All That Jazz
Dedicated to enriching communities through arts and culture.
7:30 p.m. | Koger Center for the Arts
It’s jazzy, bluesy, and classical – but mostly just fun – rolled into one evening. Joseph Eller and Phillip Bush join the biggest, baddest jazz ensemble in town on the Koger Center stage. HUGO MONTENEGRO Fanfare for the New
Concerto for Clarinet (watch
Joseph Eller, clarinetGERSHWIN
"Promenade" (Walking the Dog) (watch
Joseph Eller, clarinetRAVEL
Piano Concerto (watch
Phillip Bush, pianoANDY AKIHO Tarnished MirrorsGERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue
Phillip Bush, piano
Mr. Eller is sponsored by Kit & Joel Smith.
Mr. Bush is sponsored by David C. McQuillan, remembering his mother,
Mary Helen Skeels McQuillan, on her 96th birthday.
- Individual-concert tickets are $53, $45, $35, $27, or $23. View seating/pricing.
- BUY NOW at KogerCenterForTheArts.com.
- Call 803.251.2222, or visit the Koger Center Box Office (806 Park St.) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., M-F.
- Discounts available for students and active-duty and retired members of U.S. Armed Forces (phone or in-person orders only).
- College Rush: college students (with valid ID) can get $5 tickets in the grand tier or balcony (based on availability) from 7 p.m. at the door.
NOTE: Additional fees apply to phone and online orders.Programs, artists, dates, and times subject to change.
Going to the concert?
Music for a Cause
Every season, since 2011, the S.C. Phil selects a group of charity partners from the Midlands to help raise awareness for their causes. Each charity is featured at one Masterworks concert during the season. Tonight’s partner is:
Special Olympics South Carolina
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The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.
Learn more at so-sc.org/