Now in its 91st season, the Amarillo Symphony is under the direction of Jacomo Rafael Bairos as the organization’s 17th music director and conductor. The appointment of Bairos marks the conclusion of an extensive two year search that amassed 213 applicants from 15 countries. Bairos, an impressive conductor who is elegantly demanding, was selected to lead the organization into an era of exciting and inspiring orchestral music.
Home to more than 50 working studios and galleries representing over 100 local artists as well as the area’s only outdoor sculpture garden.
Founded in Amarillo in 1975 by Neil Hess — produces one of the premier Nutcracker Ballets in the State of Texas and beyond. For over 35 years, it has become a cultural force in the State of Texas. The company has two objectives; to serve as a training ground for aspiring young dancers and to provide enriching dance experiences for the State of Texas.
Combines a schedule of some of the world’s most beloved operas with non-traditional shows. Performances at the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts.
A focal point for the region’s thriving art community, attracting regional and national exhibits.
Established in 1927, ALT is one of the oldest continuously operating community theatres in the country. Managed and operated by a staff of theatre professionals, it has a varied show calendar from August to May.
This is the city’s newest museum with a growing collection of historical artifacts and photos.
This museum features an operational HO scale layout depicting Texas Panhandle railroads, circa 1952-1970. Historic railroad cars used by the U.S. Government are displayed on the tracks behind the museum.
The Texas Air & Space Museum is the new home for one of the world’s most important aviation legends. Beginning February 15,, 2014, N34–one of more than 10,000 Douglas DC-3/C-47 variants built around the world–is now available for the world to see in Amarillo.
Step back in time and enjoy RV’s, camping and lifestyle from the 1920’s to today. Located in Jack Sisemore’s Travel Land.