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SCP to be broadcast nationally for first time Friday

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.”

Face the Music during the SCP's 47th season

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.

Nakahara agrees to contract renewal

The South Carolina Philharmonic announced that Music Director Morihiko Nakahara agreed to a four-year contract renewal that keeps Nakahara with the SCP through the 2014/2015 season.

Philharmonic Luau to bring festive air to downtown

The islands beckon you to an enticing Hawaiian-style luau to celebrate another successful season and raise money for the South Carolina Philharmonic, 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 13 at The Hall at Senate’s End in Columbia.

Rising star of piano closes SCP season

Pianist Martina Filjak, rising star and winner of a prestigious competition to begin the concert year, closes the South Carolina Philharmonic season at the Koger Center on Saturday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m.

Composer Margaret Brouwer to attend SCP's March 27th concert

The South Carolina Philharmonic announced today that composer Margaret Brouwer is to attend its 7:30 p.m. March 27th concert at the Koger Center to hear Michi Wiancko play the violin concerto Brouwer wrote just for her.

Relieve spring fever at SCP's "Dance, Dance, Dance"

For those looking to relieve spring fever, the South Carolina Philharmonic recommends an evening of energy at “Dance, Dance, Dance” on Saturday, March 27, 7:30 p.m. at the Koger Center.

Philharmonic to help Harvest Hope feed Midlands' hungry

The nationwide Orchestras Feeding America food drive is giving the South Carolina Philharmonic a platform to help Harvest Hope feed the hungry in the Midlands with a Saturday, March 27 food drive.

Winter Weather Statement

The SCP plans no schedule changes for Saturday night’s 7:30 p.m. “From Russia, with Love” concert.

SCP celebrating love of music on Valentine's weekend

The South Carolina Philharmonic is offering two concerts and more than 200 musicians to help the Midlands show how much it loves music during Valentine’s weekend.