USC music students perform 24 hours of music
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — University of South Carolina music students are taking performances out of concert halls and bringing melodies to Columbia in a 24-hour celebration.
The concerts shift around town and around-the-clock, beginning Saturday at 9 a.m. in the Rose Garden on the Horseshoe.
Concerts move later in the day to the Thomas Cooper Library, the Russell House, the Five Points fountain on Harden Street and the Columbia Museum of Art on Main Street. Music is also being played at the Whole Foods market on Garners Ferry Road and Nickelodeon Theater on Main Street in the evening.
On Sunday, locations include the South Carolina State House, the top floor of the Discovery Place Parking Garage and the Original Pancake House at Trenholm Square.
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