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South Carolina Philharmonic

An independent 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, the South Carolina Philharmonic performs and promotes high-quality, professional symphonic music, serving the community’s needs for cultural development and education, entertainment and tourism since 1964. The introduction of Music Director Morihiko Nakahara in 2008/2009 ushered in a New Era of Artistic Excellence that is allowing the orchestra to move forward and become the Midlands pre-eminent performing arts group.

Use the links at right to learn our history, find out who serves on our board of directors and staff, who our generous sponsors and loyal supporters are, and more. You might also wish to view our "moment in time" snapshot of the S.C. Phil at 50, which follows Morihiko through a "normal" day of concert prep, from beginning to end. Philharmonic leadership and musicians discuss the orchestra's place in the Midlands and how, after 50 seasons, it's as relevant as ever in the community. Produced by iSite Multimedia and the S.C. Phil.

Adress: 500 Taylor Street Suite 300 Columbia, SC 29201

Phone: (803) 771-7937

Email: info@scphilharmonic.com

Site web: http://www.scphilharmonic.com/

Charleston Symphony Orchestra

Our mission is to inspire and engage our community through exceptional musical performances and educational programs.

In 1936, music lovers Miss Maude Winthrop Gibbon and Mrs. Martha Laurens Patterson founded the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO). The first concert was held December 28, 1936 at Hibernian Hall with Mr. Tony Hadgi conducting. During the first season, the CSO provided the music for The Recruiting Officer, the opening night performance at the newly renovated Dock Street Theatre. DuBose Heyward of Porgy and Bess composed a prologue especially for the concert. The CSO remained in the Dock Street Theatre for three years.

Adress: P.O. Box 30818  Charleston, SC 29417

Phone: (843) 723-7528

Email: info@charlestonsymphony.org

Site web: http://www.charlestonsymphony.com/

Greenville County Youth Orchestras

Gary A. Robinson received a B.F.A. from the University of Connecticut, Education Certification earned at Hartt School of music, an M.M. in Instrumental Conducting from Mississippi College, and a D.M.A. in Orchestral Conducting from the University of South Carolina. He received additional training in orchestral conducting from Symphony School of America, the Florida Festival Conductors Symposium, and the Conductors Guild Conducting Institute.

Gary Robinson has served on the music faculty of the Fine Arts Center and has been the Director of FAC’s Orchestra-in-Residence, the Young Artist Orchestra (formerly Greenville County Youth Orchestra) since 1985. Robinson served as Music Director of Greenville’s Foothills Philharmonic from 2000-2010. In the 1990s, he was an artistic program advisor and guest conductor with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra. Robinson is the Founder of the Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra of Jackson, Mississippi, and has been featured as a guest conductor with the Hendersonville (NC) Symphony Orchestra, the Clemson University Symphony, the Carolina Youth Symphony, and the South Carolina Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Robinson has conducted South Carolina’s All-State Orchestra (1993 and 1997) as well as the New Hampshire All-State Orchestra, and was the featured clinician with the Kenosha (WI) United School District Orchestra Festival. Robinson served as the Producer/Director of Greenville’s Singing Christmas Tree from 1993 until its close in 2000, and has served as Interim Choral Director at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church.

Adress: 102 Pine Knoll Drive Greenville, SC 29609

Phone: (864) 355-3040

Email: info@gcyo.net

Site web: http://gcyo.net/


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