For first time ever, Charleston orchestra group to host downtown home tour | Real Estate
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Charleston Symphony is hosting the first downtown home tour in May
For the first time, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League is holding a weekend tour of houses on the peninsula instead of a month-long designer showhouse.
The self-guided house and garden tour takes place on May 22nd and 23rd from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., two days that participants can choose from.
The event takes place in different parts of the city. Among the offers are two houses of interior designers and their families, a small cottage and a hidden carriage house.
The tour will also feature a large house and former designer showhouse overlooking the Ashley River and a hidden garden and pool, as well as a house that has evolved from a former designer showhouse into a family resort.
The league was forced to double its fundraising campaigns last year due to the pandemic, but was able to fund the orchestra and maintain its scholarship program, albeit at a reduced level, said Lyn Magee, president of the league.
“We invite the people of the Lowcountry to share this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see some of Charleston’s landmarks while keeping the Lowcountry classical music alive,” she said.
Presale tickets are available online through May 20 for $ 55. A Friend of the Symphony ticket is $ 150, including two day passes, recognition on the website and in the tour brochure. Day tickets to the event at the tour center are $ 60 and are available from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm if they are not sold out.
The proceeds will support the symphony and provide scholarships for music students in the Charleston area.
Information and tickets can be found at https://csolinc.org/tour-of-homes-2-2-2-2/
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