Sporting a Columbia Fireflies jersey, Music Director Morihiko Nakahara lead the orchestra through an evening of patriotic music, as Segra Park – home of the Columbia Fireflies – provided the largest fireworks display in its history during the musical finale. “It was especially meaningful to present a patriotic music and
The 8th annual Reggaetronic Music Festival is returning to Spence Island on Lake Murray on 19 June 2021. The free-floating festival will take place from 11 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. The lineup this year includes Tropidelic, Little Stranger, Sun Dried Vibes, Lefty at the Washout and others. Reggaetronic is partnering
Columbia City Ballet will be performing Cinderella at the Koger Center March 26 and 27. The 2019-2020 season was cut short because of the initial COVID-19 lockdown measures, days before Columbia City Ballet was scheduled to perform Cinderella at the Koger Center in Columbia. This upcoming will be the first
Columbia Baroque will hold a free online concert, Home for the Holidays, December 4. Peter Hoyt will host this program featuring music for solo instruments and chamber music. The concert opens with music from Paris, as Gail Ann Schroeder performs a Prelude by virtuoso viol player and composer Le Sieur
Reggie Sullivan will return to the Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College this Saturday, November 21 from 4 – 6 pm to host a drive-in concert event featuring Kanika Moore (vocals), Sean Higgins Jr. (piano), Devin Fuller (drums), and Charlton Singleton (trumpet) from the South Carolina Grammy-winning band, Ranky Tanky.
Local music school Freeway Music has launched new virtual and socially distanced technique lessons, showcases, recitals, studio time and music videos, along with new scholarships. As a small business, Freeway Music is rooted in face-to-face interaction and in-person instruction. Once the COVID-19 pandemic limited its ability to open studio doors