All Events | Starting Saturday, July 21, 2012
Cuban Music and Art Festival
Founder, captain, and conductor Robert Boudreau leads the AWSO in a free concert of Cuban music aboard the Point Counterpoint II, designed by architect Louis Kahn. Cuban art will be on display in the gallery below deck. The concert will feature Leo Brouwer's Cancion de Gesta, composed as a gift for the AWSO by Cuba's Leo Brouwer.
Big Band Jazz Concert
In its 8th season, the North Suburban Symphonic Band is a classic "big band" performing arrangements from The Stan Kenton Orchestra, big band charts of well-known George Gershwin melodies, and music by Pittsburgh's own Ray DeFade, among others, with vocals by Tony Venneri and Jessie Wills.
Freya String Quartet
Beulah Presbyterian Church presents The Freya Quartet String Quartet a professional ensemble dedicated to a wide range of repertoire spanning from Vivaldi to Glass, and Cole Porter to Radiohead.
Luke Mayernik, organ
Luke Mayernik of the Cathedral of St. Joseph, Wheeling, WV. Freewill offerings accepted.
River City Brass
Each year, as many as 100,000 people thrill to the signature sound of the River City Brass. From Pasadena to Pensacola to Pittsburgh, River City Brass provides high quality entertainment that is fun and meaningful to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Free admission.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard weaves a magnificent tale of faded glory and unfulfilled ambition. Featuring Broadway's Liz Callaway.
Justin Wallace, organ
Justin Wallace, organist and assistant director of music at Christ United Methodist Church in Bethel Park, plays a 30 minute recital on Westminster's Austin organ.
Legend of Zelda
“The Legend of Zelda™: Symphony of the Goddesses” is the first ever video game themed concert to feature a complete 4 movement symphony, showcasing the work of Nintendo composer and sound director Koji Kondo.
La Belle Époque Cabaret (SOLD OUT)
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. An evening evoking a bawdy Parisian cabaret from La Belle Époque [The Beautiful Era]. The Pittsburgh Song Collaborative performs period French songs (translated or with subtitles) once sung by Yvette Guilbert, Aristide Bruant, and others. Emcee Rob Frankenberry weaves together musical selections, comedic monologues, and satirical skits. Projected images of artwork emphasize the role that café culture played for Impressionist artists. Performers include Benjamin Binder, piano; Rob Frankenberry, tenor and piano; Liza Forrester, mezzo-soprano; Joseph Gaines, tenor.
PNME Concert 04
Kevin Noe conducts a program featuring To the Earth by Frederic Rzewski, Quartet for the End of Time by Olivier Messiaen, 4'33" by John Cage, and Idyll for the Misbegotten by George Crumb.
Max Fedore: The Sondheim Concert
Richland Senior High School student Max Fedore sings Stephen Sondheim songs with UPJ sophomore Emily Felton, accompanied by Dan Philbin, piano; Nathan Santos, bass; and Michael Bodolosky, drums.
Timeless is a juried exhibition proposing there is no time limit to the life of a vision. AAP members will exhibit works that had been completed at anytime in their career, including those exhibited previously. Artists were encouraged to submit work that reflects their past and an example of the continuing creative strength of the Associated Artists. Juror: Amanda Donnan, Carnegie Museum of Art