DEAN STREATOR CONCERT SERIES
DEAN STREATOR CONCERT SERIES 2020
2:30 PM START
VERIZON - Channel 32 COMCAST - Channel 7
To ensure the well-being of both audience members and musicians, the Dean Streator Summer Concert Series will take place
virtually on Bethel Park TV each Sunday from July 12, through August 16, 2020, at 2:30 PM.
Please mark your calendar for the televised concerts now, and tune in for toe-tapping afternoons from Community Band South, New Vintage Big Band, Mon Valley Community Band, Allegheny Brass Band, Keystone Barbershop Chorus, and Pittsburgh Banjo Club.
***There will not be any live performances at the BP Community Center this summer.
Encore performances of the 2019 concerts by each of these entertaining musical ensembles will be rebroadcast via Bethel Park TV on Sunday afternoons at 2:30 PM, following the original schedule. Verizon cable subscribers may view BPTV on channel 32; those with Comcast, channel 7.
The Bethel Park Community Foundation Trustees sincerely hope that our very loyal audience members will watch and enjoy the Sunday performances from the comfort and safety of their own homes.
Live musical performances will resume as soon as it is safe and practical to do so. Please stay tuned for updated information regarding the Dean Streator Concert Series’ annual holiday performance in December, featuring Community Band South, Bethel Park High’s Top Twenty One, and the Southminster Church Bell Ringers.
Bethel Park Community Foundation’s 2020
Dean Streator Summer Concert Series
All Concerts broadcast over Bethel Park TV at 2:30 PM:
Sunday, July 12. Community Band South
Sunday, July 19. New Vintage Big Band
Sunday, July 26. Mon Valley Community Band
Sunday, August 2. Allegheny Brass Band
Sunday, August 9. Keystone Barbershop Chorus
Sunday, August 16. Pittsburgh Banjo Club
In 2014, the series was renamed the Dean Streator Concert Series. Dean was a longtime trustee of the Bethel Park Community Foundation. He founded and organized the Foundation's sponsored summer & holiday concert series, featuring amateur and semi-professional musical ensembles from the region
Dean Streator (1927-2016)