Morihiko Nakahara

Morihiko Nakahara conducts the South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra.

Arpad Darazs Singers

adsingers.org. Led by Robert Neese, a student of founding conductor Árpád Darázs, this ensemble performs a varied repertoire of classical and contemporary works including sacred, secular, accompanied and a cappella.


Arts at Ebenezer

1301 Richland St., 803-765-9430, ebenezerlutheran.org. All concerts are free and open to the public.

Sept. 29 — A Taste of the South featuring Glen Ward

Dec. 1 — An A Cappella Christmas with Furman University’s Bell Tower Boys

May 4 — Byrne and Kelly


Arts at Shandon

607 Woodrow St., shandonpresbyterian.org. Church hosts frequent artistic events.


Bill’s Music Shop

701 Meeting St. (West Columbia), 803-796-6477, billsmusicshop.com. Bluegrass and acoustic jam sessions on Fridays, classic country concerts on Saturdays, among other events.


Carolina LifeSong Initiative

803-777-1870. The initiative provides piano instruction and music experiences for people with autism, ADD/ADHD, developmental delays, Down syndrome, hearing and visual impairments and PPD-NOS. Every semester includes a public recital for the students.


Christmas at Red Bank

facebook.com/ChristmasAtRedBank. Holiday concert featuring local rock and folk musicians at Red Bank United Methodist Church.

Dec. 9


Colonial Life Arena

801 Lincoln St., coloniallifearena.com

Sept. 29 — Southern Heat Music Festival 2

Oct. 25 — Chris Stapleton

Dec. 12 — Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Feb. 22 — Fleetwood Mac

March 7 — P!NK

March 13 — Elton John


Columbia Baroque

803-727-8555, columbiabaroque.com. All concerts presented in the USC School of Music Recital Hall.

Sept. 7 — Vivacious Viols

Dec. 18 — Naissance Glorieuse

Jan. 25 — Passionate Purcell     

May 14 — Improvvisato!


Columbia Choral Society

columbiachoralsociety.org

Nov. 2 — Brahms German Requiem (St. Peter’s Catholic Church)

Oct. 14 — South Carolina State State Fair on the WIS Stage


Columbia College

columbiasc.edu

Nov. 3 — Columbia College Choral Clinic (Spears Concert Hall)

Nov. 8 — Columbia College Opera and Musical Scenes Program (Spears Concert Hall)

Nov. 13 — Columbia College Jazz Combos (Spears Concert Hall)

Nov. 19 —  Columbia College Chamber Orchestra (Spears Concert Hal)

Nov. 29 — Columbia College Lessons and Carols Service (College Place Methodist Church)

Dec. 4 —  Columbia College Music Program Student Recital (Spears Concert Hall)

Jan. 26 — Metropolitan Opera Auditions (Spears Concert Hall)

April 5 — Columbia College Spring Musical (Spears Concert Hall)

April 9 — Columbia College Jazz Combos (Spears Concert Hall)

April 11 — Columbia College Choral Concert (Spears Concert Hall)

April 15 — Columbia College Chamber Orchestra (Spears Concert Hall)

April 18 — Columbia College Music Program Student Recital (Spears Concert Hall)


Columbia Community Concert Band

cccb.bandlink.org. All-volunteer, adult, nonprofit band founded in 1981. Concerts at Airport High School.


Columbia Museum of Art

1515 Main St., 803-799-2810, columbiamuseum.org

Oct. 30 — Chamber Music on Main

Jan. 18 — Arts & Draughts

March 5 — Chamber Music on Main

March 22 — Arts & Draughts

May 7 — Chamber Music on Main

June 21 — Arts & Draughts


Dutch Fork Choral Society

dutchforkchoralsociety.com

Formed in 2001, the Dutch Fork Choral Society is a community choir serving the Irmo/Chapin area.


Ensemble Eclectica

facebook.com/Ensemble-Eclectica-1488153464532599

Sept. 14 (Senate’s End)


Famously Hot New Year

famouslyhotnewyear.com

Dec. 31 (Main and Gervais, downtown Columbia)


Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County

803-425-7676, fineartscenter.org. Concerts held in the Wood Auditorium unless otherwise noted.

Sept. 7 — Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir

Sept. 16 — KCMA Fundraiser Concert

Sept. 22 — Lip Sync Battle

Oct. 4-6 — 22nd Carolina Downhome Blues Festival (various locations)

Oct. 13 — Kershaw County Music Association Choral Clinic

Oct. 21 — Camden Community Concert Band (Kendall Park)

Oct. 21 — Brevard Music Scholarship Benefit Concert (Grace Episcopal Church)


Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College

7300 College St., 803-407-5011, harbisontheatre.org

Sept. 21 — Reggie Sullivan Quartet

Oct. 11 — Steep Canyon Rangers

Oct. 16 — National Theatre Live: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Nov. 8 — The Soul Rebels with Tonya Boyd-Cannon

Jan. 18 — The Dick Goodwin Big Band

Jan. 23 — We Shall Overcome featuring Damien Sneed

Feb. 1 — Free Fallin’: Tom Petty Tribute Band

April 25 — Robert Gardiner and the S.C. Jazz Masterworks Ensemble


Lake Murray Symphony Orchestra

803-400-3540, lmso.org

Sept. 23 — Tales of Vienna (Harbison Theatre)

Nov. 18 — Musical Potpourri (Harbison Theatre)

Feb. 17 — A French Toast (Harbison Theatre)

April 28 — Concertos & Cupcakes (Harbison Theatre)

July 3 — Star Spangled Symphonic Salute (Saluda Shoals Park)


Lexington County Choral Society

803-359-8794, lexcochoralsoc.org. All concerts at Saxe-Gotha Presbyterian Church.

Nov. 30, Dec. 1 — Christmas Concerts

March 1 — Winter Concert

May 10 — Spring Concert


Love Peace & Hip-Hop

lovepeacehiphop.com. Organization puts on Columbia’s annual Hip-Hop Family day each April, a day-long outdoor celebration on Main Street representing hip-hop culture in all its various forms — music, dancing, street art and more.

April 13 — Hip-Hop Family Day


Heritage at Lowman

803-732-8800, theheritageatlowman.org. Retirement community hosts occasional concerts.

Sept. 9 — Eunjung Choi, piano

Oct. 14 — Colla Voce, choral ensemble

Nov. 11 — Christopher Berg, classical guitar

Jan. 13 — Capital City Brass Quintet

Feb. 10 — Huiyan Liang & Miguel Hijer, piano and flute

March 17 —  Ryan Knott & Sarah Land, cello and violin


Jam Room Music Festival

jamroommusicfestival.com

Sept. 29


JerryFest

fivepointscolumbia.com. Music festival in Five Points celebrating the life of Jerry Garcia.

Oct. 7


Make Music Day

makemusiccolumbia.org

June 21


The Senate at Tin Roof

1022 Senate St., musicfarm.com

Sept. 13 — ZOSO: Led Zeppelin Tribute

Sept. 14 — Rainbow Kitten Surprise (sold out)

Sept. 16 — Descendents

Sept. 18 — Neck Deep

Sept. 19 — Toad the Wet Sprocket

Sept. 20 — Borgore

Sept. 21 — Old 97’s

Sept. 22 — Jump, Little Children

Sept. 23 — Mat Kearney

Sept. 26 — Future Islands

Oct. 2 — The English Beat

Oct. 3 — Skizzy Mars

Oct. 4 — Shovels & Rope

Oct. 9 — Anderson East

Oct. 11 — Riley Green

Oct. 21 — The Breeders

Oct. 28 — Sebastian Bach

Nov. 1 — Devin Dawson

Nov. 2 — Cannibal Corpse

Nov. 4 — Waterparks

Nov. 5 — Lauv

Nov. 13 — Allen Stone

Nov. 15 — Chris Lane

Nov. 17 — Toro Y Moi

Nov. 23 — Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir


Newberry Opera House

1201 McKibben St., 803-276-6264, newberryoperahouse.com.

Sept. 14 — The Isaacs

Sept. 16 — Shelby Rayne & The Jake Bartley Band - CD

Sept. 21 — Lonestar

Sept. 23 — Claudio Olivera & Madeline Beitel presented by Doug & Bunny Williams

Oct. 4 — John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party: Tribute to Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & The Big Bopper

Oct. 5 — Kentucky Headhunters

Oct. 6 — Rock The Ritz: Heartbreaker, Heart & Led Zeppelin Tribute

Oct. 6 — Jamie O’Neal

Oct. 7 — The Tams

Oct. 9 — Julie Fowlis

Oct. 12 — Gene Watson

Oct. 17 — Damien Escobar

Oct. 18 — The Lincoln Trio

Oct. 19 — Canellakis–Brown Duo

Oct. 28 — Kristi Hood & Richard Maxwell presented by Doug & Bunny Williams

Oct. 31 — ABBA the Concert

Nov. 2  — Confederate Railroad

Nov. 3  — Junior Brown

Nov. 7  — Keb’ Mo’ (solo)

Nov. 9  — Scythian

Nov. 17 — Wycliffe Gordon with the SC Jazz Masterworks Ensemble

Dec. 1 — A Carolina Christmas

Dec. 6 — Christmas With The Lettermen

Dec. 8 — Classic Nashville Roadshow Christmas

Dec. 9 — Big Band Holidays: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Dec. 12 — Asleep at the Wheel: Merry Texas Christmas Y’all

Dec. 13 — Michael W. Smith Christmas Show

Dec. 20 — Jane Lynch’s A Swingin’ Little Christmas

Dec. 21 — Edwin McCain

Jan. 13 — Glenn Miller Orchestra

Jan. 16 — Steve Tyrell

Jan. 17-18 — Travis Tritt (solo acoustic)

Jan. 19 — Jimmy Fortune

Jan. 24 — Black Jacket Symphony presenting Queen’s A Night at the Opera

Jan. 25 — Chris Potter plays The Great American Songbook with the SC Jazz Masterworks Ensemble

Jan. 26 — Fastball

Jan. 31 — Who’s Bad: Michael Jackson Tribute

Feb. 2 — Gaelic Storm

Feb. 4 — Arlo Guthrie featuring Sarah Lee Guthrie

Feb. 8 — The Embers

Feb. 9 — The Fabulous Thunderbirds with Kim Wilson

Feb. 10 — Mary Wilson of the Supremes

Feb. 14 — The Malpass Brothers

Feb. 15 — Delbert McClinton

Feb. 16 — The Del McCoury Band

Feb. 24 — Mayumana presents Currents

Feb. 27 — Guy Penrod

March 1 — Mike Farris & the Roseland Rhythm Revue

March 2 — Paul Thorn

March 3 — Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers

March 4 — Black Violin

March 10 — Great Guitars II presented by Doug & Bunny Williams

March 12 — Danu: St Patrick’s Day Celebration

March 13 — The Oak Ridge Boys

March 16 — Joe Gransden & His Big Band with Francine Reed

March 17 — Siberian Virtuosi

March 24 — A Tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber presented by Doug & Bunny Williams

March 27 — Thalea String Quartet

March 28 — Annie Moses Band

March 29 — Act of Congress

March 30 — Branson on the Road

March 31 — Balsam Range

April 5 — Ronnie McDowell & Amber Hayes      

April 6 — Sandi Patty

April 11 — The Diamonds

April 12 — Rumours: Fleetwood Mac Tribute

April 22 — Newberry Chamber Orchestra

April 28 — Dailey & Vincent Gospel Hour

April 28 — An Evening with Dailey & Vincent

May 2 — Newberry College Jazz Band

May 5 — The No-Name Bluegrass Band presented by Doug & Bunny Williams

May 18 — Rick Alviti: Elvis tribute

May 31 — Little Texas

June 7 — The Righteous Brothers


The Palmetto Mastersingers

803-765-0777, palmettomastersingers.org. An all male chorus that performs everything from The Beatles to Beethoven and Mozart to Motown.

Nov. 17 (St. Andrews Baptist Church) and 18 (Shandon Presbyterian Church) — Holiday Harmonies

Feb. 24 — Festival of Choirs (St. Andrews Baptist Church)

May 4 — Here’s to the Ladies (St.Andrews Baptist Church)


Palmetto Chamber Orchestra

palmettochamberorchestra.weebly.com. Group of professional string educators from the Midlands and high-level, proficient high schoolers and community performers.

Oct. 21 — B&B: From Bach to Bartok and In-between

Dec. 16 — Columbia Celebrates! Holiday Concert

Feb. 24 — Mozart and Salieri

May 12 — Musical Landscapes


Rhythm on the River

West Columbia Riverwalk Park and Amphitheater, rhythmontheriversc.com. Spring and fall concert series by the river in West Columbia.

Sept. 28 — Going Commando Band

Oct. 5 — Tokyo Joe

Oct. 12 — Gaslight Street, Becca Smith

Oct. 19 — Ashes of Old Ways, Emma Kate McLain


The Sandlapper Singers

sandlappersingers.org. The Sandlapper Singers seek to celebrate American choral music and advance the art of ensemble singing through performance, education and outreach.

Oct. 26 (Eastminster Presbyterian Church) and 28 (Columbia College Spears Concert Hall) — Bernstein & Broadway

Dec. 14 (St. Peter’s Catholic Church) and Dec. 15 (Virginia Wingard United Methodist Church) — Christmas Through the Decades  

April 26 — Masters Youth Choir featuring Michael John Trotta (St. Andrews Baptist Church)


Skipp Pearson Jazz Legacy Foundation

skpfoundation.org. Produces shows at Pops Place/Le Cafe Jazz in Finlay Park. All concerts held there unless otherwise noted.

Oct. 6 — Grand opening of Pops Place/Le Café Jazz

Nov. 11 — Salute to Swing in Honor of Veterans Day

Nov. 24 — Salute to Pops/The Golden Glimmer of Jazz

Dec. 9 — Jazz Vespers for Pops

Feb. 14 — Valentine‘s Day at Pops Place/Le Café Jazz

March 3 — Women’s History Month: A Salute to Women in Jazz

May 26 — Return of Jazz Under the Stars at Pops Place

S.C. State Museum

301 Gervais St., 803-898-4921, scmuseum.org

Sept. 25, Oct. 30, Nov. 27, Dec. 18 — Bluegrass Jam Session


South Carolina Philharmonic

803-771-7937, scphilharmonic.com. All concerts at the Koger Center except where noted.

Sept. 29 — Dazzling Debussy

Oct. 29 — Halloween at Hogwarts

Nov. 10 — 20th Century Classics

Dec. 2 — Holiday Pops (Harbison Theatre)

Jan. 12 — Beethoven & Blue Jeans

Feb. 9 — Symphonie Fantastique!

March 16  — Springtime & Shaw

April 7 — The Composer is Dead (Harbison Theatre)

April 27 —  Youth Extravaganza


Southeastern Piano Festival

southeasternpianofestival.com. Presenting evening concerts by renowned pianists on the world music scene today, daily masterclasses, recitals, lessons, and the Arthur Fraser International Piano Competition.  This year’s guest artists include Marc-André Hamelin, Jon Nakamatsu, Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung, Conrad Tao and more.

June 16-23


Sumter Opera House

21 N Main St. (Sumter), 803-246-2500

Sept. 29 — Paula Cole

Oct. 4 — Ambrosia

Oct. 5 — Ranky Tanky with Huntertones

Nov. 3 — Starship

Nov. 9 — Aaron Tippin

Nov. 30 — Sons of Serendip

Dec. 9 — The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra


Tapp’s Arts Center

1644 Main St., 803-988-0013, tappsartscenter.com

Monthly (every second Tuesday) — Songversations


Township Auditorium

1703 Taylor St., 803-576-2350, thetownship.org

Sept. 26 — Brandi Carlile

Oct. 1 — Breaking Benjamin

Oct. 17 — Modest Mouse

Oct. 19 — Newsboys United

Nov. 8 — Rodney Carrington

Nov. 30 — Brett Young

Dec. 1 — Kansas


Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

1100 Sumter St., 803-771-7300, trinitysc.org. In addition to concerts, Trinity offers music-centered services.

Dec. 12 — Community Carol Sing

Dec. 16 — Messiah concert

Jan. 20 —  Special MLK Service

Feb. 24 — I Was Glad concert

April 14 —  Bach B Minor Mass concert


Trustus Theatre

520 Lady St., 803-254-9532, trustus.org

Dec. 4 — Mark Rapp’s Jingle Bell Jazz

Dec. 11 — Soda City Brass Band Holidays


University of South Carolina School of Music

813 Assembly St., 803-777-4280, music.sc.edu. From its symphony orchestra to its many faculty recitals, the USC School of Music is a steady source of music programming. Most events are held at the Koger Center, the school’s Recital Hall (second floor of the music school on Assembly Street next to the Koger Center) and the Johnson Performance Hall in the Darla Moore School of Business.

Sept. 9 — Freeman Sundays @3 (School of Music Recital Hall)

Sept. 10 — Serena Hill-LaRoche Faculty Voice Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Sept. 16 — Michael Harley Faculty Bassoon Recital, with Phillip Bush, piano (School of Music Recital Hall)

Sept. 20 — Arias and Barcarolles Recital: Songs and Instrumental Music of Leonard Bernstein (School of Music Recital Hall)

Sept. 26 — Conor Nelson Guest Artist Flute Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 3 — Ronald Davis Faculty Tuba Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 4 — Sarunas Jankauskas Guest Artist Clarinet Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 11 — Marcìa Porter, soprano, Guest Artist and Lynn Kompass, piano, Faculty Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 12 — Gabriela Lena Frank Composer Portrait (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 14 — Freeman Sundays @3 (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 15 — Opus Two Recital: William Terwilliger, violin and Andrew Cooperstock, piano (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 16 — Duo Cortona premieres works by students of the Gabriela Lena Frank Academy (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 23 — Swing Shift Big Band Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 29 — Philippe Geiss Guest Artist Saxophone Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 5 — USC Percussion Ensemble Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 9 — Phillip Bush Faculty Piano Recital: Piano USA 1918 (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 11 — Percussion Players Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 13 — Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 18 — Palmetto Concert Band (Koger Center for the Arts)

Nov. 19 — Derek Brown, Guest Artist Saxophone Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 28 — Saxophone Ensemble Performance (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 29 — USC Graduate String Quartet Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 30 — Chamber Music Night Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Dec. 1 — New Voices: Music by USC Student Composers (School of Music Recital Hall)

Dec. 2 — Freeman Sundays @3 (School of Music Recital Hall)

Dec. 5 — Gabriela Lena Frank Composer Portrait Concert (Johnson Performance Hall, Darla Moore School of Business)

Dec. 6 — Graduate Vocal Ensemble Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Dec. 7 — Duo Cortona Presents Composers from the Gabriela Frank Creative Academy of Music (School of Music Recital Hall)

Dec. 8 — String Project Concert (Johnson Performance Hall, Darla Moore School of Business)

Jan. 15 — Briana Leaman, oboe, and Joseph Lallo, saxophone, Guest Artist Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Jan. 22 — Charles Fugo Faculty Piano Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Jan. 28 — String Duo Caroline Chin and Brian Snow Guest Artists Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Jan. 30 — Amy Likar Guest Artist Flute Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Feb. 2 — Honors Voice Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Feb. 10 — Freeman Sundays @3 (School of Music Recital Hall)

Feb. 26 — University Chorus Concert

March 3 — Freeman Sundays @3 (School of Music Recital Hall)

March 4 — Lauren Burns-Hodges, Guest Artist Viola Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

March 7 — University Bands Concert (Location TBA)

March 24 — USC Percussion Players Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 6 — Chamber Music Day Concert (School of Music Recital Hall).

April 8 — USC Computer Music Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 9 —  Swing Shift Big Band (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 11 — Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 16 — USC Percussion Ensemble Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 18 — Chamber Music Night Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 25 — University Bands Concert (Location TBA)

April 27 — New Voices: Music by USC Student Composers (School of Music Recital Hall)

USC Choral Music

Vocal music abounds at Carolina, from the prestigious Concert Choir to the uplifting USC Gospel Choir. Concerts listed are free.

Oct. 2 — Graduate Vocal Ensemble Recital (Location TBA)

Oct. 4 — USC Choirs: First Thursday on Main Concert (Main Street United Methodist Church)

Nov. 11 — USC Men’s & USC Women’s Chorus Concert (Location TBA)

Nov. 29 — USC Men’s & USC Women’s Chorus Concert (Location TBA)

Dec. 7 — USC Concert Choir Christmas Concert (Shandon Presbyterian Church)

Dec. 9 — USC Concert Choir Christmas Concert (First Presbyterian Church)

Feb. 7 — USC Concert Choir First Thursday Concert (Location TBA)

Feb. 19 — USC Men’s and Women’s Chorus Concert (Location TBA)

Feb. 21 — Graduate Vocal Ensemble Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 16 — USC Men’s and Women’s Chorus Concert (Location TBA)

April 17 — Carolina Alive Jazz Vocal Ensemble Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 23 — Graduate Vocal Ensemble Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 26 — USC Concert Choir (Location TBA)

April 28 — University Chorus Concert (Location TBA)

USC Jazz Ensembles

The music of Miles, Coltrane, Goodman and many others take center stage as jazz ensembles of all sizes — big bands to small combos — perform “America’s classical music” throughout the year. All concerts are free.

Oct. 2 — USC Jazz Faculty Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Oct. 10 — Michael Wilkinson Faculty Trombone Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 7 — Jazz Combos Recital (Johnson Performance Hall, Darla Moore School of Business)

Nov. 8 — Left Bank Big Band (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov. 14 — Carolina Alive Jazz Vocal Ensemble Concert (School of Music Recital Hall)

Dec. 6 — Jazz Combos Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

Jan. 23 — Mark Dover Guest Artist Clarinet Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

March 21 — USC Jazz Faculty Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

March 28 — Left Bank Big Band (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 2 — Jazz Combos Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

April 29 — Jazz Combos Recital (School of Music Recital Hall)

USC Parker Quartet

For the sixth straight year, the Grammy-winning Parker Quartet is in residence at the School of Music.

Oct. 25 — Parker Quartet Concert

Oct. 26 — Parker Quartet Master Class

Oct. 28 — Parker Quartet Family Concert

April 4 — Parker Quartet Concert

April 5 — Parker Quartet Master Class

April 7 — Parker Quartet Family Concert

USC Southern Exposure New Music Series

This free concert series brings some of the best contemporary classical music and musicians to Columbia.

Sept. 28 — The Living Earth Show (School of Music Recital Hall)

Nov 12 — New Music: JACK Quartet (School of Music Recital Hall)

Jan. 17 — Roomful of Teeth (Johnson Performance Hall, Darla Moore School of Business)

March 29 — Sympatico Percussion (School of Music Recital)

USC Symphony Orchestra

All concerts at the Koger Center.

Sept. 25

Nov. 1

Dec. 4 (With University Choirs)

Feb. 21

March 26

USC Symphonic Winds

The Symphonic Winds perform music that represents both traditional and contemporary genres. Performances are free.

Oct. 7 — USC Symphonic Winds Concert: West Meets East )Koger Center for the Arts)

Nov. 27 — University Band and Symphonic Winds Concert (Koger Center for the Arts)

April 25 — Symphonic Winds Children’s Concert: B is for Band! An Alphabetical Journey Through Music and Music Making (Koger Center for the Arts)

USC Wind Ensemble

The highly regarded USC Wind Ensemble is committed to new music. Performances are free and take place in the Koger Center unless otherwise noted.

Sept. 30

Nov. 15

March 31


Vista After Five

Free concert series outside the The Senate/Tin Roof.

Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

Spring dates TBD

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