South Carolina Philharmonic


An Oktoberfest of German, Lutheran musical traditions

Oktoberfests are ubiquitous, but the S.C. Phil’s highlights German and Lutheran musical traditions – and sausage and beer.

Reviewed: Russian Fireworks

The first Masterworks concert of the season was a fiery evening of Russian music.

‘Russian Fireworks’ to set off new season

Familiar faces are set to light the fuse on some Russian Fireworks and set off a new S.C. Phil Masterworks Series.

S.C. Philharmonic announces 26-concert new season

The S.C. Philharmonic heads into a new season of concerts – on and off-stage – “on fire with energy” and “at the top of [its] game” according to recent critical reviews.

Vivid, enchanting music closes S.C. Phil season

Music that evokes vivid mental imagery ranging from fairytale fancy to frightening closes the season Saturday, April 16.

It's time to uncork Tasting Notes 2016

The high-end wine, and gourmet food, samplings of one of the Midlands’ signature fundraising events will raise critical support for the S.C. Phil Monday, March 28.

Get a jump on spring with violinist Shoji

Violinist Sayaka Shoji helps the S.C. Phil welcome spring Saturday, March 12, 2016 at the Koger Center for the Arts.

S.C. Phil to explore classical music’s jazzy side

Orchestral music takes more forms than often realized, and the S.C. Phil will explore its jazzy side in All That Jazz, Saturday, Feb. 6.

Reviewed: All About the Bass (Free Times)

Meyer brings fun to the S.C. Philharmonic

Edgar Meyer is "All About the Bass"

The S.C. Phil welcomes Edgar Meyer, the world’s preeminent double bassist, for its Jan. 9, 2016 concert at the Koger Center.