The ensemble’s 60th anniversary season spotlights core works of the choral-and-orchestral repertoire, offering Brahms’ Requiem, Handel’s “Messiah” and Bach’s B-Minor Mass.
Broadway comes roaring back this fall to the Peace Center, with nine musical blockbusters.
The festival gives the audience the unique opportunity to engage with filmmakers in several Q&A sessions after the screenings.
This weekend, Asiya Korepanova performs “Rhapsody in Blue” with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra.
Alexander Markov was born in Moscow and studied violin with his father, violinist Albert Markov, with whom he still performs double concertos.
Opera is returning to Greenville!
After a pandemic-driven hiatus of more than a year, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra has returned to the stage with gusto .
She did it all: directing, set building and painting, creating props, designing costumes, supervising makeup, teaching workshops, creating astonishing puppets, and occasionally acting.
The screenings on April 17 will be a little different this year.
Caroline Robinson will take on Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s Concerto for Organ in G with the orchestra Saturday.
Laura Colgate steps onto the stage of the Peace Center this weekend as violin soloist in the “Four Seasons.”
“’night, Mother” is a critically acclaimed play about a difficult topic: a person contemplating suicide. It’s a subject that needs to be openly discussed, said Christopher Rose, who is directing…
The Proud Mary Theatre Company in Spartanburg launches its fourth season with a filmed staging of “The Laramie Project,” commemorating a searing anniversary in the nation’s life. The play opens…
At least two local theaters will soon reopen their doors for live indoor performances, but with limited seating and physical distancing.
As South Carolina continues on the road to fully reopening, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra is looking toward the fall and next spring with great hopes and ambitious plans. The orchestra’s…