WQED celebrates the Allegheny Regional Asset District’s 25th Anniversary by bringing listeners interviews with the civic, cultural and recreational treasures that are funded by RAD and that we as a community value so much.
Founded in 1959, the North Hills Art Center is a place where people throughout the North Hills and surrounding areas could come and learn, express themselves, and appreciate all forms of art. Each year, the Center presents five Gallery Shows and one or two Artisan Markets. The Center's Executive Director, Kim Freithaler, and Board President Diane Pontoriero stopped by to tell us all about the North Hills Art Center.
The Arcade Comedy Theater's Director of Development, Beth Geatches, stopped by WQED-FM to tell us all about the theater. Founded in 2013, the Arcade Comedy Theater is dedicated to making the Pittsburgh community better through comedy.
James Gourlay of the River City Brass stopped by to talk about the band's summer plans, as well as preview their 2019-2020 season.
Pittsburgh Opera General Director Christopher Hahn stopped by WQED-FM to talk about all things opera, including their upcoming season, the new Resident Artists and much more.
Works by Wagner and Fred Rogers highlight the 2019 Pittsburgh Opera Festival. Executive Director Christopher Powell stopped by to talks about this year's performances.
R. Tad Greig, Music Director of the North Pittsburgh Symphonic Band, stopped by to talk about their upcoming performance at Bach, Beethoven and Brunch, the concerts planned for their 2019-2020 season and much more.
Lynette Garlan of the Pittsburgh Savoyards, stopped by WQED-FM to talk about the importance of RAD funding for their organization.