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Nakahara foresees energy need for Russian spectacle

Russian music’s bold, dramatic, and passionate sounds are on vivid display at the Koger Center Saturday, Feb. 8th.

Holiday closing schedule

Holiday schedules for the S.C. Phil and Capitol Tickets.

Beethoven's Fifth headlines major concert

Music history’s most famous first four notes headline "Beethoven & Blue Jeans" Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014.

Youth Orchestras make 13/14 debut

More than 200 of the Midlands’ best young instrumentalists take to the Koger Center stage Sunday, Nov. 10.

SCP presents "state-of-the-Moz-art" concert

A fresh-faced piano star helps the SCP showcase Mozart’s beyond-his-years work during Youth Movement.

Cultural Council honors SCP

Community collaborations earned the SCP recognition from the Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties.

Review Roundup: "Opening Night"

Midlands critics review "Opening Night" and Joan Tower's Red Maple.

Golfing with the Phil 5 tees off Nov. 4

The SCP hits the greens to raise some green, Nov. 4 at The Members Club at Woodcreek.

World premiere jump-starts 50th season

A favorite son returns to world premiere a concerto with its composer in attendance, Friday, Oct. 4.

SCP benefits from S.C. Arts Commission support

The SCP was awarded a $24,036 operating support grant for fiscal year 2014 by the S.C. Arts Commission.