Russell T.

Russell T. Perkins Saxophonists

The Carolina Panorama is excited to announce that Russell T. & the Essence of Jazz will be the featured entertainment for the 2023 Circle of Love Dinner.

Russell T. Perkins is a native of Columbia, South Carolina. He is a smooth jazz saxophonist who creates “feel good-vibes” with every performance. Russell T., as he is called in the music community, engages his audience and is known for his eclectic musical repertoire. His playlist spans several genres and musical periods. He credits his ability to play the saxophone as a gift from God and loves speaking the universal language of music.

Join the Carolina Panorama for its sixth Circle of Love Valentine Social Fundraiser. The event will take place on Saturday, February 11, 2023 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Top of Carolina, South Carolina's only revolving restaurant, located at 900 Barnwell Street.

You are invited to an elegant evening featuring live music and dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Columbia. Tickets can be purchased online at www.carolinaboxoffice.com.

The Circle of Love fundraiser will give the community an opportunity to partake of one of Columbia's finest venues while experiencing local talent. You will have an unforgettable experience while circulating funds back into the community to help us promote Positive News for a Positive Community. This is a Carolina Panorama Signature Event.

Tickets and sponsorships are available. For additional information, e-mail patriciaabraham@carolinapanorama.com or call (803) 256-4015.

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