South Carolina Philharmonic: Symphonie Fantastique!

Morihiko 300pxThe music on this edition of Carolina Live comes to you from the Palmetto State—from an excellent orchestra, then from the Choral program at a fine university.The South Carolina Philharmonic presents two works: Henri Tomasi’s Trombone Concerto, with Brad Edwards the soloist, plus Hector Berlioz’ groundbreaking Symphonie Fantastique. Then you’ll hear performances from a number of Choral Masterworks concerts held at Anderson University, with music by Haydn, Bach, Mendelssohn and Handel.  Orchestral flair and vocal brilliance – yours to enjoy on this Carolina Live.

South Carolina Philharmonic: Symphonie Fantastique! 

Henri Tomasi: Trombone Concerto  
Morihiko Nakahara, conductor

Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique
Morihiko Nakahara, conductor

Choirs of Anderson University: Choral Masterworks
Richard Williamson, Director of Choral Activities

Haydn: The Creation
The Anderson University Concert Choir
Deedy Francis, soprano
Chuck Chandler, tenor
Tommy Watson, baritone

J.S. Bach: Christ Lay in Death’s Bonds
Women of the Anderson University Concert Choir

Mendelssohn: Three Sacred Songs
Leigha Pace, soloist

Handel: “Worthy Is the Lamb” from Messiah
Anderson University Concert Choir