Break out your blue jeans and join us in our annual casual celebration of Beethoven.
Rachel Lee Priday, violin
This is a concert you won't want to miss! The audience and musicians are encouraged to wear your favorite pair of blue jeans for a comfortable experience with world-class music. The concert opens with a contemporary piece by Carlos Simon. Guest artist Rachel Lee Priday is the featured soloist for Barber's Violin Concerto followed by Beethoven's 7th Symphony.
Carlos Simon: Fate Now Conquers
Barber: Violin Concerto, op. 14; Rachel Lee Priday, violin
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major
The Koger Center for the Arts is located in downtown Columbia at the corner of Assembly and Greene Streets, 1051 Greene Street.
Parking is available at the Discovery Garage behind the facility and usually costs around $10. Accessible parking is located on Park Street.
Additional garages and street parking are located at least one block away, which is a further walk to the theater but may help you avoid the pre-concert rush. View a parking map.
Valet parking is offered at all Masterworks concerts. The drop off location is in front of the USC School of Music off College Street.
By Soda Cap Connector
The free Soda Cap Connector by the Comet (Route 1) has added a stop on College Street beside Koger Center! You can take the bus to and from the concert for free and avoid the hassle of parking all together! Comet map.
There are excellent restaurants and hotels in the downtown and surrounding areas for every budget.
Bourbon and Baker & Baker Foundation
Notes for Notes Sponsors
Carlos Simon: Fate Now Conquers | Sponsored by David & Doni Jordan
Here are a few pointers on what to expect.
There are other ways to purchase single concert tickets through the Koger Center Box Office.
In-Person at the Koger Center