Musical Feast 2016
Saturday, January 30, 6:00 p.m.
300 Senate Street, Columbia, SC
Join us for an outstanding gourmet dinner and music by some of the best musicians in the nation. The annual Musical Feast raises scholarship money for talented young music students at USC. What better way to spend a winter evening than feasting on delicious food and excellent music?
The evening includes cocktails, fine cuisine and musical entertainment by acclaimed
musicians: Bert Ligon & Craig Butterfield Duo; Scott Price, solo piano; and Jacob
Will, baritone. Fine cuisine by chef Bertrand Gilli.
Cocktail attire, black tie optional.
$150 per person or $125 per person for Friends members. A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible.
Call 803-576-5763 or email email@example.com.
Friends help keep the music playing
Friends show their support for the continued growth and success of the USC School of Music by providing music scholarships to students, encouraging community participation in musical events, and by sponsoring special activities.
By becoming a Friend, you benefit from a special relationship with the university. Since its inception, Friends have provided almost half a million dollars to outstanding students of music at USC.
Join us in our commitment to the dedicated and talented students and faculty of USC School of Music. Because of people like you, more students have more opportunities to become noted performers, composers and educators. Be a part of our vision for one of the foremost schools of music in the country.
Friends annual events
Friends enjoy the company of like-minded music enthusiasts and School of Music alumni and receive invitations to special annual events including:
- Musical Feast
Friends are invited to an annual fundraising event featuring music by faculty and students.
- Annual Business Meeting
Become a Friend
For more information, contact the School of Music at 803-576-5763 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our School of Music is most fortunate to have a group of supporters who are so deeply committed to the activities and achievements of our school. The Friends help sustain the work of the School as one of our most valuable partners, helping enhance the quality of the education provided to our students and the musical events available to the people of South Carolina and beyond.
--Tayloe Harding, Dean, School of Music
Scholarships are awarded annually by the Friends of the School of Music to worthy students currently enrolled at the School of Music. The Friends scholarship recipients are:
Andrea Brown, oboe, West Columbia, SC
Ian Prichard, voice, Augusta, GA
Benjamin Spagnuolo, clarinet, Pawleys Island, SC
Elizabeth Gergel, cello, Asheville, NC
Daniel Long, piano, Manquin, VA
Kenneth Cox, flute, Georgetown, SC
Christopher Murphy, saxophone, Simpsonville, SC
Zoe Rosner, viola, Charlottesville, VA