Up Close and Personal
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7:30 p.m. | Koger Center for the Arts
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Go “Up Close and Personal” with two big, Romantic piano concertos as unique angles of the live concert are projected on screens flanking the stage. Get exceptional views of two young pianists, the orchestra, and Morihiko. Every seat is the best seat in the house.LISZT
Piano Concerto No. 1 (Video
Derek Chung, piano
Winner of the 2015 Arthur Fraser International Concerto CompetitionGRIEG
Piano Concerto (Video
Elisabeth Tsai, piano
| Sponsored by David C. McQuillanWinner of the 2014 Arthur Fraser International Concerto CompetitionSIBELIUS
Symphony No. 1 (Video
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- Individual-concert tickets are $53, $45, $37, $29, or $23. Click to see pricing and a seat map.
- 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.
Additional fees apply to phone and online orders.Concert 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. The partner for this concert is Palmetto Place Children's Shelter in Columbia.
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About Palmetto Place Children's Shelter
t is our mission to provide a safe and caring environment for children and teens who have faced abuse, abandonment, neglect and/or homelessness.
Palmetto Place was founded in 1977 by the members of the Junior Woman’s Club of Columbia (JWC). In the early 1970s they became aware of the unique needs and tragic stories of abused and neglected children who needed support and created a plan to help. In June 1976, a special meeting of the club was called, and the membership voted unanimously for its new project, Youth Resources. By January 1977, a home was purchased in Columbia, and Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter was born in April 1977. Since the shelter was founded, more than 7,000 of the Midlands abused, neglected and abandoned children have found a safe, nurturing home at Palmetto Place.
Learn more at PalmettoPlaceShelter.org