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'Star Wars Musiclipse' a complete sellout

The Aug. 20 Star Wars Musiclipse matinee concert – a Total Eclipse Weekend signature event – is completely sold out.

Organ to thunder in majestic finale

As pointed out – correctly – by many, the Koger Center for the Arts does not have an organ. But it will April 22 for the season finale.

Tasting Notes continues to grow in fifth year

Nineteen restaurants and 50 upscale wines will raise funds during Tasting Notes 2017 on Monday, March 27.

Eroica Symphony headlines annual Beethoven concert

The S.C. Phil’s annual celebration of Beethoven features his towering masterpiece the Eroica Symphony Saturday, March 11 at the Koger Center.

Prize-winning pianists to play two big concertos

Two concerto competition winners headline Up Close and Personal, a multimedia concert Saturday, Feb. 4.

S.C. Phil creates Advisory Council, names chair

The S.C. Phil's Board of Directors created an advisory council of area leaders willing to serve as ambassadors for the orchestra.

Star Wars music to set scene for 2017 total eclipse

A matinee concert of Star Wars saga music with Jedi conductor Morihiko Nakahara and the S.C. Phil will set the scene for total eclipse darkness in Columbia.

Reviewed: American Originals

Joined by Bela Fleck, the S.C. Phil delivered a well-timed exploration of American music

"Conduct the Phil" visits S.C. DJJ

Children at the S.C. Dept. of Juvenile Justice were treated to a "Conduct the Phil" event.

Béla Fleck returns to debut his new concerto

Béla Fleck returns with his new banjo concerto – commissioned in part by the S.C. Phil Saturday, Nov. 12.