Arts series 12th season begins Sept. 12

August 5, 2013 

Clover School District Auditorium Performing Arts Series begins its 12th season Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. with the Depue Brothers Band.

These four violinist brothers and their symphonic friends join forces, bending and blending genres while delivering a powerful mix of classical, bluegrass and rock and roll.

October brings performances from two diverse artists.

Tomas Kubinek, a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, will perform Oct. 8

Pianist Emile Pandolfi returns to the CSDA stage Oct. 29 with arrangements of time honored standards and Broadway hits seasoned with classical favorites and new gems. Along with Pandolfi will be guest vocalist Dana Russell.

The United States Navy Jazz Band — The Commodores will to bring their eclectic mix of traditional big band music, exciting jazz vocal arrangements and instrumental music to Clover audiences Nov. 19.

The new year begins with a big bang as Dallas Brass presents a musical travelogue through American History Jan. 9. “American Musical Journey” incorporates a full complement of brass and percussion in a concert event that is just plain fun for everyone.

The winter blues melt away when California Dreaming hits the stage Jan. 29. This musical presentation is a sun-kissed song and dance tribute to an era that introduced the world to the good vibrations of love and peace and summertime fun.

February brings two great family events. The Tarradiddle Players stop by Feb. 11 with a new twist on the classic fairy tale, Hansel and Gretel. This re-telling is magical, festive, funny and exciting for kids of all ages.

The Fettucini Brothers celebrate 25 years of traveling the globe, spreading mirth, merriment and the joy of juggling Feb. 20. To make this family evening complete, the brothers, Alfredo and Aldente offer this guarantee: “We’ll drop everything to make you laugh!”

Singer-songwriters round out the season as Jimmy Webb and Kathy Mattea bring their unique sound, classic hits and new tunes to Clover.

Webb is best known for the instant classics he provided for such artists as Glen Campbell, Richard Harris, The Fifth Dimension, The Brooklyn Bridge, Art Garfunkel, Joe Cocker, and many more. He performs March 1.

Fan favorite Kathy Mattea returns March 27 with songs that celebrate the life and times of her native West Virginia. This concert presents her most recent material alongside her top 20 radio hits.

Season tickets are $50. Individual tickets range from $5-$15.

For information, call the auditorium at 803-222-8018 or visit

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