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Reviewed: Ravishing Rachmaninoff

Opera at USC and S.C. Phil: One Weekend, Two Winning Displays

‘Ravishing’ program up next for S.C. Phil

Violinist Sayaka Shoji and Russian composers make up a “ravishing” concert program on Nov. 4.

Reviewed: Beethoven & Blue Jeans

S.C. Phil remained impressive as its conductor kicked off his 10th season.

‘Beethoven & Blue Jeans’ launches milestone season

A Beethoven piano concerto launches Morihiko’s 10th season leading the S.C. Phil Saturday, Oct. 14.

Aflac to sponsor sold-out ‘Musiclipse’

The South Carolina Philharmonic welcomes Aflac as the sponsor of Star Wars Musiclipse.

‘Conduct the Phil’ at Richland Library Learn Freely Fest

A host of new experiences await visitors to Richland Library this Saturday, and conducting a professional orchestra is one of them.

Morihiko’s 10th season begins with new board president

Jarrett O. Coco, Esq. began a two-year term as the Philharmonic’s 39th board president on Saturday, July 1, 2017.

'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.