The Carlos Moseley Chamber Music Series brings world-renowned musicians to the intimate venue of Converse’s Daniel Recital Hall. These five concerts are followed by champagne receptions that offer guests the opportunity to meet and talk with the performers. Season subscriptions are open to the public.
Friday evenings in the spring and fall in Downtown Spartanburg mean one thing; it’s time for Jazz on the Square! The City of Spartanburg brings this biannual music series to Morgan Square in Downtown Spartanburg every Friday in April and May and then again in September and October. Shows are from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Live on the Green is a premier concert event presented by Live on the Green LLC, a South Carolina nonprofit dedicated to increasing community vibrancy and economic development in Spartanburg through the use of live music events. Proceeds from this event will be directed to the Live on the Green Fund, a component fund of The Spartanburg County Foundation established to increase community vibrancy and economic development in Spartanburg through the use of live music events.
Music on Main is Downtown Spartanburg’s favorite after-work live music series, a social gathering spot where friends and colleagues get together to enjoy some great music and good times right on Morgan Square The weekly concert is held Thursday evenings from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm in Downtown Spartanburg.
The Spartanburg Community Band is a welcoming organization formed of musicians living in the Spartanburg, SC area. Their mission is to provide free quality performances to the community. Our members are musicians from all walks of life, young to seasoned, amateur to professional. Our common bond is our love of music and our desire to share good music with our friends and neighbors.
The Spartanburg Jazz Ensemble lauched in 1996 and they have been bring Jazz, Big Band, Blues and Funk to the upstate ever since. Stay tuned for gig updates and sound clips in the near future on their Facebook page!
Christened the ‘Showplace of the South’ in 1951, Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium is one of the finest theaters in the country, with seating capacity of 3244 and one of the largest stages in the southeast. As the Carolina’s largest theater, Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium showcases the best in Broadway, Comedy acts and musical entertainment. It also provides a site for local entertainment, sporting events, banquets, and trade shows. Through the years the auditorium has hosted top name acts including Taylor Swift, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Journey, Ray Charles, Hall and Oates, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Alison Krauss, Harry Connick Jr., Neil Young, Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Matthews, Kenny Chesney, David Copperfield, B.B. King, Garrison Keilor, Third Day, Phish and Family Shows including Disney Live and the Shrine Circus.
Now in its 30th season, the Spartanburg Repertory Opera (formerly The Spartanburg Repertory Company), is one of the only community opera companies in the state of South Carolina. They specialize in standard repertoire from the traditions of light opera, operetta, and musical theatre. Each season features carefully selected productions that will delight returning patrons and be appealing for new ones. They strive to expand its audiences with each new show, so that they can serve as many members of our community as possible with the beauty of music and the magic of opera.
Chapman Cultural Center is open every Sunday afternoon, 1-5 p.m., to provide casual and cultural experiences for those who want to “unplug.” Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg Regional History Museum, Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg, and the Student Galleries are all open with free admission. In addition, one or more local musicians will perform a free mini-concert at no charge 2-4 p.m.
Treefalls presents, here in Spartanburg, contemporary chamber music written by living, active composers. Through a series of free concerts, Treefalls endeavors to offer the public inventive and creative new works performed by professional musicians who support New Music. We will select fresh, original pieces from our open Calls for Scores, Commissioning Projects, and active research in the field.