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Free Events at the Koger Center
Current and upcoming events


Through Out Eyes® Photography Exhibit
On display at the Koger Center Upstairs Gallery November 3 - December 19, 2021.

Due to safety and scheduling issues, reservations are required to view this exhibition. To make a reservation please call (803)777-7500. There will be a limited capacity and masks are required at all times.

A powerful art exhibit and fundraising opportunity featuring the work of homeless photographers.

Exhibition will be from November 3 - December 19, 2021

Proceeds benefit the important work of:
Oliver Gospel, Toby's Place, Family Promise of the Midlands


Tyrone Geter Art Exhibition
On display at the Koger Center Lobby October 29 - December 20, 2021.


Columbia artist Tyrone Geter’s collection of charcoal collages,"Living In the Light of Hell’s Shadow," will be on display in the Koger Center from October 29 - December 20. Mr. Geter's artwork is incorporated as a visual element in conjunction with the Southern Exposure concert; At War with Ourselves - 400 Years of You being performed at the Koger Center on Sunday, November 7 at 3:00 p.m. Get more information here.



282nd Army Band
December 17, 2021 - 7:00 p.m.


Koger Apprentice Program Events

Freeman Concert (Original Date November 2020)
Maurice Ravel's four-movement Sonata for Violin and Cello was written in the early 1920's and dedicated to the memory of Claude Debussy, who had died just a couple of years earlier. The Sonata shows Ravel moving away from the lush Impressionism of his younger years and exhibiting the influence of contemporaries such as the Hungarian composers Bela Bartok and Zoltan Kodaly (the latter of whom had just written his own duo for violin and cello a few years earlier). Ravel's Sonata is a virtuosic showpiece for these two instruments and quickly established itself as a staple of the violin-cello duo repertoire.  See this played by Ari Streisfeld (violin) and Claire Bryant (cello) as a part of the Freeman Sunday Concerts:

Preshow Talk and Concert:

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For more information about educational opportunities at the Koger Center for the Arts: