All Events | Starting today
The Ultimate Oscars
Get ready for the Oscars with a retrospective of Academy Award-winning film scores. From composers John Barry to John Williams, you'll hear unforgettable music from movies such as The Lord of the Rings, The Godfather, Doctor Zhivago, Titanic and many more.
The Cantor & the Kabbalat
Cantor Henry Shapiro, accompanied by Roi Mezare on clarinet, will debut his suite of original melodies for the entire Kabbalat Shabbat service.
Adam Kossler Concert
Adam Kossler will be performing a solo concert for the Pittsburgh Classical Guitar Society concert series. Dr. Kossler has been a top prizewinner in a number of international guitar competitions including the Boston Guitarfest, Columbus Guitar Symposium, and many others. Dr. Kossler performs regularly as a solo artist, as a member of the NOVA Guitar Quartet, and with the Kossler Guitar Trio alongside his father Bill and brother John. General admission $25; member admission $21.
CMU Wind Ensemble Concert
he Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble, under the direction of George Vosburgh, Thomas Thompson, and Stephen Story, will perform their first concert of 2016 on Saturday, February 6th. This concert will feature Joseph Willcox Jenkins' American Overture for Band, Karl Husa's Music for Prague 1968, Frigyes Hidas's Concerto for Bassoon (featuring Shane M. Gillen as the soloist), Alex Marthaler'sTurning in Air-World Premiere, and Barber'sCommando March.$10 Regular Admission$5 Senior Citizen (65+) AdmissionAll students, along with CMU/Pitt faculty and staff, are free w/ valid ID.
Marianne Cornetti Returns
A special evening with Butler County native Marianne Cornetti. The internationally-renowned mezzo-soprano will sing Hector Berlioz' cantata, The Death of Cleopatra, and a few of her signature opera arias. The concert also includes Ottorino Respighi's Fountains of Rome. Music Director Matthew Kraemer presents a pre-concert lecture at 6:30.
Indiana Brass Band
The Indiana Brass Band will present a concert of period music preformed on Civil War era instruments. Free will offering
The Russians Are Coming
Tuesday Musical Club pianist Jack Kurutz and colleagues present a program entitled "The Russians Are Coming." Free and open to the public.
Nyad came to national attention in the 1970s for swimming around Manhattan and then from the Bahamas to Florida. In 2013, at the age of 64, she became the first person to swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida without the aid of a shark cage. Nyad is also a journalist who has been regularly featured on NPR and ABC’s Wide World of Sports.
Imagination takes flight and time stands still in the mystical world of Jorden Morris’ Peter Pan. Atmospheric scenery transports audiences through starry skies to the tangled forests of Neverland and the decks of Hook’s Jolly Roger. Set to works by English composers, high-flying choreography and aerial acrobatics animate a fantastical realm where fairies flit through the sky, pirates patrol the waters and Peter Pan leads his Lost Boys in endless adventure.
Juraj Valcuha returns to conduct Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet Overture, inspired by Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers; Dvorak's most beloved cello concerto, featuring the PSO debut of Joshua Roman; Wagner's passionate "Prelude und Liebestod" from the opera Tristan und Isolde, and excerpts from Bizet's fiery Carmen suites.