Sun., Oct. 1
Russell House Patio Stage
Musical Tribute to Richard Greener as part of Southern Exposure series
In a bridge connecting the university and nation’s present with its past — and a clear-eyed
look at racial injustices that are still perpetuated today — UofSC music faculty perform
works commissioned for the 2018 unveiling of the Cooper Library statue dedicated to
Richard T. Greener, the university’s first African American professor and the first
Black graduate of Harvard. By Valerie Coleman and Jeff Scott, two of the country’s
leading African American composers, “Glory” and “A Pioneer’s Opus” celebrate Greener’s
life and legacy, setting his own words, original poetry, and Langston Hughes’ “Let
American be America Again.”
This outdoor concert for a limited audience, held at the Russell House Patio Stage not far from Greener’s statue, will be socially distanced. The audience will be required to wear face coverings. More info here.
INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE @ MAC
An engaging and interactive concert for middle schoolers featuring scripted programs
by UofSC student performers Julia Jacobsen, Ellis McLarty, Kai Yi Zhang, Ji Hi, Alberto
Pelisier & hosted by alumni Susan Zhang & Nick Luby
Fri, Nov 13
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
Midland Arts Conservatory - 3806 N Main St, Columbia, SC 29203
CONCERT TRUCK COMMUNITY HEROES KICKOFF CONCERT
Open to the public — FREE!
A community performance featuring UofSC School of Music faculty David Cutler, Clifford Leaman, Lynn Kompass, Phillip Bush, Ari Streisfeld, and Claire Bryant and alumni Susan Zhang & Nick Luby with special guests.
Fri, Nov 13
Riverbanks Zoo Entrance Parking Lot - 500 Wildlife Pkwy, Columbia, SC 29210
UofSC CHAMBER MUSIC @ SODA CITY
Informal, community chamber music to accompany a fine Saturday morning downtown!
Soda City Market - Corner of Lady and Main
Wed., Nov. 18
"Love, Joy, Peace” dedicated to and to benefit of Transitions Homeless Shelter
Students of Dr. Tina Stallard, voice present a livestream performance.
Sun., Nov. 29
5 –6 p.m. Streamed Free