The Appalachian Men’s Ensemble celebrates 10 years of singing and fellowship this year.
The newest community choir in the region is based at Emory & Henry College and its creation was inspired by community requests.
Symphony of the Mountains has hired Chris Slone to be its next executive director.
William King Museum of Art announces the receipt of a grant from the C. Bascom Slemp Foundation.
From the first note to the last, theBirthplace of Country Musichas declared its 22nd annualBristol Rhythm & Roots Reunionmusic festival, presented byBallad Health, a resounding success.
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, announces the nationwide release of "Reclaiming Christmas," by award-winning author, Melissa Sneed Wilson.
Cantemus (Latin for "let us sing") was formed by Patty Denmark in the summer of 2014.
The Civic Chorale (formerly known as the Johnson City Civic Chorale) was formed in 1973 by Robert and Jane LaPella.
The public is invited to attend two concerts commemorating 10 years since the founding of the Appalachian Men's Ensemble.
Voices of the Mountains was formed in 2003 when the Bristol Concert Choir and the Kingsport Symphony Chorus merged. Matthew Potterton is the current director.
Cooper Knapp has been involved with Theatre Bristol for only five years, but he has truly embraced the theater.
Theatre Bristol celebrates the 80th year of “Oklahoma” with its production Sept. 22 through Oct. 1 at the Paramount Center for the Arts, Bristol, Tennessee.
Theatre Bristol debuts “The Mockingbird Sings” on its ARTspace Stage Sept. 7 and 11, bookending the 2023 Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion Festival with a special presentation of this Bristol recording sessions story with a Bristol-area cast
Barter Theatre’s fall season features three plays in repertory, a play for children and adults from the Barter Players and related special events.
The works of artists Nicole Santiago and John Lee are on display at the McGlothlin Center Arts Gallery from Sept. 18 to Oct. 14 at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia.
A musical that explores the consequences of relying on half-truths is presented in September at the McGlothlin Center for the Arts at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia.
William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, has begun a program aimed at providing a fun outlet for creativity for older adults.
Established in 2001, the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival celebrates Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia’s music heritage as the birthplace of country music.
Just about as far northeast in Tennessee as you can get, you’ll find a county that is half Cherokee National Forest and half Watauga Lake, where people still get together and play music on their front porches.
The Birthplace of Country Music Museum in historic downtown Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee announced it has been recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2023 Travelers’ Choice award winner for attractions.
The memoirs of regional writer Anne Armstong have been printed by the University of Tennessee Press, and the press is planning to reprint her famous novel “This Day and Time.”
A performance by renowned international opera star Michael Austin highlights the fall season of the McGlothlin Center for the Arts at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia.
Storytelling Live!, the International Storytelling Center’s celebrated teller-in-residence series, continues its season in September.