South Carolina Philharmonic


SCP debuts 'Philharmonic Idol' competition

Amateur singers longing for the spotlight can compete for a chance to sing live on the Koger Center stage during the South Carolina Philharmonic’s January “Dancing with the Phil” pops concert.

Philharmonic debuts 'Where in the Midlands is Morihiko?'

The South Carolina Philharmonic is launching its most ambitious and accessible public outreach program yet, thanks to a grant from the Pierrine & Hootie Johnson Fund.

Philharmonic to call 'Ghostbusters' Oct. 25th

Fitting for the week before Halloween, the South Carolina Philharmonic presents a concert titled ‘Ghostbusters’ at the Koger Center on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m.

Nakahara begins first Philharmonic season with 'Fire & Ice'

New Music Director Morihiko Nakahara presents ‘Fire & Ice’ to open his first season with the South Carolina Philharmonic at 7:30 p.m., Saturday Sept. 20 at the Koger Center.

Youth Orchestras to hold Fall 2008 auditions

'Morihiko at the Mansion' opens Philharmonic season with style

South Carolina First Lady Jenny Sanford is the honorary hostess for a 6 p.m. gala at the Governor’s Mansion Thursday, Sept. 4 to welcome Morihiko Nakahara to South Carolina.

Philharmonic honors five for service, citizenship

The 2008 winners of the South Carolina Philharmonic’s awards for service and citizenship have been announced, honoring exceptional support of the orchestra.

SCP announces 2008/2009 season

South Carolina Philharmonic Music Director Morihiko Nakahara begins his tenure in Columbia with a debut 2008/2009 season that introduces new works and faces alongside traditional masterpieces and favorite guest artists.

Philharmonic on the move ... around the corner

Effective June 1, the South Carolina Philharmonic will have a new home to go with new music director Morihiko Nakahara.

Morihiko Nakahara named S.C. Philharmonic Music Director

A two-year search process resulted in Morihiko Nakahara being selected as the South Carolina Philharmonic’s new music director, the fifth in the orchestra’s 45-year history.