Links To Knoxville Arts Sites of Interest

Inside of Knoxville — A website full of news and information on topics related to Downtown Knoxville.

The Knoxville Mercury — Knoxville’s only alt-weekly ended print operations in July, 2017, but the website has new and older articles. Many of my classical music reviews from March 2015 to May 2017 can be found here in the archives.

Jack Neely: The Scruffy Citizen — Jack Neely is a noted author on Knoxville history topics and former editor and writer for Metro Pulse. Executive director of the Knoxville History Project

Knoxville Lost and Found — Fascinating blog that reveals the history behind Downtown Knoxville’s missing pieces

Knox County Public Library — The downtown Lawson McGhee branch, in addition to being the obvious great local resource, also contains an extensive collection of classical music CDs and DVDs.

KnoxViews — Commentary from a broad-based and refreshing progressive point of view

Union Avenue Books — Downtown’s independent bookstore—517 Union Ave, Knoxville, TN 37902

Arts and Culture Alliance — The organization provides advocacy, services, and education to the art community.

Tennessee Theatre — 604 S. Gay Street (at Clinch Ave.)

Bijou Theatre — 803 S. Gay Street (at Cumberland Ave.)

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra

Knoxville Opera

University of Tennessee School of Music

Marble City Opera — Knoxville’s chamber opera company

Knoxville Museum of Art

Circle Modern Dance — performances and classes

Flying Anvil Theatre Company

Clarence Brown Theatre

Theatre Knoxville Downtown

Knoxville Children’s Theatre, 109 E. Churchwell Avenue off Central