All Events | Starting Sunday, September 16, 2012
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic
Ronald Zollman conducts the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic in the world premiere of the Centennial Suite by Carnegie Mellon faculty composers Marilyn Taft Thomas, Leonardo Balada, Nancy Galbraith, and Reza Vali in honor of the School of Music's centennial. Tchaikovsky’s 4th Symphony will also be performed.
Some Assembly Required: Public
Based on the award winning program Some Assembly Required (in museums and galleries), the dancers and musicians of Attack Theatre take to the streets of Pittsburgh with a free performance series exploring public artworks throughout the city. Connect with your city and your public art in a new and unique way through this dynamic performance event of conversation, creation, dance, and music. Follow the link for details.
Now What Exactly is Romantic Music?
The Pittsburgh Piano Teachers Association presents composer Timothy Brown to discuss FJH Music method "Succeeding at the Piano" and "Now What Exactly is Romantic Music?"
The fiery flamenco dancer Nelida Tirado returns to Pittsburgh with Gypsy flamenco singer Jesus Montoya and flamenco guitarist Ricardo Marlow.
Thomas Hampson master class
Free, but reservations are required: 412-281-0912, ext. 0 before 9/18 at 4:00 pm. World-renowned baritone Thomas Hampson will coach Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artists Kyle Oliver, Nicole Rodin and Meredith Lustig, showing the audience how young professional singers learn from experts in their field. Mr. Hampson sings Strauss with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Sep. 21–23.
Midnight Radio: Secret Agents & Spies
Midnight Radio goes undercover with an episode exploring the dark and dangerous world of information trafficking.
Music 101 - Lorna McGhee, flute
Get to know the PSO's new Principal Flute, Lorna McGhee, at an informal lecture-and-performance. Her theme, "From Old World to New - Journeys with the Flute," will be loosely based on Dvorak's New World Symphony, which is featured on the orchestra's first subscription concert of the new season. With pianist Donna Amato, she'll play movements from Dvorak's Violin Sonata on her flute, as well as a Baroque piece, music by Katherine Hoover, Jake Heggie, and something inspired by John Coltrane.
Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge
In Christopher Durang's parody of A Christmas Carol, Scrooge has "a kind of seasonal Tourette's Syndrome" causing him to exclaim "Bah, humbug!" and Mrs. Cratchit is a raging woman who is fed up with her 20 children (most of which she keeps locked in the root cellar) and can't take the goody-goody kid with a crutch any longer!
This annual celebration of the organizations funded by RAD features free admissions and performances. Just a few of the participants include Classical QED 89.3's Byham Studio, the Carnegie Museums, Children's Museum, Mattress Factory, National Aviary, New Hazlett Theater, Pittsburgh Opera, RiverQuest and the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
Musical Horizon: Beethoven, Schumann and Gareth Farr
Chatham's Friday Afternoon Musicale series presents pianist Henry Wong Doe in works by Beethoven, Schumann and Gareth Farr.
New World Symphony
Music Director Manfred Honeck and Principal Horn Bill Caballero open the season with Richard Strauss's Horn Concerto #1. Baritone Thomas Hampson sings orchestral songs by Richard Strauss, and the program closes with Dvorak's New World symphony.
The National Players - Romeo and Juliet
Love can be a thrilling ride -- it bursts the seams of young hearts, making them feel things never felt before… But it can also send you past the point of no return. America’s longest running classical touring company returns to the Succop Theater with Shakespeare's most enduring tale, re-imagined, re-invigorated, and irresistibly visceral.
Major Winners Recital
Anna Kovalevska and Yuting Zhou, piano duo; Hilary Gamble, violin.
Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 Venue: Heinz Hall Time: 7:30 PM
$100 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 Meet & Greet ticket to the event. $75 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 ticket to the event. Now in it’s 19th year, the B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert continues to wow audiences throughout the Midwest. B.E. Taylor Christmas is the place where the faithful come year after year to feel the love of Christmas. Inside some of the most revered concert halls in America, B.E. Taylor transforms old favorites through bold interpretations to create new traditions that will live in the heart as long as Christmas is celebrated.
Holiday Doo Wop
Date: Wednesday, December 16, 2015 Venue: Heinz Hall Time: 7:30 PM
$90 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 ticket to the event. The 14th Annual Pittsburgh Holiday Doo Wop Concert returns to Heinz Hall. Featuring - MARY WILSON of the Supremes “Where Did Our Love Go”, “Baby Love”
Lenny Welch “Since I Fell For You”, “Ebb Tide”
The Original Tymes “So Much in Love”, “Wonderful, Wonderful”
Shirley Alston Reeves original lead of The Shirelles “Soldier Boy”, “Mama Said”
Tommy Mara and The Crests “Sixteen Candles”, “Cara Mia”
Special guest Johnny Angel and The Halos
Date: Sunday, December 20, 2015
Venue: Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland
Time: 6:00 PM
$100 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 ticket to the event.
The distinctive sound of Libera has traveled the world in the last few years. The group's albums have topped both mainstream and classical charts in many countries, and their recordings hold their place in top-tens alongside major artists like Bocelli.
Date: Sunday, December 27, 2015 Venue: Consol Energy Center Time: 3:00 PM & 7:30 PM
$100 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 ticket to the event. TSO is thrilled to announce that the 2015 Winter Tour will feature the live debut of 'The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve'! TSO will also release their newest full-length album titled 'Letters From the Labyrinth' this winter!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) is an American progressive rock band founded in 1993 by producer, composer, and lyricist Paul O'Neill. TSO has sold more than 9 million concert tickets and over 8 million albums. The band's musical style incorporates classical, orchestral, symphonic, and progressive elements into hard rock and heavy metal.