Sounds of the Heart with Mandy Harvey coming to Charleston Music Hall

Robin Gibson


By Robin Gibson


The South Carolina School of the Deaf and the Blind Foundation is thrilled to announce, “Sounds of the Heart with Mandy Harvey,” a benefit concert, Thursday, April 18th, at the Charleston Music Hall. Harvey is a deaf singer and songwriter, and former finalist on America’s Got Talent best known for winning Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer.


The show will be hosted by Mayor John Tecklenberg and will include performances from the school’s choir alongside Harvey. All proceeds will go toward the SCSDB Foundation.


“We are trying to teach and model the belief that your visual or hearing disabilities do not limit your ability to become the person you choose to be. Mandy Harvey is an excellent example of this,” says Executive Director of the SCSDB Foundation, Sam Hook.


A pre-show cocktail and meet and greet will take place at 6 PM in the Charleston Music Hall lobby for VIP attendees, with the doors for the show opening at 6:30 PM. Tickets are now available online and will be available to purchase at the door at no additional cost. Tickets range from $20-$35 for students and individuals up to $100 for VIP. Show starts at 7:00 PM.


About The South Carolina School of the Deaf and the Blind Foundation: The Foundation’s mission is to deliver a top-quality, special education environment with a continual investment in new forms of advanced learning, and new methods of delivery. The SC School for the Deaf and the Blind is the state's specialized school for students who are deaf or blind. They serve more than 250 students at their Spartanburg campus and more than 1,400 children through statewide outreach programs.


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