University of South Carolina

Give Today!

Continued: SCI

8:30 p.m., USC School of Music Band Hall, Room 108 -- USC Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds perform works by Howard Quilling, Mark Lewis, Nebojsa Macura, Andy Francis, Robert Denham, Lan-chee Lam and Joseph Koykkar.

Saturday, Nov. 13
10 a.m., USC School of Music recital hall -- USC String Project Orchestra and Congaree New Horizons Band and guest performers perform works by J. Richard Freese, Brandon Hendrix, Richard Williamson, David Mendoza, Asha Srinisivan, Dan Swilley, James Chaudoir, Timothy Brown, David Heinick and Robert Fleisher.

1 p.m., School of Music recital hall -- Left Bank Big Band and World Symphonic Jazz Orchestra perform works by Michael Boyd, Doug Davis, Tom Petersen, Benjamin Taylor and David Vayo.

3 p.m., School of Music recital hall -- School of Music chamber musicians perform works by Helena Michelson, Jim Puckett, Chad Powers, James Jensen, Mike McFerron, Jeffrey Ouper, Jianjung He, Eun Young Lee, Zach Zubow, Vera Ivanova.

7:30 p.m., Koger Center for the Arts -- South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra perform works by John Fitz Rogers, Kevin Walczyk.

Sunday, Nov. 14
8:30 a.m., School of Music recital hall -- School of Music Percussion Ensemble performs works by James David, Eric Guinivan, Seung-Hye Kim, Ed Martin, Bryan Penkrot, Richard Power, Ju Ri Seo, David van Gilluwe and Douglas Pew.

10 a.m., School of Music recital hall – Guest artists will perform works by Matthew Saunders, Girard Kratz, Christopher Dietz, Lothar Kreck, Michael Young and Shawn Hundley.

1 p.m., School of Music recital hall – Guest artists will perform works by Maria Niederberger, Nicholas Omiccioli, Paul Osterfeld, Daniel Perttu, Zane Merritt and Mark Phillips.

3 p.m., School of Music recital hall -- University of South Carolina Chamber Innovista performs works by David Smooke, Christopher Coleman, Peiying Yuan, Mei-Fang Lin, Joo Won Park, Timothy Polashek and Ron Wray.

Story Continues:  1  |  2  |  3PrintEmail

Related Links

News

Features

Media Relations

USC Times