All Events | Starting Sunday, April 22, 2012
Three Rivers: Music for Two Viols from the Rhine, Thames, & Seine
Presented by "Voices and Viols: Renaissance at Redeemer, gambists Patricia Halverson & Martha McGaughey play music for two viols from Germany, England, and Framce. Donations accepted to benefit Renaissance at Redeemer.
English T- Time: Music by Taverner, Tallis and Tavener
Oberlin College Collegium Musicum under the direction Steven Plank sings music of the English composers Taverner, Tallis and Tavener.Freewill offering; reception follows.
Two Guitars: Joe Negri and Eric Suseoff
Pittsburgh icon and legendary jazz musician Joe Negri joins forces with world-renowned Eric Suseoff for a memorable concert. Pre-concert at 2:30 featrues "Broken Fences" with Morgan Erina and Guy Russo. Free admission.
The Legacy of Leonard Bernstein
Composer, conductor, pianist and teacher Leonard Bernstein was one of the most influential and transformational musicians of the 20th century. Celebrate his legacy with music from the Broadway stage to the concert hall. This concert also features members of SHU's Youth Honors Band and Jazz Ensemble.
Carnegie Mellon Guitar Ensemble
Carnegie Mellon Guitar Ensemble (James Ferla, director).
Bach and Schubert
Classical Revolution Pittsburgh performs works by J.S. Bach and Franz Schubert. Special guest Marc Giosi, executive director of Chatham Baroque, will perform Bach's Harpsichord concerto in F minor (BWV 1056). The performance will be followed by Pittsburgh's premiere tango ensemble Cuidado.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theater at JFest
In anticipation of PBT's tour to Israel's Karmiel Festival, the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh presents PBT in Dwight Rhoden's Step Touch, set to popular songs of the Doo Wop era.
The program is pure Judy Collins and her stories; no band, no instruments. She will share personal memories and reflections based on her best-selling memoir, praised by The New York Times as "her richest journey yet through her musical past."
Seussical - The Musical
Seussical the Musical, by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, is based on the books of Dr. Seuss that debuted on Broadway in 2000. The play's story is a rather complex amalgamation of many of Seuss's most famous books.
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Point Park Connections
In Point Park University's adjunct dance faculty, our dance students have access to a wide range of styles and experience. With artful choreography, this performance features very special works created for this season's culminating performance.
Music till Midnight
Organist Charles Heaton continues his series of occasional late night concerts, this time with soprano Sara Botkin. Free Admission. A reception precedes the concert at 10:30 pm.
Magic of Paris
Gianandrea Noseda opens the PSO's Paris Festival with early 20th century composers who revolutionized music in the City of Light. Italy's Alfredo Cassella studied at the Paris Conservatory and befriended Debussy and de Falla. His Symphony #2 is inspired by Gustav Mahler's music. Frenchman Claude Debussy's colorful Ibéria complements Spaniard de Falla's Three-Cornered Hat, a pantomime commissioned for Diaghalev's famed Ballets Russes.
The Fifth Westmoreland Juried Biennial features 101 artists within 150 miles of Greensburg chosen by juror Kerry Oliver-Smith, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida at Gainesville.
The Bach Choir explores how different styles and instrmentation can be used with the same musical material. The twist conceived by Artistic Director Thomas Douglas is accompaniment by a five-piece jazz/rock/fusion band and/or string ensemble. Featured composers include Vivaldi, Mozart, Handel, Pachelbel, J. S. Bach, Jagger & Richards, Faure and Haydn.
Lar Lubovitch Dance Company
One of America's ("ten best" - NY Times) most versatile, popular and highly-acclaimed choreographers, Lar Lubovitch founded the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company 43 years ago. Lubovitch’s work is extolled for its musicality, rhapsodic style and sophisticated formal structures. His radiant, highly-technical choreography and deeply-humanistic voice have been celebrated throughout the world.
Abduction from the Seraglio
Mozart's opera follows the adventures of a young Spanish nobleman, his lover, and their servants who are kidnapped and placed into service to the Pasha, Abduction features showpiece arias alongside moments of uproarious laughter and genuine pathos. The production places the action on the luxurious Orient Express. Two stars of 2010's Barber of Seville return in another comic pairing: David Portillo as the nobleman Belmonte, and Paolo Pecchioli as the Pasha's right-hand man, Osmin. Antony Walker conducts.
If you love to laugh while witnessing astonishing vocal skills, don't miss Vox Audio. This Drama Desk Award-winning, off-Broadway vocal troupe combines world-class harmony with vocal sound effects, comedic audience interaction in a family-friendly romp.
Carnegie Mellon Baroque Ensemble
Featuring winners of CMU's Baroque Concerto Competition in Bach's Brandenburg Concerto #2, Vivaldi's Oboe/Violin Concerto, and a newly commissioned piece by Nancy Galbraith. Stephen Schultz directs.
Celtic Woman in Concert
When: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Venue: Heinz Hall
$110 Single ticket
$220 Pair tickets
Credit Card Only, Non-Refundable