String Theory's Youth interns are performing a benefit concert for the Chattanooga Room in the Inn. Please check out the info at
The Performing Arts League is hosting a performance by Thomas West. We are celebrating his success as he performs Morales in the opera Carmen. Thomas won the performing Arts League Vocal Competition in 2013. The program will feature the famous German cycle Liederkreis Op. 39 by Robert Schuman alongside a set of Poulenc songs and concluding with three songs by American composer Wayne Oquin who wrote for Thomas a set of songs featuring Southern poets back when he was a student at Juilliard. There will be a reception afterwards.
There is no charge for this event. The Performing Arts League raises funds to promote youth involvement in the performing arts, so if you would like to make a donation, it will be welcomed. Come join us on March 31 and enjoy an afternoon of exceptional music. The location is Saint Paul's Episcopal Church on Pine St in Chattanooga, TN
Don’t miss this year's Hearts 4 the Arts Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon! Sponsored by Chattanooga’s Performing Arts League. The fashion show will feature fashions from K:: A Boutique By Katherine Roberts, Abbey Lane and MILK Boutique. Models include Catharine Bahner Daniels, Lillie Wills, Liz Davidson, Maxine Robertson, Andrea Aaron, Vicki Berghal, Cindy Cornette, Laura Bergland., and Virgina Polley. In addition to the fashion show, we will feature performances from past scholarship/funding recipients including Thomas West, Anne- Marie Ford-Cello, and a Dancer from Ballet Tennessee. The event is Thursday, April 4, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Have a grand time enjoying a delightful gourmet meal as some of Chattanooga’s outstanding models highlight the latest in spring fashions. Don't forget the Baubles sale and then an evening bag sale as well!
Come join the fun on April 4 and help us in providing grants and scholarships to worthy performing arts students and organizations that support and train these students to ensure the future of the arts. More Info..
The purpose of the Performing Arts League Grant program is to encourage the expansion and development of projects that recruit, develop, and/or train young students for participation in all disciplines of the Performing Arts, including Dance, Theatre, and Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Grants are available to organizations that are active participants in such programs. More than one project within the organization may qualify for Grant requests. Only one Grant award will be allocated per organization per year from Performing Arts League. Grant applications are posted on PAL’s website. The deadline for complete application submissions should be received by March 15, 2019.
Scholarships are available to individuals who are active participants in such programs. More than one student within the organization may make scholarship requests. Only one scholarship award will be allocated per student per year from Performing Arts League.
Scholarship applications are posted on PAL’s website. The deadline for complete application submissions should be received by March 31, 2019.