Charleston Symphony rolls out membership club

Posted on: February 9, 2017

South Carolina’s Charleston Symphony Orchestra has launched CSOgo, a membership program designed to “help young and/or busy music lovers experience the symphony on the cheap.” The program, designed for up to 100 members, offers a full-membership option at $35/month, and a $5/month streaming-only version. Full members may attend unlimited concerts with premium seats, networking opportunities, musician post-concert parties, backstage tours, wine tastings with CSO Music Director Ken Lam, and streaming of CSO concert recordings. Online members have unlimited streaming access to the orchestra’s archived performances. Jennifer Metts, the CSO’s director of marketing, says the program “provides the flexibility for someone on-the-go, such as young professionals, to drop in for any performance at the Gaillard Center at an incredible value.”
Posted February 9, 2017