Monthly Concert Schedule

Upcoming Coastal Jazz Association’s Monthly Jazz Concerts!
Proceeds benefit the Coastal Jazz Association!

ARTIST: Charlton Singleton and his ensemble!

MEET THE BAND:
Charlton Singleton – Trumpet
Mark Sterbank – Tenor Sax
Richard Harris White, Jr. – Piano
Kevin Hamilton – Bass
Ron Wiltrout – Drums

DATE + TIME: October 15, 2017 (Concerts are every 3rd Sunday!)


LOCATION:
Benjamin M. Tucker Pavilion at the Club at Savannah Harbor

COST:  CJA Members and Students with valid IDs are admitted free.
Members need to present their membership card for admittance.
Non-member tickets are $20 and will be available at the door.
The public is encouraged to attend!

TICKETS: Non-Coastal Jazz Association Members Purchase Tickets HERE!

PERFORMER’S BIO: 

A native of Awendaw, SC, Charlton Singleton began his musical studies at the age of three on the piano. He would then go on to study the organ, violin, cello, and the trumpet throughout elementary, middle and high school. In 1994, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance from South Carolina State University. Since that time, he has taught music at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, as well as being an adjunct faculty member at the College of Charleston. Currently, he is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Charleston Jazz Orchestra; an 18 piece jazz ensemble of some of the finest professional musicians in the Southeast and the resident big band in Charleston, SC. Mr. Singleton is also the organist and choir director at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Charleston, SC. In November of 2016 he was named the inaugural Artist in Residence at the recently renovated Gaillard Center in downtown Charleston.

As a performer, Charlton leads his own ensembles that vary in size and style. He has performed in France, Great Britain, Scotland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, The Netherlands, as well as many great cities throughout the United States. He is a member of a new ensemble called Ranky Tanky. The group is a quintet that interprets the sounds of Gullah from the Southeast Coast of the United States. In addition to performing, he is in demand as a speaker, composer, and arranger. He has also shared the stage with and/or worked with some of most talented entertainers in the world, including Jimmy Heath, Slide Hampton, Houston Person, Darius Rucker, Fred Wesley, and Cyrus Chestnut to name a few. Outside of music and entertainment, he and his wife, MaryJo, are the proud parents of Shalamar and D’Marcus, as well as their pets…Sassy, Jango, Mojo, Kota Bear, Pumpkin, and Ginger.