The Beaver Valley Community Concert Association began in 1936. From 1940 to 1944, World War II eclipsed the concerts until the '44-'45 Season resumed activity through 1956. In the early 50's The Longines Symphonette appeared. The BVCCA has continued non-stop since the '71-'72 Season. We are proud to have brought "World class entertainment at affordable prices" to the Beaver Valley in the 240 concerts which we have presented during our past 59 seasons. 2015-2016 will mark our 60th season.
Many famous performers have appeared on our stage; several more than once. They include:
The Pittsburgh Symphony, Norman Luboff Choir, "I Do, I Do"(musical), Mitch Miller, Victor Borge, Roberta Peters, George Shearing Quintet, Peter Nero, Glen Miller Orchestra, and Robert Merrill h5>'80s John Raitt, Ferrante & Teicher, Jack Daniels Silver Coronet Band, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, The Tamburitzans, Rodger Wagner Chorale, Stars of the Lawerence Welk Show, Montovani Orchestra, and The Philadelphia Mummers
Pat Boone, Florence Henderson, Rodger Williams,The Pied Pipers, Mel Torme, Helen Reddy, "Forever Plaid"(musical), Xavier Cugat Orchestra, River City Brass, and the Sigmund Romberg Orchestra
Three Mo' Tenors, The Four Freshmen, Artie Shaw Orchestra, Freddy Cole Quartet,The Four Lads, Mac Frampton, and Hudson Chad
Daniel Rodriquez "The Singing Policeman", The Mills Brothers, Glen Miller Orchestra, The Four Aces, Vanessa Campagna, The Beaver Valley Chorale, Broadway Today, Masters of Motown, Ricky Nelson Remembered and TAP – The Show, Back on Broadway, The Diamonds, Bach to the Future, An Evening with Hal Linden, Live From Nashville, Fernando Varela, Simply Sinatra, Let’s Hang On, The Wonderful Wizard of Song, Brian Roman, Bandstand Boogie featuring The Diamonds, The McCartney Years, Equinox Little Big Band, The Four Lads, The Mancini Magic, Tenore, The Four Freshmen, ABBAFab, Sidestreet Strutters, Tony Pace