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SCP seeking new "Music for a Cause" partners

The SCP is seeking applicants to be “Music for a Cause” partner charities during the 2013/2014 season – the orchestra’s 50th.

Painted Violins returning in March

Visual and performance art combine again when “Painted Violins” returns Thursday, March 7 during First Thursdays on Main.

Carnegie Hall program excites 6,000 children about SCP

The SCP will play with some unique guest artists when more than 7,000 visit to play recorder and sing along with the orchestra.

Youth Orchestras prep for Feb. 10 concert

More than 200 of the Midlands’ best young instrumentalists take to the Koger Center stage Sunday, Feb. 10 for the SCP Youth Orchestras’ next concert.

Review: "Beethoven & Blue Jeans" (Free Times)

"A concert of rejoicing."

A symphony for Mahler's own "Eternal Love"

The SCP plans to do its part to prepare audiences for Valentine’s Day with “Eternal Love,” coming to the Koger Center Feb. 9.

Beethoven and blue jeans together again

The SCP plans another of its successful classical and casual fusions during Beethoven & Blue Jeans on Saturday, Jan. 12.

SCP’s Hunsinger to receive Renaissance Foundation award

SCP Executive Director Rhonda Hunsinger is the winner of a 2012 Passing the Torch Award from Columbia’s Renaissance Foundation.

S.C. Arts Commission grant provides operating support to SCP

A $15,892 operating support grant from the S.C. Arts Commission provides operating support to the SCP.

Review: Mozart & More (Free Times)

"Mozart, Modern meld perfectly in Philharmonic program."