2400 Stadium Rd.
Lynchburg, VA 24501
Phone: (434) 847-1045
Fax: (434) 846-0086
Celebrating over 20 years of outstanding concert performances, this symphony orchestra provides quality classical music during its seven concert season which includes two for young people and a free outdoor concert with fireworks for the community.
Music, dance, theatre, and visual arts come together at the Academy. They offer a wide range of performances, workshops, and classes in performing and visual arts, as well as a great variety of musical and theatrical performances throughout the year.
This playhouse has been bring top national and regional musical acts to Lynchburg for over 18 years and they present renowned artists performing America's best R&B, jazz, and blues several times a month, as well as conduct workshops.
Enjoy watching wonderful Hollywood movies and films at this cinema that features a large concession stand, comfortable seats, and ten large screens.
Renaissance Theatre is located in historic downtown Lynchburg and offers patrons an enjoyable night of live theatre in an intimate, black box setting. Generally, performances are held for three-weekends on Friday & Saturday evenings starting at 8 p.m.
One of the most widely traveled vocal groups in the state, this 100 plus choral group is comprised of members who represent 15 different communities in and around Central Virginia. The society performs classical music at least four times each year in Lynchburg.
Lynchburg's only live, professional theater company, this theater group produces six mainstage productions each year, in addition to operating the Cherry Tree Players School for the Performing Arts.
The Avoca Museum, located in Altavista is an apt place for history lovers. Filled with vintage pieces and items dating back to the Civil War era, the museum has a true touch of local history and culture. Apart from being a historic landmark and a museum, it also used to be a beautiful house. The museum facility also serves as a rental space for private events and weddings. This historic place is sure to add a touch of grandeur to your celebrations.
Founded in 1989, this community orchestra serves Bedford County and surrounding communities. The orchestra has two seasons per year, ending in free public concerts in the spring and fall. Their repertoire consists of orchestral scores representing the baroque, classical, impressionistic, and romantic periods, as well as contemporary movie scores, jazz, and pop arrangements.
Great blues music, a backyard barbecue competition, a beer and wine cafe, and much more is featured during this entertaining event.
One of the first buildings in Bedford City to earn a place in the National Register of Historic Places, the Bedford Meeting House is a neat brick building built in the Greek Revival architectural style. Standing tall since 1838, this historic meeting house was originally built as Bedford’s pioneering Methodist church. Currently serving as the headquarters for the Bedford Historical Society, tours can be arranged by appointment. The Bedford Historic Meeting House can also be hired for weddings.
Founded in 1975, Little Town Players is open to anyone who wishes to participate in any phase of the productions. Features productions including Charley's Aunt, To Gillian on her 37th Birthday, Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, and Perfect Wedding.