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S.C. Arts Commission grant provides operating support to SCP

A $15,892 operating support grant from the S.C. Arts Commission provides operating support to the SCP.

Review: Mozart & More (Free Times)

"Mozart, Modern meld perfectly in Philharmonic program."

SCP honors veterans with free tickets

In appreciation of their service to our country, the SCP is offering veterans free admission to its Friday, Nov. 9 concert.

Electorate can reunify with ‘Made in the U.S.A.’

The SCP presents “Made in the U.S.A.” to reunify the electorate around American classical music, Friday, November 9.

The SCP parades with the Nickelodeon Theater

A quartet of SCP musicians rode in a parade to celebrate the Nickelodeon Theater's new home.

Phil readies for Mozart-centric evening

The music of Mozart makes for a classic fall evening at the SCP’s “Mozart & More” Saturday, October 13.

Review: The Killer B's (Free Times)

"Pianist Hughes dazzles in Philharmonic's season opener."

The State features Concertmaster Mary Lee Taylor Kinosian

Mary Lee Taylor Kinosian, SCP concertmaster, was caught red-handed doing something a lot of her colleagues don’t: getting her nails painted.

"Killer B’s" make for buzz-worthy first SCP concert

Three “killer B’s” of classical music provide buzz for the first SCP concert of the season Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.

SCP announces education and outreach director

Kim Sullivan has joined the SCP as education and outreach director, heading up the orchestra’s educational outreach programs.