Public Health Update: The Coronavirus / COVID-19
Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. EST
In coordination with The Koger Center for the Arts and Harbison Theatre at MTC, we have rescheduled two performances to take place in June, 2020.
The following concerts have been rescheduled:
The reschedule of these two events is with the caveat that these two venues will be able to reopen by those dates. We will continue monitoring the recommendations of local and state authorities on whether it is safe to have these events at their rescheduled times.
Ticketholders should visit scphilharmonic.com/ticket-exchange/ or call Audience Services at 803.771.7937 to learn about their options. *If you have tickets to Best of Broadway at Harbison Theatre at MTC, please reach out to their box office at 803.407.5011 or online here.
As always, the safety and security of our audience, musicians, and employees is our highest priority. We appreciate your understanding and wish you good health, and we look forward to seeing you again soon.
Updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. EST
The South Carolina Philharmonic is committed to the health and safety of our audience and musicians at our concerts. In coordination with Historic Camden, SC State Museum, Harbison Theatre at MTC, and the Pastor’s Study at Lula Drake, we are postponing all events and performances through April 30, 2020, due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19.
The following concerts have been postponed:
Ticketholders should visit scphilharmonic.com/ticket-exchange/ or call Audience Services at 803.771.7937 to learn about their options.
In difficult times, we are sometimes inspired to be creative and innovative in seeking solutions. For the first time in the history of the SC Philharmonic, we virtually performed a Masterworks concert to the world. While we realize that this can't replace the live in-person concert experience for our patrons, we can at least bring people together virtually in a shared music experience to provide us with comfort and joy during a time of crisis. You are all with us in spirit. As my dad likes to say, "This too shall pass." I look forward to the day in the very near future that we are all together again enjoying the live orchestra experience. And when that happens, I will appreciate it even more.
- Rhonda P. Hunsinger, Executive Director of the South Carolina Philharmonic
As our community comes together in this time of crisis, the South Carolina Philharmonic is proud to share performances to provide strength, comfort, and unity. We are excited to share our performance of Phenoms & Schumann for free to our community and beyond during this time of uncertainty.View Live Stream >
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