CARLOS MOSELEY CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
Join The Carlos Moseley Series for our 2020-21 season and experience world-renowned musicians in the intimate venue of Converse College’s Daniel Recital Hall! This season, we welcome acclaimed Guest Artists: Steven Graff (piano), Spektral Quartet, Voces8, and the Canadian Brass. Included in your ticket purchase, we invite you to stay for our prestigious post-concert champagne and hors d’oeuvres receptions where you can meet and talk with the performers after the show. Welcome to the Carlos Moseley Series!
Season subscriptions are open to the public and may be purchased online or by contacting the Box Office by phone at 864.596.9018 or by email at email@example.com.
General Season Subscription: $180
Converse Faculty & Staff: $90
General Admission: $60
Student (non-Converse): $25
Events in This Series
After four decades, it’s great to see Canadian Brass — practically an institution at this point — still sounding fresh, still attracting young virtuosos and,…Find out more »
"Graff plays...with passion and no little flair. He has a fluid, natural sense of rhythm..." -Fanfare MagazineFind out more »
In 1983, a group of devoted faculty, administrators and community supporters formed the Friends of the School of Music. Among them was Carlos Moseley, whose worldwide musical connections helped establish Converse College as a venue for such eminent performers as Charles Wadsworth and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Yo-Yo Ma, Chanticleer, the Tokyo String Quartet, the Beaux Arts Trio and many others. In 2004, the Friends of the Petrie School of Music renamed our concert series the Carlos Moseley Chamber Music Series.
For decades the name Carlos Moseley has been synonymous with musical excellence. This great musician was revered for his contributions to music not only in his hometown of Spartanburg but also around the world. Carlos enjoyed a distinguished career as a concert pianist, professor, and as president of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Chairman of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York. He served on the boards of Converse College and Brevard Music Center and was awarded honorary doctoral degrees from the Juilliard School, Duke University, Wofford College and Converse College. He was also a recipient of the Order of the Palmetto, the highest honor available to a citizen of South Carolina. Most recently, Mr. Moseley was honored with a marker on the Spartanburg Music Trail.
Subscriptions to the Moseley series and additional donations to the Friends of the Petrie School of Music provide support for Converse music students and make possible an array of education activities by Moseley Series artists. These activities include master classes and open rehearsals at Converse, as well as programs at local high schools.