The Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc. (CSOL) “Swing for the Symphony 2020,” has signed up a full roster of golfers for the tournament on October 5th. However, non-golfers can also participate in the celebration and help support Charleston Symphony.
Silent Auction bidding to open September 25th.
The CSOL has announced a silent auction, open to the public, to accompany the golf outing. Exciting auction items include jewelry, artwork, getaway vacations, golf foursomes at some of the most prestigious golf clubs in the Charleston area, home decor, rare and highly-prized liquors, tennis and guitar lessons and much, much more!. The auction will be entirely online, so participants can follow their bid items as they play golf or from home. Previews of auction items are available at www.csolswing.givesmart.com. Bidding will go live on Friday, September 25 at 8:00 AM and will close at the post-golf reception at 6:30 pm October 5. Bidders will be notified when a higher bid is placed, so buyers can continue to bid on their favorite items until closing.
Post-Golf reception prizes, and auction close:
Although the golf portion of the day is sold out, tickets are still available for the post-golf reception at 5:00 PM, featuring delicious food and beverages in a socially-distanced setting. You'll be able to see the fantastic selection of silent auction items live during the reception and can post your closing bids while listening to music by Charleston Symphony Orchestra Brass Ensemble. All city, county and site health and safety protocols will be strictly followed. Masks are required and social distancing will be enforced
The CSOL will also unveil this year's 2020 CSOL Car Sponsorship at the reception; Car Sponsorships will be available at the event and online.
Thanks to our Sponsors!
We are pleased to announce event sponsors Doug Hornberger & Trey Devereux of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Angela Drake of Daniel Island Real Estate, and Sally & Michael Connelly. We thank them for their support, and look forward to seeing them on October 5.
About the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc.:
The CSOL is a multi-talented group of more than 270 dedicated volunteers whose purpose is to support the Charleston Symphony, encourage talented young musicians and inspire classical music lovers for generations to come. The CSOL is the largest institutional donor to the CSO, providing over $170,000 last year. For more than 50 years, the CSOL has actively supported music education and funding for the arts, including scholarships for student and professional musicians in the Charleston area.
In addition to Swing for the Symphony, the CSOL is hosting a Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island, November 7, 2020 and will be conducting a car sponsorship, where the winner will be drawn at a special concert by members of the Charleston Symphony Brass in May 2021. The date, time and location of the drawing will be announced later. You do not need to be present to win. Sponsorships will be available at the golf tournament, the Tour of Homes and online.
All proceeds benefit the CSO and CSOL Music Scholarships.