Freeman Sundays @3 concert series kicks off Sept. 15
Throughout the academic year you can enjoy concerts by the University of South Carolina’s renowned music faculty in fresh and vibrant chamber music programs that pair canonic masterpieces alongside brand-new works. Named for philanthropist Cornelia Freeman, the concerts raise scholarship money for gifted music students.
The five concerts take place at 3 p.m. in the School of Music Recital Hall (813 Assembly St.) from September to April. See the full season.
The season's opening concert is Sunday, Sep. 15 - Apertures in Time
Franz Schubert – Sonata in A major
Phillip Bush, piano
Ernest Bloch – Suite for Viola and Piano
Daniel Sweaney, viola, and Lynn Kompass, piano
Greg Stuart – Aerosol Aperture
Ari Streisfeld, violin; Greg Stuart, percussion/electronics; USC Experimental Music Workshop
Single concerts: $15 adults; $10 seniors, USC faculty and staff; $5 students.
Free for School of Music students, faculty and staff.
Save with the series: $50 adults; $40 seniors, USC faculty and staff.
Purchase tickets online or at the door.