Mar 24 2016
Music Inspired by Art: Opus Two Concert

Music Inspired by Art: Opus Two Concert

Presented by USC School of Music at USC School of Music Recital Hall

Opus Two, the duo of William Terwilliger, violin, and Andrew Cooperstock, piano, play a premiere performance of new work by Meira Warshauer inspired by three works of visual art. The three compositions in the program titled Carolina Gallery are inspired by works of S.C. artists and were commissioned for Opus Two with funding from the Office of the Provost at the USC. Artists and artwork are: Christian Thee’s trompe l’oeil (trick of the eye) secret garden Orientation Gallery at the Columbia Museum of Art, Alex Powers’ Perpetuate Slavery Or in the collection of the Columbia Museum of Art, and Philip Mullen’s painting Women in the Country, on permanent display at the Koger Center for the Arts. The concert will include comments by artists and composer, and visual representations of the artworks as part of the performance.

Admission Info


Phone: 803-576-5763

Dates & Times

2016/03/24 - 2016/03/24

Location Info

USC School of Music Recital Hall

813 Assembly Street, Columbia, SC