P.O. Box 261 | 450 W. Main Street, Suite 100 | Covington, VA 24445 | 540-962-ARTS (2787)

P.O. Box 261 | 450 W. Main Street, Suite 100
Covington, VA 24445 | 540-962-ARTS (2787)

They're BAAAACK for an encore performance!
It's taken us ten years but our audience loved the 3 Redneck Tenors so much that we had to have them return. Since their last visit to the Alleghany Highlands, they were chosen top finalists on "America's Got Talent" and have been thrilling audiences across the globe. The Historic Masonic Theatre has seen its renovation to completion since that time as well and that is where you can see them perform on Monday, May 1 at 7:30 pm. For more info or tickets go to www.alleghanyarts4all.com or call 540-962-ARTS (2787)
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Theyre BAAAACK for an encore performance!
Its taken us ten years but our audience loved the 3 Redneck Tenors so much that we had to have them return. Since their last visit to the Alleghany Highlands, they were chosen top finalists on Americas Got Talent and have been thrilling audiences across the globe. The Historic Masonic Theatre has seen its renovation to completion since that time as well and that is where you can see them perform on Monday, May 1 at 7:30 pm. For more info or tickets go to www.alleghanyarts4all.com or call 540-962-ARTS (2787)

Tonight at 7:30 in Curfman Hall. Covington High School. Go go www.AlleghanyArts4All.com for tickets and info.The Annie Moses Band presents American Rhapsody, a panoramic exploration of America and her music. Featuring favorites from Aaron Copland, George Gershwin, a... ... See MoreSee Less

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They have arrived! The fine musicians that make up the Annie Moses Band braved the torrential rain and tornadoes to drive in from Nashville so they can perform for us. Please come out tonight (Mon.Apr. 16) to Covington High School at 7:30 PM and make them welcome. Get tickets at the door or at www.AlleghanyArts4All.com ... See MoreSee Less

They have arrived! The fine musicians that make up the Annie Moses Band braved the torrential rain and tornadoes to drive in from Nashville so they can perform for us.  Please come out tonight (Mon.Apr. 16) to Covington High School at 7:30 PM and make them welcome. Get tickets at the door or at www.AlleghanyArts4All.com

2 months ago

Alleghany Highlands ARTS COUNCIL

Adrew Edlin (as Winston Churchill), enlightening a polite and inteligent audience at Covington High School this morning.The kids loved him and learned a great deal about history and diplomacy. He will do the same at Alleghany High School tomorrow.
THE PUBLIC PERFORMANCE BEGINS TONIGHT AT 7:30 PM AT CHS. Call 962-ARTS for more information or purchse your ticket at the door.
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Adrew Edlin (as Winston Churchill), enlightening a polite and inteligent audience at Covington High School this morning.The kids loved him and learned a great deal about history and diplomacy.  He will do the same at Alleghany High School tomorrow. 
THE PUBLIC PERFORMANCE BEGINS TONIGHT AT 7:30 PM AT CHS. Call 962-ARTS for more information or purchse your ticket at the door.

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Another great performance brought to us by the Alleghany Highlands Arts Council! Thank you.

Would love to be there....Howard & I really enjoyed "The Darkest Hour"

Monday evening December 11 will be a very special night at Curfman Hall in Covington High School. The Alleghany Highlands Arts Council will present the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra performing its annual installation of holiday cheer with their Holiday Pops concert.

This year's guest soloist is American Idol star, Michael Lynche who will handle vocals on traditional favorites like "Silent Night", "O Holy Night", and "Joy to the World". The orchestra will play everything from Vaughan Williams' "Fantasia on Greensleeves" to Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" to Anderson's orchestral classic "Sleigh Ride". Other moving seasonal pieces will culminate in the annual tradition of the "Holiday Pops Sing-a-long"

The event is supported by a Touring Assistance Grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts as well as a generous grant from the Alleghany Foundation.

To add to the magic of the evening, there will be a ceremony during intermission to dedicate the new seating in the auditorium. The Arts Council mounted a campaign over a year ago to raise $75,000 in community funds necessary for the Covington City School system to secure a capitol improvement loan from the state to do much-needed work at the high school. The old seats, while refurbished in the late 1980's, are the original chairs from the days the school was built in 1939. The new seats were installed last week and are larger and more comfortable, offering greater handicap seating for student use as well as community events. Individuals and businesses who made contributions to the effort will be recognized as special guests at the event.

Tickets for the event are $25 adults and $8 students and are on sale at the Arts Council office at 450 W. Main Street in Covington and their website www.alleghanyarts4all.com. They can also be purchased at the door at CHS Monday evening. The public can reserve tickets or acquire more information by calling 962-ARTS (2787).
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Monday evening December 11 will be a very special night at Curfman Hall in Covington High School. The Alleghany Highlands Arts Council will present the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra performing its annual installation of holiday cheer with their Holiday Pops concert. 
 
This years guest soloist is American Idol star, Michael Lynche who will handle vocals on traditional favorites like Silent Night, O Holy Night, and Joy to the World. The orchestra will play everything from Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Greensleeves to Tchaikovskys The Nutcracker to  Andersons orchestral classic Sleigh Ride.     Other moving seasonal pieces will culminate in the annual tradition of the Holiday Pops Sing-a-long

 The event is supported by a Touring Assistance Grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts as well as a generous grant from the Alleghany Foundation.

To add to the magic of the evening, there will be a ceremony during intermission to dedicate the new seating in the auditorium. The Arts Council mounted a campaign over a year ago to raise $75,000 in community funds necessary for the Covington City School system to secure a capitol improvement loan from the state to do much-needed work at the high school. The old seats, while refurbished in the late 1980s, are the original chairs from the days the school was built in 1939. The new seats were installed last week and are larger and more comfortable, offering greater handicap seating for student use as well as community events.  Individuals and businesses who made contributions to the effort will be recognized as special guests at the event.

Tickets for the event are $25 adults and $8 students and are on sale at the Arts Council office at 450 W. Main Street in Covington and their website www.alleghanyarts4all.com. They can also be purchased at the door at CHS Monday evening. The public can reserve tickets or acquire more information by calling 962-ARTS (2787).

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