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S.C. Phil presents Béla Fleck: soloist and composer

Banjo superstar Béla Fleck returns for a May 3 engagement with the S.C. Phil with a new title: composer.

Jazzy concert puts Roaring Twenties on stage

The Roaring Twenties return when the S.C. Phil presents a jazz and blues inspired concert Saturday, April 5.

Tasting Notes wine and food celebration to raise funds for S.C. Phil

Tasting Notes is once again pairing diverse wines and Midlands restaurants to raise money for the S.C. Phil Monday, March 24, 2014.

S.C. Phil selected to help assess Carnegie Hall program

The S.C. Phil is one of just nine orchestras chosen to help assess Link Up, an in-school music education curriculum.

Carnegie Hall program makes musicians of Midlands children

The Carnegie Hall Weill Music Institute (WMI) and South Carolina Philharmonic are teamed with nearly 90 Midlands schools for WMI’s innovative Link Up program.

Review: "Beethoven & Blue Jeans" (Free Times)

Denim in D Minor

Nakahara foresees energy need for Russian spectacle

Russian music’s bold, dramatic, and passionate sounds are on vivid display at the Koger Center Saturday, Feb. 8th.

Holiday closing schedule

Holiday schedules for the S.C. Phil and Capitol Tickets.

Beethoven's Fifth headlines major concert

Music history’s most famous first four notes headline "Beethoven & Blue Jeans" Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014.

Youth Orchestras make 13/14 debut

More than 200 of the Midlands’ best young instrumentalists take to the Koger Center stage Sunday, Nov. 10.