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Virtual Koger


Virtual Koger
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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.

Thursday October 14, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
The UofSC School of Music's Chamber Music Residency with the world-renowned Parker Quartet brings a series of public concerts, master classes, community outreach and special opportunities for chamber music enthusiasts each fall and spring.
NPR Virtual Speaker Series is a local public television program presented by Georgia Public Broadcasting.
September 23, 2021 - December 31, 2021
Free and Virtual
Company: Pepatian: Bronx Arts ColLABorative in partnership with BAAS! Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance
May I Dance on Your Screen? is a digital dance exhibition that explores how dance inhabits online space.
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.

Five Minute Specials
Take 5 minutes to discover something you didn't know you were going to love

Lindsey Stirling remains fearless enough to always dream big.  Since the release of her 2012 self-titled debut, the electronic music impresario, violinist, dancer, and artist quietly and humbly became one of the 21st century’s most innovative stars by clinging to her groundbreaking vision of cinematic violin-driven electronic music. Lindsey will bring her Christmas Program to the Koger Center on December 20th.

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An Evening with Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour is a posthumous concert tour featuring a projected image of American singer Whitney Houston. This one of a kind holographic experience reunites audiences with the beloved Queen of Pop using state of the art technology backed by a live band, singers and dancers.

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Freeman Concert Series

Freeman Concert (Original Date November 2020)
Maurice Ravel's four-movement Sonata for Violin and Cello was written in the early 1920's and dedicated to the memory of Claude Debussy, who had died just a couple of years earlier. The Sonata shows Ravel moving away from the lush Impressionism of his younger years and exhibiting the influence of contemporaries such as the Hungarian composers Bela Bartok and Zoltan Kodaly (the latter of whom had just written his own duo for violin and cello a few years earlier). Ravel's Sonata is a virtuosic showpiece for these two instruments and quickly established itself as a staple of the violin-cello duo repertoire.  See this played by Ari Streisfeld (violin) and Claire Bryant (cello) as a part of the Freeman Sunday Concerts:

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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:



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!