The South Carolina Philharmonic is celebrating the recent move of its offices to Main Street in Columbia, South Carolina with an open-house event on October 7 at 5 p.m. The public is invited to the explore the new space, which includes a music library, and to meet orchestra staff and listen to live music on the street; light food and drink will be available. Admission is free and masks are required for entry. In a press release, Executive Director Rhonda Hunsinger said, “With the continued growth and vibrancy of Main Street, we are excited to have a presence here and provide easy access to information about our concerts and events.” The orchestra joins other nonprofits arts organizations located in downtown Columbia, including the Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia City Ballet, and the Nickelodeon. The open house coincides with the orchestra’s opening Masterworks concert week, when Music Director Morihiko Nakahara will lead music by Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, Antonio Vivaldi, and Andrea Gabrieli/Mark Scatterday.