Important Message About ARCA REOPENING POLICIES after COVID-19 closures

From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts closely monitored the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control, the President’s Task Force and Governor Tom Wolf’s office. The health and safety of its Members, patrons, performers and Red Brick Gallery customers and artists are of paramount importance to ARCA. To protect its … Read more

Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra in Foxburg!

On Saturday, November 15 the performance of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra in Foxburg’s Allegheny-Clarion Valley High School brought the packed house to their feet in a standing ovation!  Hear the exciting conclusion of Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony on ARCA’s youtube channel. The 80 musicians of PYSO range in ages from 14-20 and are selected by rigorous … Read more

Jazz and Poetry Scores a Touchdown

Yesterday’s beautifully sunny afternoon (Sunday, November 9) was a win in Lincoln Hall for those who wisely skipped watching the Steelers lose to the New York Jets.  Once again, poets Andy Johnson and Phil Terman read selected works from their own writings, each accompanied by their own group of musicians, poets in their own right … Read more

Generosity to the Community

At a time when the Allegheny River Valley region is blessed to have the Blueprint Communities Initiative, the re-paving of Ritchey Run and the re-opening of the Emlenton Hill road – the November 1 Beatles Tribute Concert presented by Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts in Emlenton’s Crawford Center brought together the contributions of many … Read more