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Even though we have started hosting live events at the Koger Center again, we know that not everyone is ready to come back just yet, but we can still be a part of your lives. Join us online for a Virtual Koger experience.

 
The University of South Carolina School of Music
The UofSC School of Music has a very active and frequently updated YouTube page with videos of faculty and student performances, many from the Koger Center stage. Check out upcoming live stream events from the UofSC School of Music HERE and check out the all the videos on their YouTube page HERE.
 
 
The South Carolina Philharmonic presents Beethoven and Blue Jeans
This concert may be enjoyed in person or live streamed.
Saturday, April 24 - 6:00 and 8:00 p.m.
The annual Beethoven and Blue Jeans concert includes his Fidelio Overture and Symphony no. 2, along with Emotive Transformations by contemporary American composer, James Lee III.
You may buy tickets for the virtual concert HERE.
Buy your tickets for the live concert HERE.
 
 
LINCOLN CENTER THEATRE ARCHIVES
Private Reels from the LCT Archive
Private Reels: From the LCT Archives will allow audiences the opportunity to experience past award-winning LCT productions in full. Recorded during a performance with the resulting excerpts used for promotional purposes, it was never intended that the productions would be shown in their entirety. The newly edited footage of the performances will give viewers the opportunity to revisit or discover these LCT shows in full.
 
 
Gagosian Premiers
Anselm Kiefer
Featuring James Cuno, Hugo Marchand, Florent, and Hannah O'Neill
The fifth episode of Gagosian Premieres celebrates Anselm Kiefer: Field of Cloth of Gold - a new exhibition at Gagosian, Le Bourget - with a conversation between the artist and art historian James Cuno and a debut ballet performance by Hugo Marchand and Hannah O'Neill, choreographed by Florent Melac and set to music composed by Steve Reich.
More information here.
 
PBS - American Masters
TWYLA MOVES
Explore legendary choreographer Twyla Tharpe's career and famously rigorous creative process, with original interviews, first-hand glimpses of her at work and rare archival footage of select performances from her more than 160 choreographed works.
Watch here.
 
 
 
Five Minute Specials
Take 5 minutes to discover something you didn't know you were going to love
 
Liz Calloway
Liz Calloway is an American singer, actress and recording artist, who is best known for having provided the singing voices for many female characters in animated films. She is also known for her many Broadway performances.
See her perform HERE.
 
Jeanne Robertson
Jeanne Robertson is an American homorist, motivational speaker, a former Miss North Carolina, and a former physical educational teacher. Robertson has achieved national attention as a humorist and speaker.
 
 
 
Bandstand Virtual Resource Guide

While we are eager to gather again at the Koger Center to witness the curtain rise for another round of spectacular live performances, for now we are embracing our community virtually. During this intermission as we await the next act, please enjoy these online resources for a taste of the magic behind the Tony-winning Broadway musical Bandstand!

RESOURCE GUIDE

  

 

Virtual Tour of the Philip Mullen Collection at the Koger Center for the Arts 

We are fortunate to have artwork by Philip Mullen on all three levels of the Koger Center, now you may take a virtual tour of this collection. For more information and a link to the tour click here:

VIRTUAL TOUR

 

Koger Center for the Arts Roundup Podcast

On the Koger Center Arts Roundup, Nate Terracio interviews influential members of the arts community in Columbia, South Carolina. The podcast covers fine arts, arts management, production, and much more! 

ARTS ROUNDUP