Musical performance helps end hunger in SC

SC Philharmonic was started in 1964.

COLUMBIA (WACH)-The South Carolina Philharmonic hosts a Masterworks concert performance as part of its Music For A Cause series to benefit Harvest Hope Foodbank.

There is a current food hardship pressing in midlands and the state.

Columbia ranks as the 13th worst city in the nation for food hardship. South Carolina overall ranks fifth.

The SC Philharmonic has chosen Harvest Hope as its "Music for a Cause" charity partner.

The performance Mother Russia? will take place Saturday, March 24th at the Koger Center for the Arts. Showtime begins at 7:00 p.m featuring pianist Martina Filjak.

Anyone who purchases $29 tickets can make sure 75% of their ticket purchase will be donated to the non-profit.

Donation from these ticket sales only available at Koger Center box office or by calling 803.251.2222, and make sure to mention code â??Harvest Hopeâ?? when buying your tickets.