The SCP’s first commissioned work since 2001 gets a high-profile world premiere Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. when piano duo Marina Lomazov and Joseph Rackers take to the Koger stage.
The SCP was awarded a $13,642 operating support grant for fiscal year 2011 by the S.C. Arts Commission.
Star of famed stages worldwide, Anne Akiko-Meyers plays with the SCP on Oct. 16th.
A collaboration among area businesses is bringing a public art project popular in places like London and Denver to Columbia.
"Music for a Cause" creates partnerships with seven area charities during the “Face the Music” season.
The Face the Music season with a little “Song & Dance” Thursday, Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Koger Center for the Arts.
Grant funding is allowing the South Carolina Philharmonic to resurrect the “Where in the Midlands is Morihiko?” Recital Series.
The South Carolina Philharmonic’s leadership underwent some minor changes when the fiscal year turned over at the beginning of July.
The South Carolina Philharmonic received word today that it is scheduled to make the first national radio broadcast in its 47-year history Friday, June 25 on American Public Media’s “Performance Today.”
The South Carolina Philharmonic is asking the Midlands to Face the Music and remove the barriers between stage and audience during an intimate, exciting 2010/2011 season.
See the S.C. Phil in action.
Our educational and community outreach programs.
Ticket sales alone are not enough to keep the orchestra playing.
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