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SCP Youth Orchestras to Present Ambitious and Historical Program This Sunday

The South Carolina Philharmonic Youth, Repertory and String Orchestras presents their second concert of the season Sunday, February 4, 2018, 3:30 PM at the Koger Center for the Arts, with an exciting and innovative program performed by some of the … Continue reading

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Curing a Fatal Childhood Disease

SC Phil and Cure Sanfilippo Foundation Partner for February 3 Masterworks by Glenn O’Neill, President of Cure Sanfilippo Foundation When my 3 year old daughter Eliza was diagnosed with a terminal disease in 2014, my world stopped.   All of the … Continue reading

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SC Phil Celebrates Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The South Carolina Philharmonic presents Joseph Schwanter’s Morning for the New World Saturday, January 13, 7:30 PM, at the Koger Center for the Arts. “I was excited by the opportunity to engage my work with the profound and deeply felt words … Continue reading

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Great Movie Music Sets Mood and Leaves Lasting Impression

by Kelly Davis From Leonard Bernstein’s On the Waterfront and West Side Story to classics from Stanley Kubrick’s films and the wizarding world of Harry Potter, three of our upcoming concerts feature well-known scores from popular films past and present. … Continue reading

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Ending Family Homelessness in the Midlands

by Lila Anna Sauls, CEO, Homeless No More and Music for a Cause partner for Masterworks 1 We’ve long known the issue of homelessness among families is largely an invisible one. You rarely find families “on the streets,” but instead … Continue reading

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Blue jeans or ball gown?

When the SC Philharmonic first launched Beethoven and Blue Jeans, it seemed like quite the novelty – breaking down the stereotype of what may be considered acceptable attire for a classical concert. These days, it’s not unusual to see a … Continue reading

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Just Another Monday Night Conducting

by Rhonda P. Hunsinger It happened again. The South Carolina Philharmonic’s “Conduct the Phil” events are joyous occasions, as we pop up in various places around the Midlands and invite the public to try their hand at conducting. It’s just … Continue reading

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