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All Events | Starting Wednesday, April 2, 2014

French Music for Harp and Strings
Violinist Dawn Posey and harpist Nuiko Wadden (members of the Pittsburgh Opera Orchestra) will present a program of French music including works by Jacques Ibert, Andre Caplet, Maurice Ravel and the premiere of a new duo by Pittsburgh composer Mark Fromm. Guest artists: Katie Pierson, violin; Marylene Gingras Roy, viola; and Katya Janpoladyan, cello. Suggested donation: $10.
04/02/2014


Big Band Brass
River City Brass swings into Big Band mode featuring the Rat Pack! Hits made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and of course Sammy Davis Jr., but also big band sounds from the libraries of Glen Miller, Duke Ellington, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich and many more! It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing!
04/03/2014


B.U.S. 9
Local artists risk their creative necks to support Bricolage's 2014 season. Inspired by a 90-minute city bus ride, these artists have just 24 hours to write, direct, and memorize six new 10-minute plays. The last stop on the journey is an unforgettable performance at The New Hazlett Theater. Come Friday night to learn all the secrets, and/or hop on board Saturday for food, libations, performances, music, and a silent auction. We guarantee an amazing ride.
04/04/2014


Carpathian Music Ensemble
Experience and evening of Eastern European folk, funk, fusion with Pitt's Carpathian Music Ensemble.
04/04/2014


Ravel & Debussy
Guest Conductor Juraj Valcuha conducts La Mer, Debussy's colorful sonic impression of the sea, and Ravel's La Valse, a decadent impression of the Viennese waltz. Violinist Stefan Jackiw plays Korngold's Violin Concerto, and the PSO gives a world premiere to new music by Christopher Rouse.
04/04/2014


PB&J - Channel Crossings
Chatham Baroque's Peanut Butter & Jam Sessions are designed for preschool children and their accompanying adults. Based on a model developed by the Linton Chamber Music Series in Cincinnati, PB&J is hosted by certified Kindermusik teacher Lynda Wingerd, and encourages young children to become active and enthusiastic listeners through music, dance and games. Chatham Baroque performs live, often with guest artists.
04/05/2014


Men’s Glee Club
Program TBA.
04/05/2014


Channel Crossings
Joined by New York gambist Martha McGaughey, Chatham Baroque explores the distinct music styles of 17th-century France and England, featuring the sultry sounds of Marais and Couperin juxtaposed with the catchy crotchets and quavers of Simpson, Jenkins, and Lawes.
04/05/2014


Combined Choirs
Voices of Spirit, Pappert Men's Chorale, Pappert Women's Chorale and University Singers. Craig Cannon & Robert Allen Kurth, directors.
04/05/2014


Our Young Talents and Shining Brass
A Side by Side Concert with the Johnstown Symphony Youth Orchestra includes Ives' Variations on "America", Arutiunian's Trumpet Concerto featuring Matthew Barabas, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March.
04/05/2014


Austrian and Young Artists winners
Warren Davidson conducts the Rosamunde Overture by Franz Schubert, and the Emperor Waltz by Johann Strauss II, and features the PCO's Young Artist Competion Winners as well as dancers from the Ballet Academy of Pittsburgh.
04/05/2014


Trio Nova Mundi
After its tour to Africa and appointment as Trio in Residence at Geneva College, Trio Nova Mundi performs the Piano Trio by Amy Beach, 5 Spirituals by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Trio Romantico by Manuel Ponce, and Cafre Music by Paul Schoenfield. Members are violinist Maureen Conlon Gutierrez, cellist Elisa Kohanski, and pianist Becky Billock.
04/06/2014


Women’s Choral Ensemble
Program TBA.
04/06/2014


Ann Patchett
Ann Patchett returns for Literary Evening with a new collection of essays, This Is the Story of A Happy Marriage. A distinguished novelist who can match wits with Stephen Colbert, Ann Patchett is an audience favorite and here for a special reason that will be revealed.
04/07/2014


Cabaret Series - Liz Callaway
Tony nominee and Emmy winner Liz Callaway debuted on Broadway in Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along and received a Tony Nomination for her performance in Baby. She starred in the original cast of Miss Saigon, and as Grizabella in Cats. Liz starred as Norma Desmond in Pittsburgh CLO's Sunset Boulevard. She's best known for singing in numerous animated movies including the title role in Anastasia, The Swan Princess, Aladdin and the King of Thieves. Her recordings include 4 solo albums as well as Sibling Revelry and Boom! Live at Birdland with her sister Ann Hampton Callaway.
04/07/2014


Percussion Ensemble
All percussion majors gain experience by performing in the Duquesne University Percussion Ensemble, directed by Eliseo Rael.
04/08/2014


Music 101 - Robert Moir
Robert Moir, Pittsburgh Symphony Senior Vice President of Artistic Planning & Audience Engagement gives an informal lecture, titled "Adventures in Programming."
04/09/2014


Electronic Ensemble
Showcasing an eclectic mix of contemporary, classical and jazz fusion material, students perform on electronic keyboards, violin and cello; wind and guitar controllers, and electronic percussion. Lynn Purse & Kenneth Karsh, directors.
04/09/2014


Tommy Emmanuel
$100 Donation to WQED includes a thank-you gift of 1 orchestra level ticket to the concert. WQED Presents "Best Seats" Deadline: Monday, June 30 , 2014. For tickets to this concert, you can also call the WQED Presents Hotline (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) at 412-622-1382. Credit Card Only, Non-Refundable. Guitar hero Tommy Emmanuel is bringing his virtuosity to the intimate Byham Theatre September 23rd.  Performing live for his fans is extremely important to Tommy: he has demonstrated this by playing close to or over 300 concerts every year for the last seven years! Guitar players of all levels come to his shows to watch him work his magic, but his appeal goes far beyond musicians. His live shows are known for their humor, performance, passion, and infectious joy. Tommy has set aside excellent seats for WQED supporters. *A portion of your donation is tax-deductible and supports the programs on WQED television.  
09/23/2014


Under the Streetlamp & Gentlemen's Rule
Under the Streetlamp & Gentlemen's Rule Date: September 24, 2014 Venue: Byham Theatre Time: 8:00 p.m. Tickets: Single- $75 Donation Credit Card Only, Non-Refundable
09/24/2014