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The Clover School District Auditorium Performing Arts Series kicks off its 11th season Sept. 13 with one of famed guitar legend Les Paul’s most admired guitarists – Frank Vignola.
Vignola’s performance careers across the musical spectrum from jazz standards to opera, classic rock to contemporary pop, Latin to R&B, classical to swing, with even a smidgen of boy band choreography tossed in.
October brings the Annie Moses Band and Carolina Wind Orchestra to the Clover stage.
The Annie Moses Band brings a musical blend of jazz, classical and pop infused with beautiful sounds, harmonic complexities, strength of family and a message of faith on Oct. 14.
The Carolinas Wind Orchestra brings their symphonic sound on Oct. 29. This 112-member, internationally recognized group is comprised of area band directors, professional musicians, advanced Winthrop University music majors and other highly skilled amateur players.
Four parts harmony, a splash of swing, a twist of elegance and a whole lot of fun are in store in Nov. 15 when The Four Freshmen take the stage. The Four Freshmen continue the legacy of music that began in 1948.
Storyteller Andy Offutt Irwin appears at Family Night Jan. 15. With a manic silly-putty voice, astonishing mouth noises and hilarious stories, Andy is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and Marx brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer.
The Water Coolers bring their satirical celebration to Clover in Jan. 26 to share their take on everyday life from kids to technology. Their material is fresh, funny and never inappropriate.
The Tarradiddle players return Feb. 7 with the True Story of the Three Little Pigs. This parody of the classic tale begins where the book leaves off with Alexander T. Wolf on trial for his deeds. After Al defends himself with his own version of the story, the audience becomes the jury and decides his fate.
The Marvelous Wonderettes take you to the 1958 Springfield High School prom Feb. 19. This off-Broadway hit features over 20 classic hits from the ’50s and ’60s and is a must-take trip down memory lane.
Celtic Crossroads closes out the season March 7. This critically acclaimed show is an explosion of youthful energy and dazzling musicianship. The cast, all sons and daughters of musicians, are steeped in the tradition of handed-down tunes played with relish of freedom that was once outlawed in Ireland.
Season tickets are available for $40 per person. Individual tickets, also available, range from $5 to $15.
For information, call the auditorium at 803-222-8018 or www.clover2.k12.sc.us/csda.