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Past SEPF winners continue to achieve great things
Past SEPF winners continue to achieve great things
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The free Chamber Music Showcase Concert takes place at Tapp's Art Center during Columbia's First Thursday event in June
USC School of Music offers summer programs and events for all ages
One million dollars will establish an endowment fund for music students
The annual awards honor one faculty member from each SEC university who has excelled in teaching, research and scholarship
Guest tenor and nearly 400 performers take to the stage for the rare event
Regional high school string students get coached by members of the Parker Quartet
Opera at USC wraps up the academic year with Firebird Motel and At the Boar's Head
USC Concerto-Aria winners join the USC Symphony Orchestra on March 26
"Music and Society" takes on topics relating music, society and politics with masterful music
University of South Carolina professor is named a winner of The Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Awards
Finalists chosen for USC Chamber Music Day and Competition for high school string quartets
Free concerts take place at the Koger, Richland County Library and Johnson Performance Hall
Joining Dolce Suono is legendary soprano Lucy Shelton and rising-star baritone Jamez McCorkle
Music faculty and Dreher High School Chorus join the orchestra on Feb. 24
The Italian-language opera buffa opens February 20
The annual scholarship fundraising event takes place on January 31
Pianist Charles Fugo and the Sandlapper Singers join the orchestra on January 22
Competing against business majors and others across campus, Kathleen McKinney and Brenton O'Hara took first place in the Maxient Social Impact category
After conducting an extensive national search, the University of South Carolina has appointed Dr. Cormac Cannon to the position of associate director of bands.
James K. Copenhaver, USC band director for more than 30, years died on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Awards were announced Nov. 21, 2014, at the Big Apple downtown Columbia
The Savvy Musician in ACTION recognized by arts and humanities organizations
The Carolina family can enjoy dozens of concerts on campus by renowned faculty throughout the year
Music students and the Richland County Library collaborate for innovative program for children
Guest Artist Adam Golka, piano, plays Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 November 18
University of South Carolina's Southern Exposure New Music Series presents Music from India: Kartik Seshadri and Abhijit Banerjee
Folk tune-inspired music and a special guest bring the Grimm Brothers classic to life Nov. 7-9
The American Prize rewards the best-recorded performances by individual artists and ensembles in the U.S.
Americana: The Music of Leonard Bernstein, George Gershwin and Duke Ellington
The Washington Post described the quartet as having exceptional virtuosity and imaginative interpretation
School of Music opens the W. W. Hootie Johnson Performance Hall with premier ensemble performances on Oct. 12
Unique approach to creative collaboration comes to fruition Sept. 28
"...a fantastic and imaginative approach to brass quintet music."- Chris Botti, Solois
The September Concert features Zuill Bailey, among the most sought after cellists today
The award-winning series of free, innovative concerts opens on Sept. 26 with Brooklyn Rider
A day of sessions for your musical mind, body and wallet takes place Sept. 5.
The premier wind band at Carolina announces a season of free concerts
World-renowned guest artists join the ensemble to bring you a stirring seven-concert season with music by the most dynamic composers.
Five fall concerts offer a diverse repertoire from classical to jazz
Music faculty offer a well-rounded program to advanced music students
Music education students share their passion with Joseph Keels Elementary
Jets crisscross from afar to bring Steinways and virtuoso pianists to the University of South Carolina
The Savvy Musician in Action helps musicians generate more income and impact
The International program provides participants the benefit of more than 300 years of combined experience
Legendary pianist, a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, is the special guest for 2014
The new event acknowledges incoming music students and welcomes them as Gamecocks
#1 NFL draft pick spotted in music appreciation class
School of Music receives support for Parker Quartet's community-based residency
Stephen Meyer has been appointed interim assistant director of bands at the University of South Carolina for the 2014-2015 academic year
Twenty pianists have been chosen from a record number of applicants for the June festival
"Sounds Around Town" brought music to the city around the clock
Winners will perform at Tapp's Art Center during Columbia's First Thursday celebration June 5
School of Music alumni shine at 2014 Southern Division American Choral Directors Association conference
Carlisle Floyd on campus for public master class, lecture recital and informal talk
The USC School of Music's assistant professor of composition has been named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow
Guest artist Cho joins USC Symphony Orchestra for the final concert of the academic year
The Opera America Female Composer Grant will provide funds for new opera
USC was represented well at the 2014 American String Teachers Association National Conference
University of South Carolina choirs join forces for performances of beloved choral work
Rebecca Phillips accepts position as director of bands at Colorado State University
Three days of performances, composer readings, presentations and more take place March 17-19
Mesmerizing circus artists choreographed to classical masterpieces bring magic to the Koger stage
Their debut record was Time Out New York's number one-ranked classical album of 2011
The Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet will coach high school quartets during Chamber Music Day
Joseph Young joins one of America's leading orchestras on June 1, 2014
Recent performances and recordings have garnered positive press
The comic opera in two acts opens Feb. 28 at Drayton Hall
Trinity Cathedral Chamber Singers plumb the depths of innovative choral music
America's much-loved songs will be part of the concert
SPARK: Carolina's Music Leadership Laboratory sponsors a week of career-focused classes, career coaching sessions, and a career fair.
Concerto competition winners perform on the January 23 program
The annual scholarship fundraising event takes place on February 1
Join us on Sunday, January 26, 7:30 p.m. as we celebrate Robert "Bob" Pruzin through music and memories.
Daylong event January 4 provides All-State preparation workshops and master classes
Students of composition and chamber music work with elementary school students
USC Quartet-in-Residence back with expanded programming and outreach
Guest musicians from China join the University of South Carolina Symphony Orchestra for a concert highlighting Tchaikovsky Nov. 12
Music faculty present the work of John Fitz Rogers on November 11
Clinics, recitals and master classes offered on November 9
Jesse Jones' commissioned work getting worldwide performances
Justin DuRant and Caroline Beard are racking up wins
School of Music family and friends, Professor Pruzin's service will be this Friday, Nov. 1, at 11 a.m. at Trinity Cathedral with a reception to follow on the cathedral grounds.
The Grammy Award winning Quartet launches the series on November 19
Dr. Paul Spicer presents graduate seminars and clinics in October
Gamecock school songs and other favorites are now available
School of Music and Jazz Studies area bring extraordinary talent to Columbia Oct. 31
The satirical comic opera in two acts opens November 8
Faculty soloists in the spotlight for October 15 concert
Grant recipient Alma Sehic will learn and teach innovative technique
A Magellan Scholar grant is broadening Kate McKinney's musical education
Praised in the New York Times for their "imaginative phrasing" and "fresh approach and taste for variety, TwoSense launches the season on October 11.
Guest artist Misha Dichter performs Rachmaninoff Sept. 19
CBDNA national conference performance available September 24
Topics range from British punk, Gospel and Mozart to 17th-century French theatrical culture and experimental music
Popular Sunday afternoon series kicks off September 8
His impact will serve as an inspiration for years to come
USC School of Music composition professor premieres work at Bennington Chamber Music Conference
Mettens selected from applicants across the United States
Collective invited to the International Trombone Festival
Legendary pianist Leon Fleisher will be the guest artist for 2014 festival
Inaugural music entrepreneurship retreat develops skills to increase income and impact
Now she's an incoming freshman with a music scholarship
Latest book presents over 130 pages of melodies and duets
Institute offers behind-the-scenes look at the art of conducting
Jesselson/Fugo Duo's CD release gets glowing review.
New CD with USC's Greg Stuart reviewed by alternative publication
The Savvy Musician in ACTION brings 50 attendees from 21 states to retreat at USC
New season launches in September with Misha Dichter, a giant presence in the piano world for nearly half a century
"Wind-band playing of the highest order; what a joyful noise!"
Museum's artist-in-residence program will feature Alarm Will Sound
Festival brings top artists and outstanding young pianists to S.C. in June
Freshman Samantha Marshall wins National Flute Association Master Class Performers Competition
A new baseball opera in one act by USC professor revisits the curse of the Boston Red Socks
The USC Symphony Orchestra wraps up its season with the Brasil Guitar Duo performing the U.S. premiere of a work written especially for them.
Robert Jesselson, USC cello professor, has been named Professor of the Year by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and the Office of the Governor
The award-winning Parker Quartet will be the USC Quartet-in-Residence for 2013. Hailed by The New York Times as "something extraordinary," the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet has rapidly distinguished itself as one of the preeminent ensembles of its generation.
A world of piano music comes to Columbia, SC, for the 11th annual Southeastern Piano Festival. The week-long Festival, June 9 -15, will welcome Armenian, South African, Chinese and Chinese-American pianists.
The University of South Carolina Wind Ensemble released a CD featuring the music of American composer Leonard Bernstein for wind band. Released by Naxos, the world's largest classical music label, the production is the first by Naxos to feature Bernstein.