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Greenville’s Thirst for Coca-Cola

The Greenville News featured a wonderful article, written by Judy Bainbridge, contributing writer, on the history of the Coca-Cola building in which the Carolina Music Museum now resides. Read [...]

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July 2019

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FACING SOUTH

Dedicated exhibit and performance rooms will house more than 40 English, European, and American pianos and harpsichords dating from 1570 to 1845.

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Featured Instrument July 2019: John Broadwood Grand Fortepiano, c. 1792, London

Built in 1792, the CMM’s Broadwood grand piano represents a critical instance of keyboard instrument production and firm personnel in the trajectory of the Broadwood company, before significant [...]

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Coming September 13, 2019: “Trumpets Wild & Wonderful”

The exhibit will feature selected pieces from one of the world’s finest collections of over 600 historic brass instruments from the Joe and Joella Utley Collection of Spartanburg, SC. In [...]

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Coming September 2019: “Seven Centuries of Keyboard Instruments”

This exhibit, opening in September 2019, will take the visitor through a tour of the important keyboard developments, from the early fourteenth century with the ‘Eschequer d’ Anglis’ or English [...]

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Carolina Music Museum Soon to be The Sigal Music Museum

Carolina Music Museum Soon To Be The Sigal Music Museum

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Featured Composer July 2019: Undine Smith Moore (1904-1989)

Growing up in Southern Virginia, Undine Smith Moore spent her earliest years in the rural Sussex County town of Jarratt before moving to the City of Petersburg in 1908. Her father, James, worked [...]

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American Musical Instrument Society Annual Meeting

The Carolina Music Museum hosted the annual meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society in May, with over 80 participants meeting over four days to discuss many relevant topics to musical [...]

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Carolina Music Museum Receives World-Class Collection, Changes Name

The Greenville Journal profiles the Carolina Music Museum’s new collection. Read the full article by Melody Cuenca.   Photo courtsey of the Greenville Journal and photographer Will Crooks.