Elegant and Down-to-Earth Exciting. Enthusiastic. Energetic. Elegant. That's how people describe Cornelia Kodkani-Laemmli, the new music director and conductor of the Symphony of the Mountains Orchestra.
Arts Alliance Mountain Empire, publisher of A! Magazine for the Arts, is very proud to announce that the online version of A! Magazine is now more interactive and user-friendly.
Nationally-acclaimed Broadway stars Raymond Saar and Diane Ketchie will join the Symphony of the Mountains Orchestra in a tribute to favorite songs of the stage and screen.
The Birthplace of Country Music Alliance and the Bristol YWCA will present a documentary film series showcasing the roots of traditional Appalachian music.
The Winter Arts Array Film Series kicks off this month. Showings are Mondays and Tuesdays at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at Abingdon Cinemall.
While Warsaw was almost completely leveled in World War II, Krakow — situated about 200 miles to the south — survived with little damage. As Poland's national capital until 1596, it benefited from both sacred and secular building programs that crea
The Virginia Commission for the Arts announces a series of free statewide grant workshops. One of the workshops will be held in Bristol Jan. 30 at Virginia Intermont College.
Stardust is generating much anticipation ahead of its summer release.
Registration for the Conference is underway and the public is invited to participate in all sessions. Early registration discounts will be offered through Feb. 28.
The Tennessee Alliance for Arts Education provides a service to the National Symphony Orchestraby recommending deserving students in Tennessee for the Symphony's Summer Music Institute at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in
In conjunction with its Feb. 18 concert, Step into the Music with the Whole Family, the Symphony of the Mountains is providing outreach programs to area schools
Since 1965, the Friends of the Reece Museum, a non-profit support organization for the B. Carroll Reece Museum at East Tennessee State University, has played an integral role in the museum's success, with members providing a variety of valuable
RICHMOND, VA — The annual Art Works for Virginia Conference and Arts Advocacy Day with the state legislature will be held Jan. 25-26 in Richmond. Who Should Attend? Artists, board and staff leaders of Virginia arts organizations, arts educators, and ar
Professor Don LaPlant recently was named the winner of the Charles M. Getchell Award for his play, "Two Body Problems." The award, which carries a $1,000 prize, goes to the winner of a playwriting competition sponsored by the South
Building relationships with prospective donors begins with placing them first, according to an article published in the December 2006 issue of The Major Gifts Report and written by East Tennessee State University Vice President for University Advanceme
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor Cornelia Kodkani-Laemmli will join The Duke Ellington Orchestra for two evenings of classy jazz Jan. 12 and 13.
Mary Anne Snyder-Sowers has been distinguished as one of the leading achievers from around the country, in being selected to "Who's Who of American Women, 2007."