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Sigal Music Museum
Sigal Music Museum’s collection of hundreds of historic instruments—harpsichords, pianos, woodwinds, and more—includes a 1575 Baffo Italian Virginal spinet, a 1761 Kirkman Double Manual Harpsichord owned by Queen Charlotte, early American banjos, ornate ivory baroque recorders, a rare triple flageolet and traditional West African instruments. They hold regular concerts by diverse and renowned musicians and ensembles.
The Carolina Music Museum is now known as the “Sigal Music Museum” thanks to a generous gift of the expansive Marlowe A. Sigal Collection. The museum is a 501(c)3 organization founded by Greenville arts advocates a with a goal to create the leading center for preserving and celebrating global musical narratives. The museum resides in the only remaining building of the 1930’s Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Visitors include music aficionados, students, and tourists from across the country and world.