Located on the University of Kentucky campus, the Singletary Center is a fine arts complex that the commonwealth of Lexington enjoys.
The Otis A. Singletary Center for the Arts opened in 1979 and was named after the 8th University President, who retired in 1987. Dr. Singletary wished to provide a succession of brilliant performances in the concert and recital halls of the arts center. The campus and the center are still hosting performances and many cultural and educational events. It is a go-to cultural resource for University classes and all of Lexington, Kentucky, with an average of 400 events hosted annually.
Walking into the beautiful center, you will notice that the seating is comfortable and the acoustics are top-notch. The stage is grandiose, and many performing arts can be viewed at the Singletary Center, such as ballet, orchestras, concerts, choirs, plays, The Christmas Collage, The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Concert Dramas, The Lexington Philharmonic, etc. The center is also used for local entertainment like piano concerts and plays. If you are visiting Lexington, go to their website and book tickets for amazing entertainment happening here during your visit.