Paramount Theater

Taj Mahal
Published on Apr 19th, 2010
0 comments Blues singer
Edward Arron
Published on Apr 12th, 2010
0 comments Cellist
Lift Ev'ry Voice
Published on Apr 11th, 2010
0 comments Gospel concert to benefit the African American Teaching Fellows of Charlottesville-Albemarle
The Oratorio Society of Virginia
Published on Feb 14th, 2010
0 comments Performing Brahms Requiem arranged for soloists, chorus, and two pianos.
Village Jam
Published on Feb 14th, 2010
0 comments Popular UVA vocal ensemble the Academical Village People hosts other a cappella groups like the Hullabahoos and the Virginia Gentlemen at this this benefit concert for Red Cross relief efforts in...
Bell and Denk: What a way to spend a snowy night (music review)
Published on Feb 11th, 2010
2 comments The man and his Stradivarius. SONY MUSIC PHOTO When we learned we were getting complimentary tickets for the Joshua Bell and Jeremy Denk concert, my wife, herself once second fiddle in the Lane High...
Paramount Theater announces new season
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
4 comments Hot on the heels of the isolated news about an Iron and Wine show in February, The Paramount Theater on the downtown mall has now announced a fairly large slate of new shows for the upcoming spring...
Norah Jones
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
0 comments It seems that the word "chanteuse" has suffered from dramatic overexposure of late, being that these days it's recklessly thrown around every time a mildly successful singer is found to possess...
The African Children's Choir
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
0 comments This mob of African tweens, many of them orphaned by AIDS, travel the word performing at shows like this to raise money for education programs, in some cases musically-oriented ones, which benefit...
Arlo Guthrie
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
0 comments The brains behind the immortal Thanksgiving memorial narrative ramble "Alice's Restaurant" is the son of the inimitable Woody, of course, but he'll play the ill-fitting role of dominant patriarch...
Phil Vassar
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
0 comments Lynchburg-born country songwriter Phil Vassar has penned tunes for Tim McGraw and Alan Jackson since his ascent in the 90's, but had started to draw CMT megastars like Kenny Chesney and Martina...
The Band Of The Irish Guards And Royal Regiment Of Scotland
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
0 comments Military marches and folk songs side-by-side
Joshua Bell and Jeremy Denk
Published on Dec 1st, 2009
0 comments One of the most acclaimed young violinists around these days, perhaps best known for providing, you know, the violin for the score to the 1998 Traveling Pants/Ocean's Eleven hybrid film The Red...
Iron and Wine
Published on Nov 30th, 2009
0 comments So yeah, even though Fleet Fox J. Tillman and his indie-rock whiskers were this whole big thing when he played at the UVA Chapel a while back, the truth is that gentle folk balladeer Sam Beam is...
Canadian Brass
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Probably among the most hight highly regarded brass ensembles in the world, the five Canadian virtuoso brainiacs who spend all their time studying up on the likes of Vivaldi, Beethoven and Wagner...
The Oratorio Society of Virginia
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Christmas tunes
Holiday Spotlight
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Christmas music performed all day. 10:00-10:30 am: Bonnie and Friends 10:45-11:15 am: Charlottesville-Albemarle Saxophone Ensemble 11:30-12:00 pm: Mou'a Vahine Polynesian Dance Co. 12:15-12:45 pm:...
The Virginia Glee Club
Published on Nov 15th, 2009
0 comments UVA vocal ensemble delivers their annual Christmas program
Rhonda Vincent
Published on Nov 15th, 2009
0 comments Contemporary bluegrass singer and fiddler. Grammy nominated progressive bluegrass ensemble the Seldom Scene open.
The Oak Ridge Boys
Published on Oct 18th, 2009
0 comments This classic country act started out rooted in gospel back in the 60's, and after having a go at secular music in the 70's, scored some pop hits and eventually went on to become one of the longest...