Entertainment in the Blue Ridge Mountains
There are many options for Entertainment in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Here we've featured symphony orchestra venues as well as inspiring professional musical theatres featuring world-class actors, singers, directors and designers. Many offer cutting edge interdisciplinary work and full length major work. You'll also find professional dance companies as well as opera houses and even listening rooms and social clubs.
Asheville Lyric Opera is a professional, non-profit Opera Company that provides a variety of theatrical experiences at the Diana Wortham Theatre.
2 South Pack Square
North Carolina, Asheville 28801
Folkmoot USA is the State International Festival of North Carolina. Countries invited to perform in the 2012 Festival are New Zealand, France, Serbia, Belgium, Puerto Rico, Phillipines, Ukraine, Indonesia, Hawaii and Peru.
112 Virginia Avenue
North Carolina, Waynesville 28786
The orchestra is comprised of accomplished amateur, semi-professional and professional musicians who volunteer their time in an effort to make orchestral music more accessible to the community. BRO presents quality symphonic music in a variety of settings for a diverse audience, and serves as a leader in culture and music education for the Asheville area. BRO is one of Asheville's hidden musical treasures.
8 Amelia Court
North Carolina, Arden 28704
Brevard Music Center is a summer institute and a festival on a 180-acre campus where more than 400 students (14 through post-college), come to study with members of a distinguished artist faculty and with renowned guest artists. For seven weeks, students participate in a vigorous program of instruction that includes ensembles, private lessons, and chamber music. Brevard's hallmark event starts in June and runs through August, with more than 80 concerts and a total audience of more than 30,000.
349 Andante Lane
North Carolina, Brevard 28712
The Co-ed shows current movies within walking distance to downtown restaurants. Co-ed has been Brevard's theater for over 75 years. (It's name was changed to Co-ed when Brevard College became a co-educational school in 1934.)
79 West Main Street
North Carolina, Brevard 28721