewell to Erin
Jun
6
7:00 pm19:00

Na Fidléiri presents: Farewell to Erin

  • Circular Congregational Church

Charleston’s beloved Celtic fiddling ensemble presents a new, fresh program, mixing in traditional Celtic favorites from the recently released CD Farewell to Erin with new exciting vocal and instrumental arrangements. Led by Mary Taylor, Na Fidleiri has played to enthusiastic audiences on both sides of the Atlantic since its inception in 2001, including an enthusiastically received 2013 Ireland concert tour.

Tickets available HERE!

Na Fidléiri presents: Farewell to Erin
Jun
5
7:00 pm19:00

Na Fidléiri presents: Farewell to Erin

  • Circular Congregational Church

Charleston’s beloved Celtic fiddling ensemble presents a new, fresh program, mixing in traditional Celtic favorites from the recently released CD Farewell to Erin with new exciting vocal and instrumental arrangements. Led by Mary Taylor, Na Fidleiri has played to enthusiastic audiences on both sides of the Atlantic since its inception in 2001, including an enthusiastically received 2013 Ireland concert tour. 

 

Tickets available HERE!

Na Fidléiri presents: Farewell to Erin
Jun
4
7:00 pm19:00

Na Fidléiri presents: Farewell to Erin

  • Circular Congregational Church

Charleston’s beloved Celtic fiddling ensemble presents a new, fresh program, mixing in traditional Celtic favorites from the recently released CD Farewell to Erin with new exciting vocal and instrumental arrangements. Led by Mary Taylor, Na Fidleiri has played to enthusiastic audiences on both sides of the Atlantic since its inception in 2001, including an enthusiastically received 2013 Ireland concert tour. 

 

Tickets available HERE!

Taylor Festival Choir Soloists
Jun
3
7:30 pm19:30

Taylor Festival Choir Soloists

  • Circular Congregational Church

Soloists from the professional Taylor Festival Choir sing arias and airs from the classical and Celtic traditions in a concert embodying the values of the Taylor Music Group: that the classical and folk art forms can and should coexist. In this case, in one concert!

 

Tickets available HERE!

Buille and Goodfoot
Jun
1
7:00 pm19:00

Buille and Goodfoot

  • Circular Congregational Church

Described by the Irish Times as “as fresh a breath that's blown through traditional (and roots) circles in a long, long time,” the hot Irish traditional band Buille, joined this summer comes to Charleston for the first time. Led by Niall and Caoimhín Vallely, and joined this summer by brother Cillian, Boille has toured all over the world and also collaborated with a diverse range of musicians, including Béla Fleck, Martin Hayes and Mick Flannery. Buille tackle’s an equally diverse range of music from Steve Reich to Weather Report, all the while drawing inspiration from their own Irish traditional music background. Opening for Buille will be the dynamic, popular local Celtic band Goodfoot, featuring Bart Saylor, Karin McQuade and Susan Conant.

 

Tickets available HERE!

Buille and Goodfoot
May
31
7:00 pm19:00

Buille and Goodfoot

  • Circular Congregational Church

Described by the Irish Times as “as fresh a breath that's blown through traditional (and roots) circles in a long, long time,” the hot Irish traditional band Buille, joined this summer comes to Charleston for the first time. Led by Niall and Caoimhín Vallely, and joined this summer by brother Cillian, Boille has toured all over the world and also collaborated with a diverse range of musicians, including Béla Fleck, Martin Hayes and Mick Flannery. Buille tackle’s an equally diverse range of music from Steve Reich to Weather Report, all the while drawing inspiration from their own Irish traditional music background. Opening for Buille will be the dynamic, popular local Celtic band Goodfoot, featuring Bart Saylor, Karin McQuade and Susan Conant.

 

Tickets available HERE!

We Sing of Life
Apr
10
3:00 pm15:00

We Sing of Life

  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The Taylor Festival Choir concludes its regular season with two performance of three prominent choral masterpieces. First, we bring you the Pope Marcellus Mass (Missa Papae Marcelli) written by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Legend has it that this was the piece that saved polyphonic church music. After intermission, you will enjoy a rousing performance of Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. Finally, we will conclude the concert with Johann Sebastian Bach's eternal motet inget dem Herrn ein Neues Lied. Please join us for this pair of splendid concerts!

We Sing of Life
Apr
9
7:00 pm19:00

We Sing of Life

  • St. Luke's Lutheran Church

The Taylor Festival Choir concludes its regular season with two performance of three prominent choral masterpieces. First, we bring you the Pope Marcellus Mass (Missa Papae Marcelli) written by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Legend has it that this was the piece that saved polyphonic church music. After intermission, you will enjoy a rousing performance of Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. Finally, we will conclude the concert with Johann Sebastian Bach's eternal motet inget dem Herrn ein Neues Lied. Please join us for this pair of splendid concerts!

 

We will accept a good will donation at the door.

The Taylor Music Group Celebrate's St. Patrick's Day!
Mar
17
7:00 pm19:00

The Taylor Music Group Celebrate's St. Patrick's Day!

  • Circular Congregational Church

Join the Taylor Music Group as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Charleston's premier Irish fiddle band, Na Fidleiri returns with our newest ensemble, Seomra TFC. The are joined by some of our favorite folk musicians Bart Saylor, Jim Carrier, and Andre Raffield!

Documentary Screening: From the Lowcountry to the Old Country
Mar
14
7:00 pm19:00

Documentary Screening: From the Lowcountry to the Old Country

  • Terrace Theater

Join the Taylor Music Group for a showing of our newest documentary From the Lowcountry to the Old Country! This documentary was filmed on our tour to Ireland in 2013. This will be the premier of the full double DVD (available in our store) and includes over an hour of live concert footage! Tickets will be $10 at the door or $5 at the door with proof of ticket purchase for our St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Join us at the Terrace Theater on James Island!