South Carolina Philharmonic

The Symphony League

The Symphony League is an organization of around 200 men and women who volunteer many hours to support the South Carolina Philharmonic and music education and appreciation in the Midlands. The League is a sponsor of the Masterworks Series at the platinum level and also supports Link Up Concerts, the Youth Orchestras, post-concert receptions, the Arthur Fraser International Piano Competition as a part of the Southeastern Piano Festival and "Parties with a Purpose" (more information below) held throughout the year and other special fundraising events.

Mission Statement

To foster, promote, and increase musical knowledge and appreciation of the performing arts in the community and to cooperate with and support the S.C. Philharmonic.

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Join, and Make A Difference

We invite you to join the Symphony League and to share in the work of the organization. No musical knowledge is necessary - just a desire to promote and support one of our region’s most important cultural resources: the South Carolina Philharmonic under the direction of Morihiko Nakahara. 

When you join, you will become a valued partner in helping the S.C. Philharmonic maintain its legacy of musical excellence, community outreach, and education.


  • Individual: $55
  • Family: $75 (includes spouse/partner and children)
  • Supporting: $100 (if you wish to provide extra financial support)
  • LIFE: $1,000 (plus $25 annually for printing and mailing expenses)

Next Meeting

Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, 10 a.m.
Home of Anna Paige Durant
1 Holiday Court
Columbia, SC 29223 (Wildewood)
Special guests: Music Director Morihiko Nakahara, Rev. Ed McDowell, Jr. (Columbia City Council)

Parties with a Purpose

The Symphony League has a full slate of festive, fun events with a variety of seasonal themes in a variety of locations - all with the goal of supporting the S.C. Phil!

Next event

Coming soon!

The 2016/2017 Symphony League Executive Committee:

  • Cheryl & Boyd Black, Co-Presidents
  • Jennifer Savitz, First Vice President
  • Jean Cook, Recording Secretary
  • Nancy Epting, Corresponding Secretary (endowment)
  • Ann Britton, Treasurer