Academy of Music presents "A George Gershwin Review"

Come to hear an hour of the best songs of George Gershwin! Dr. Mark Hornbaker directs "A George Gershwin Review", featuring Kathi Elkins, Kim Javins, Grace Javins, Hope Snodgrass, Bonnie Stark, Amy Teter, and Andrew Willis.

Admission is FREE. 

Other Great October Events in Charleston!

The Charleston Boulevard Rod Run and Doo Wop takes place on Kanawha Boulevard from Capitol Street to Magic Island,  October 1-5. Drawing thousands of visitors each year from all over the USA, it began in 2006 and features hundreds of classic and antique cars, music, concessions, food and other vendors with entertainment for the whole family. It was voted #1 Best Overall Show in 2012 by Cruisin' Times

Community Music Live! presents Tommy Dorsey Orchestra

Community Music Live! presents the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra at Geary Auditorium, Riggleman Hall, University of Charleston. Featuring big band, jazz and swing music conducted by Buddy Morrow. Tickets: $35 for adults, $10 for college students and $5 for youth. Call 304-744-1400 or 304-380-6782, or purchase at the box office one hour before showtime.

Capitol Market presents No Guts, All Glory Pumpkin Carving Contest

Capitol Market will provide $10 coupons toward the purchase of your pumpkin when you register at the pumpkin pick-up party on Wednesday, October 22nd from 4pm to 6pm. Registration fees $25 for Family, Individual & Artist, $50 fo Media/Corp. Prizes valued at $250 up to a $1,500 Grand Champion mystery prize.

Carriage Trail Leaf Walk

Autumn and art come together for a delightful walk along this charming trail, featuring costumed actors doing vignettes from various plays:  LimeLight Theatre Company, The Theatre Project from the Children’s Theatre of Charleston, The Alban Arts Center and music including

Mountain Stage

This edition of Mountain Stage, produced by WV Public Radio and distributed by NPR, features Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Australian Kate Miller-Heidke, blues diva J

FestivALL Fall 2014 and HallowEast

FestivALL Fall returns October 24-26 with the drama of Shakespeare, the beauty of a West Virginia autumn, visual arts, music, dance, theater and more! Get creative with some pumpkin carving then head to the theater or ballet. Experience art in unique outdoor settings or cross off some holiday gift shopping with fine hand-made art and craft.

Third Eye Cabaret at Timothy's at Quarrier Diner

The 3rd Eye Cabaret is on - Thursday, June 26, 7pm at Timothy's on Quarrier Street, Charleston.

Brown Bag Concert in Downtown Charleston

Join us in Davis Park. Pack your own or check of Brown Bag specials from your favorite downtown restaurants or that one you've been meaning to try. 

Enjoy music by Alasha Al-Qudwah and Beth Summers of Snakebox - an eclectic mix of classical, eastern, jazz, folk, porch and chamber music. 

Capitol Market Stage Sunday

Country, bluegrass and traditional music is performed at Charleston’s outdoor Farmers Market. Inside you can fi nd soups, salads, seafood, deli sandwiches and coffee and Soho’s Italian Restaurant. You can also buy wine, cheese, fresh produce, West Virginia products and Holl’s Chocolates.

12:00pm Robert Shafer and Robin Kessinger (US Champion guitar pickers)

1:00pm Martha Turley Vandalia Champion Dulcimer 2012