Charleston Symphony Orchestra Announces New Club Featuring Streaming Performances

Credit: CSO Facebook

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) recently debuted CSOgo, a new club designed to help "young or on-the-go music lovers experience the symphony in a variety of ways through one low monthly fee."

CSOgo is limited to 100 memberships and provides many benefits including:

  • Unlimited concerts with the best seat available
  • Exclusive event and networking opportunities
    • “Meet the Musician” post-concert parties with Firefly cocktails
    • “Tasting Notes,” an exclusive wine tasting event paired with a discussion of an upcoming performance led by Music Director Ken Lam
  • Backstage tours
  • Recognition in CSO’s Bravo! program book
  • On-demand streaming of CSO concert recordings

“CSOgo provides the flexibility for someone on-the-go, such as young professionals, to drop in for any symphony performance at the Gaillard Center at an incredible value,” Jennifer Metts, CSO’s director of marketing, said.

CSOgo offers both a "Full Membership" and a "Streaming Only" option. The "Full Membership" is available for a $35 monthly fee and includes all of the features listed above. The "Streaming Only" option is a $5 monthly fee for those who only wish to have online access to stream archived performances.

To become a member or for more information, please visit

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