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Avett Ray Maness is a 6-year-old piano prodigy from Dayton, Ohio, who not only taught himself to play piano by ear – but he’s also blind. “The moment he could pull himself to reach the piano, he was playing the...
Via Music Trades: THE REAL DR. DON SHIRLEY, classical pianist and subject of the movie Green Book, would only perform on a Steinway grand. For historical accuracy’s sake, that meant the filmmakers needed at least three of them. Captured in...
Trinity UMC-Blythewood is seeking an experienced piano accompanist to accompany the chancel choir and serve part-time approximately 5-10 hours a week beginning on July 31st. The individual will be responsible for providing piano accompanist for both the 8:45am as well...
Join us at 3:00pm on Sunday, March 31st as we present the Rice Music House Piano Scholarship winners from the CMTA and Music Clubs of Columbia, SC. These Rising Stars ages 6 to 18 are studying with the top piano...
The Palmetto Chamber Orchestra’s upcoming concert “MOZART AND SALIERI” takes place on February 24, 7 pm at the Incarnation Lutheran Church on Devine St. It’s a rare opportunity to hear Antonio Salieri’s Sinfonia Veneziana performed live in Columbia. Mozart’s famous...
Join us on Sunday, January 27th from 2pm-4pm for a special Jazz Fest for students and teachers! The event features Dr. Bert Ligon, Director of Jazz Studies at the University of South Carolina. He received his Bachelor of Music and his...
Rice Music House and the Columbia Music Teachers Association present a Master Class on January 19th from 1pm-3pm. A light lunch will be served. The class will feature the following students, judged by Dr. Irina Pevsner and Dr. Paul Sanchez...
Join us for a Special Sunday with Steinway as Madeline Beitel and Claudio Olivera will present a program full of variety, including classical German song selections, French and Italian opera arias, Broadway classics and fun songs, as well as solo...
January Events at the School of Music January 2019 Just listen with the vastness of the world in mind. You can’t fail to get the message. – Pierre Boulez, conductor Schedule subject to change. Visit sc.edu/music for up-to-date info. View...
November 2018 “Music is the universal language of mankind.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Schedule subject to change. Visit sc.edu/music for up-to-date info. View as Webpage Thu., Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m. USC Symphony Orchestra: Brahms Symphony No. 1 Koger Center for...