All Events | Starting Sunday, May 4, 2014
Rossini: William Tell Overture; Elgar: Serenade for Strings; Khatchaturian: Adagio from Spartacus; Delibes: Waltz from Coppelia; Leroy Anderson: The Typewriter; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #3, Finale; Duke Ellington: A Medley for Orchestra
Sounds Upstairs - James Ferla & Roger Zahab
Guitarist James Ferla and violinist Roger Zahab play sparkling, fiery and elegant duo and solo music including David Leisner's Dances in the Madhouse, compositions by Piazzolla, Zahab and others.
Ping at Trinity Cathedral
The virtuoso madrigal ensemble Ping, a quintet founded atr CMU, presents a lunchtime program at Trinity Cathedral in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. This informal concert will feature a variety of sacred and secular music, including works by Ping member and Trinity Cathedral composer-in-residence, Sean Salamon.
Music 101 - Noah Bendix-Balgley
PSO Concertmaster Noah Bendix-Balgley gives an informal lecture, titled "Concertmaster: The Symphony's Quarterback." He will discuss his life and career, and his role as PSO Concertmaster, and also take questions from the audience.
Ping 101: The Final [Exam] Concert
CMU's virtuoso madrigal quintet, Ping, ends its inaugural season with music from their bucket list, with two premieres by Carnegie Mellon students Daniel Arnaldos and Andrew Dewey and works by Sondheim, Stephen Foster, Mister Rogers, and the most difficult madrigal ever written.
The Devil's Arithmetic
In this adaptation of Jane Yolen's Newbery Award-winning novel, Hannah, a modern day teenager, has to celebrate yet another Jewish holiday with her family – but this year will be different. Little does she know her world is about change. She is mysteriously transported back to the Holocaust. With Hannah, we become caught up in a world of deceit, discoveries, friendship, faith and family. Lisa Ann Goldsmith directs.
Doubt, A Parable
In this brilliant and powerful drama by John Patrick Shanley, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students.
Marlon Youngblood's "Comfort Zone," featuring Tony Award nominee Anthony Chisholm and directed by Mark Whitehead, is about the aftermath of a shooting and how it impacts a community. "Comfort Zone" is based on the searing hit production from last year's Theatre Festival in Black & White.
Festival of Bach
Pittsburgh Music Alliance members (The Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, Chatham Baroque, Pittsburgh Camerata, Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society, and Renaissance & Baroque) will represent the breadth of Bach’s works across 12 hours, in performances including Bach's Chaconne for violin, a variety of motets, three violin concertos as well as the concerto for violin and oboe, the quadruple and triple harpsichord concertos, and concluding with the grand “Magnificat” performed jointly by all five organizations. Free admission. Donations encouraged.
Uniting Community Through Song: Celebrating Seven Years
The Pittsburgh Gospel Choir, directed by Herbert V.R.P. Jones, will celebrate its 7th Anniversary in concert.
From Russia with Love
Glinka's Russlan and Ludmilla Overture, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto featuring Monique Mead, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6, "Pathetique."
Mother's Day Piano and Organ Recital
St. Anthony's Spring Recital Series presents a unique program of piano and organ selections performed on the new pipe organ by Peter Luley and Associates by Nathan Kyle Lively, organist of Trinity United Presbyterian Church. Freewill offering encouraged.
Mother's Day Concert
A fun and festive celebration for you and Mom.