Sigal Music Museum

Sigal Music Museum celebrates music through the ages by entertaining and informing audiences through interactive exhibits, educational programs, and intimate concert performances.

Currently on display at Sigal Music Museum is "Sounds of America," an exhibit that endeavors to tell the story of music in America by examining its artists, recordings, and technologies from 1775 to the present day. The exhibit features a variety of genres and includes some exciting local examples. Exhibit highlights include an interactive recording studio, the first piano ever advertised and sold in America (1775), Josh White's 1943 Martin Guitar, a retrospective of technologies for recording and listening to music, the "Oldest Original" Steinway & Sons piano, and much more!

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 with the goal of creating the leading center for preserving and celebrating global musical narratives. The museum resides in the only remaining building of the 1930s Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Visitors include music aficionados, students, and tourists from across the country and the world.

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General Information
  • Days Open: Tuesday - Sunday
  • Hours of Operation: 10-5, Sunday 1-5
  • ADA Compliant:
  • 100% Smoke Free:
  • Free Wifi:
  • Payment Methods Accepted:
    • Cash
    • Check
    • American Express
    • Discover
    • Master Card
    • Visa
  • Discounts Offered:
    • Group Discounts
    • Military
    • Senior
    • Youth Ages 18 and Under
    • Student
    • Other See Company Website
  • Minutes To GSP Airport: 17
  • Minutes To Downtown Greenville: 4
  • Minutes to Greenville Convention Center: 10
  • Miles to Greenville Convention Center: 4
  • Miles to Bon Secours Wellness Arena: 5
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  • Parking Fee: Hourly parking available on-site
  • Outdoor Picnic Area:
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January

28

Jan 28 2023 - Mar 31 2023

January 28

Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until Mar. 31 2023

Sigal Music Museum is proud to present Sounds of America now through March 2023. This exhibit endeavors to tell the story of music in America by examining its artists,...

Sigal Music Museum

January

29

Jan 29 2023 - Jan 29 2023

January 29

Jan. 29

"100 Years of Rock & Roll, Part 1 -- 1922-1955" Tom Strange: Distinguished Lecture Series A free talk on the history of Rock & Roll from the museum’s curator, Tom...

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February

04

Feb 04 2023 - Feb 04 2023

February 04

Feb. 04

Join Sigal Music Museum for a historical harpsichord concert from Gabriel Smallwood!

Sigal Music Museum

February

05

Feb 05 2023 - Feb 05 2023

February 05

Feb. 05

"100 Years of Rock & Roll, Part 2 -- 1955-2000" David Sims: Distinguished Lecture Series A free talk on the history of Rock & Roll from the museum’s Executive...

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February

09

Feb 09 2023 - Feb 09 2023

February 09

Feb. 09

Join Sigal Music Museum for live music by singer-songwriter Michael Flynn! Michael Flynn is a singer/songwriter most often found yodeling his way through the hills of Saluda,...

Sigal Music Museum

February

19

Feb 19 2023 - Feb 19 2023

February 19

Feb. 19

Join Sigal Music Museum for a concert by the award-winning What Is Noise ensemble! Doors open at 7:00. What Is Noise is an award-winning ensemble that has performed throughout...

Sigal Music Museum

February

22

Feb 22 2023 - Feb 22 2023

February 22

Feb. 22

Join Sigal Music Museum for their monthly afternoon tea on February 22nd, 2023, at 3:00 in the afternoon. Held in the museum, the event will feature savories, sweets, and...

Sigal Music Museum

February

23

Feb 23 2023 - Feb 23 2023

February 23

Feb. 23

Join Sigal Music Museum for a live performance from Tuba Gin! Doors open at 7:00. Tuba Gin The sinuous wisp of a clarinet from a balcony in the French quarter… the sultry...

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