Shandon Presbyterian Church
If you’ve never heard women’s voices singing in four parts, you’re in for a treat hearing SHE Sings choral ensemble . And if you have heard their performance, you’ll certainly want to come back! SHE Sings was founded in 2018 to serve the needs of our community both chorally and charitably. The singers are under the leadership of three of Columbia’s female conductors, Fredna Lee, Lillian Quackenbush and Paula Wilson, with accompanist Lucinda Shields.
701 Whaley is a restored historic building and is a thriving community center that boasts unique event rental spaces, 701 Center for Contemporary Art, office suites, live/work lofts, and thehallway:communityart, a showcase for local artists.A popular venue for rehearsal dinners, weddings, fundraisers, meetings, arts and music events, 701 Whaley can accommodate a wide range of special occasions. Located in the heart of Columbia’s Olympia Mill Village, this lovingly restored 1903 building was once the community center for the mill workers of the area. It is now one of Columbia’s most sought-after locations.
1626 on Main
1626, features an architecturally interesting mezzanine level that completely encircles the main level. The new space is a perfect fit for hosting live music, comedy, and other entertainment offerings. Space includes a full-service menu and bar along with convenient parking in Cannon garage.
St. Joseph Catholic Church
St. Joseph’s Parish has a rich history of sacred music for over 40 years. The Sacred Music Program strives to foster communal sung prayer and to glorify God through the rich history of Sacred chant, polyphony, hymnody, and choral literature of the Church.
Shandon United Methodist Church
|MUSIC AND ARTS Experience Shandon's dynamic music and arts – building the body of Christ through God's creative gifts. Chancel Choir The Chancel Choir performs a variety of music including classical, traditional, hymns and spirituals. It rehearses and sings in worship weekly. The choir performs with orchestra several times a years. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings from 7:15-8:45 p.m., late August-mid-June. Wesley Ringers Shandon’s adult hand bell ensemble rings for various worship services September-May and occasionally for special services. The Ringers rehearse Monday evenings from 5:30-6:30 p.m. LIFELINE BAND Shandon’s rock band fills the 11:05 a.m. LifeLine contemporary service with a beat. This group of volunteers and professionals plays each Sunday morning and for special events. Non-musical volunteers are welcome to help with set-up and break-down of equipment. SEASONAL MUSIC SERVICES MUSICAL CELEBRATIONS Beautiful and inspiring music is performed at various times during the seasons of Advent/Christmas and Lent/Easter by the Chancel Choir along with Orchestra, Capital City Brass and soloists.|
W. Hootie Johnson Hall
The W. W. Hootie Johnson Performance Hall (1014 Greene St., level 1) is a 500-seat hall in the new Darla Moore School of Business building, designed by Raphael Viñoly Architects of New York. The recently completed building adds more flexibility to meet the performance needs of students, faculty and guest artists and will set a new standard for innovation and energy efficiency in higher-education facilities. It is located adjacent to the School of Music and Koger Center buildings.