Rock Hill Symphony expands hometown as ‘cultural asset’

A new story from WFAE 90.7 FM gave a great look yesterday at the role “South Carolina’s newest orchestra” is playing in expanding the cultural offerings of Rock Hill (which boasts one of the charter South Carolina Cultural Districts). 

According to the story: “as the city carves a more distinct identity – i.e., as something other than a suburb of Charlotte – the push to expand Rock Hill’s musical culture scene is a major component.”

The orchestra started in 2018 after its founders realized Rock Hill was the largest South Carolina city without an orchestra. The story goes on to detail the orchestra’s quick growth to a larger concert space and its hopes for a home of its own.

Click here to read more on the station’s website.


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