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Cantus in Clemson
Recognized as the "premier men's vocal ensemble in the U.S." by Fanfare Magazine, Cantus will bring its On the Shoulders of Giants program to Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts on Feb. 7. Take a musical journey through the decades as Cantus pays tribute to a range of inspirational artists from Bach, Wagner and Schubert to the more contemporary Elvis, The Beatles and Simon & Garfunkel. Click here for more information.

Roots music in Beaufort
The Beaufort County Library is next on the South Carolina tour of the Smithsonian Institution's New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music. Explore the distinct cultural identities of music that shaped America through this compelling collection of photographs, recordings, instruments, lyrics and artist profiles. Enjoy more than 25 programs including concerts, sing-alongs and instrument-playing for the kids. The exhibition runs through Feb. 4 with programs at various locations. To learn more, click here.

Soundscapes in Columbia
Fans of the band Radiohead might be surprised to learn that lead guitarist Jonny Greenwood has a knack for composing classical music. The South Carolina Philharmonic will perform Greenwood's ethereal and magnetic string orchestra composition Popcorn Superhet Receiver as part of Soundscapes Jan. 14. The evening includes works by Jean Sibelius and a Brahms Double Concerto featuring Edward Arron on cello and Yosuke Kawasakin on violin.

Cookin' the blues in Mauldin
Fill your plate with old-school blues when the Mauldin Cultural Center presents Mac Arnold & Plate Full O' Blues on Jan. 20. Arnold and his signature gas-can guitar will serve up a smokin' feast in one of the newest arts venues in the Upstate.

The joy of music in Anderson
On Jan 27 The Greater Anderson Musical Arts Consortium will present "Joie de Vivre! A French Celebration." The evening promises memorable performances by Camille Saint Saens' Carnival of the Animals along with works by Faure, Debussy and Poulenc and many more.

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