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Parker Quartet concerts take place in the new Johnson Performance Hall in the Darla Moore School of Business on Tues., March 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sun., March 22 at 5:00 p.m. Sunday’s concert is free and no tickets are needed for this exceptional opportunity to hear world-class musicians in the beautiful new hall. 


For the third year, University of South Carolina music students and advanced high school string quartets will have the remarkable opportunity to work with the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet. The Columbia community benefits with public programs offered. 


The School of Music welcomes back the Parker Quartet, University of South Carolina’s quartet-in-residence, for master classes and coaching, public events, school outreach and special opportunities for chamber music enthusiasts. 


The Alan Ferber Nonet has recently finished recording its new work, "Roots & Transitions" at Systems Two Recording studio in Brooklyn, NY with Alan on trombone, Scott Wendholt, Shane Endsley, Jon Gordon, John Ellis, Charles Pillow, Nate Radley, Bryn Roberts, & Mark Ferber.


Launched in early 2015, SoSCC has already begun commissioning new works based on scientific topics, including descent into a black hole and experiencing frozen time, creating musical "emulsions", creating new compositions of matter and music, making and folding proteins, and more. 


Arrangements now at Sheet Music Plus!

Includes the stunning versions of

Pachelbel’s Canon for Unaccompanied Virtuoso Cello

Mendelssohn’s Wedding March for Unaccompanied Virtuoso Cello


We are ecstatic to announce that we have been awarded an Aaron Copland Fund for Music Recording Grant tfor the production of our debut album! The album will be released on CAG Records in 2015!



July 2, 2015 - Detroit - WDIV-TV news segment of CutTime Simfonica playing Robinson's Pork 'n Beans with improvising musicians Davis West and Derek Reeves


Haven is thrilled to receive a 2015 CMA Classical Commissioning Grant and will partner with Jon Magnussen to create "Twinge," a 40 minute chamber work for soprano, clarinet, and piano inspired by Barry Bearak's New York Times Magazine article recounting stories of survivors from 2004 Indonesian tsunami. 


Art of Élan is honored to receive a CMA Classical Commissioning Grant for its upcoming collaboration with the Formosa Quartet and esteemed composer Lei Liang. The commissioned string quartet takes its inspiration from the vocal music of aboriginal tribes of Taiwan and will be premiered at The San Diego Museum of Art in March of 2016.