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Literary Evening with Emily St. John Mandel
Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures presents a Literary Evening with Emily St. John Mandel. Mandel's poetic post-technology Station Eleven follows a troupe of Shakespearean actors as they tour an America ravaged a generation earlier by a global flu pandemic. All four of her novels were Indie Next Picks, and The Singer’s Gun was the 2014 winner of the Prix Mystere de la Critique in France.Squirrel Hill’s local independent bookstore Classic Lines Books & More will be selling copies of Mandel’s books before and after her lecture.
02/15/2016


President's Day Concert featuring Copland's Lincoln Portrait
KDKA's Lynn Hayes-Freeland narrates Arron Copland's Lincoln Portrait. PYSO will permorm other works prior to the Copland. Dessert reception follows, featuring exhibition of 100 photographs of Lincoln. Tickets $15 in advance; $20 at the door.
02/15/2016


PSA Music 101: Declan McGovern, PSO General Manager
Music 101 is a series of lunchtime lecture-performances presented by PSO musicians and key staff. In an intimate setting, musicians discuss their lives, careers and instruments, together with short performances. Declan will use audio and video clips to illustrate his talk about managing orchestras in Ireland and Pittsburgh: "Orchestral Perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic.$2 admission (free for students) benefits the Orchestra, no reservations necessary. A brown-bag lunch may be ordered by calling 412.361.3346 or emailing PSAmusic101@gmail.com.
02/17/2016


Music 101: Declan McGovern "Both Sides of the Atlantic"
Declan McGovern, the PSO's vice president for orchestra operations and general manager, give his "Orchestral Perspectives from Both Sides of the Atlantic." Music 101 lets fans get up-close-and-personal with symphony musicians, conductors, composers, and key staff through a series of informal lunchtime lecture-performances.
02/17/2016


CMU School of Drama presents-The Full Monty, The Broadway Musical
The Full Monty is directed by Patrick Wilson. Performances will be take place on February 18 and 27 at 8 pm with additional performances on Feb. 20 and Feb. 27, 2pm-4pm. The Full Monty is a story about desperation, hope and humanity. Based on the film of the same name, this American musical shifts the story from Sheffield, England to Buffalo, New York; but it could be anywhere. Anywhere people have experienced unemployment, felt stagnant in their own lives, or had a desire to take their clothes off for money. This hilariously touching story proves that with determination and grit, anything is possible—even going The Full Monty.
02/18/2016


27
Spotlighting Pittsburgh native Gertrude Stein, Ricky Ian Gordon's 27 premiered in 2014 and is already acclaimed for its "quick-witted libretto," "serious fun" and “tuneful score." 27 is named for the address of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas's salon at 27 Rue de Fleurus in Paris, and is a humorous snapshot of the women's shared lives and their famous visitors, including Picasso, Hemingway, and Matisse. 27 is a new production starring the company's Resident Artists.
02/20/2016


CMU Contempory Ensemble Concert
The Contemporary Ensemble will present their first performance of 2016 under conductor Daniel Nesta Curtis. This concert will present two world premieres withone of them featuringa collaboration between two School of Music Alumni.Sur les ailes du tempsis a concerto for harp and ensemble that was composed by Jean Patrick Besingrand, an Advanced Music Studies Certificate composition student.. Besingrand's piece was written for Natalie Severson, who finished her master's degree in harp performance at CMU last year. The program on February 20 will also include Antoni Mairata March's Oscillations and Chin, Unsuk'sGougalon (Scenes from a Street Theater).
02/20/2016


CMU Philharmonic and Chorus
Under the direction of guest conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier, the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic and Chorus will present their second concert of 2016 on Sunday, February 21. The Philharmonic will perform Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalmsand Berlioz'sSymphony fantastique. $10 Regular Admission $5 Senior Citizen (65+)All students, along with CMU/Pitt faculty and staff, are free w/ valid ID
02/21/2016


Evidence of Things Not Seen
Rorem - Evidence of Things Not Seen Robert Frankenberry, Music Director & Piano; Amelia D'Arcy, soprano; Anastasia Robinson, soprano; Kara Cornell, mezzo-soprano; Hilerie Klein-Rensi, mezzo-soprano; James Flora, tenor; Robert Chafin, tenor; Daniel Teadt, baritone; Christopher Scott, baritone. Evidence of Things Not Seen is a cycle of 36 songs for solo voices and piano, using texts of 24 different poets including Auden, Colette, Whitman, Baudelaire, Yeats, and Wilde. Commissioned in 1997 by the Library of Congress and the New York Festival of Song, this work serves as a summation of Rorem's work as a composer of art song. The movements are arranged in three groupings, entitled: "Beginnings", "Middles", and "Ends"
02/21/2016


Pittsburgh Lectures Presents Stephan Pastis
Stephan Pastis is a hilarious American cartoonist. He began his career as an attorney, but decided to try his hand at cartooning. The result was Pearls Before Swine, which at its heart is about two friends: an arrogant Rat who thinks he knows it all and a slow-witted Pig who doesn’t know any better. In 2013, inspired to break out of the box of a daily comic strip, Pastis took on the new challenge of becoming a children’s author, penning the first book in a middle grade series called Timmy Failure.Tickets $11. Stick around after the lecture for a book signing in the Library.
02/21/2016




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