All Events | Starting Saturday, April 12, 2014
Bobby Watson & Horizon
After an eight-year hiatus, this electrifying quintet (nicknamed "The Happy Band" by fans) is back with a brand new album and tour entitled "Horizon Reassembled." The group has evolved into an all-star ensemble of Terell Stafford, Edward Simon, Essiet Okon Essiet, and Victor Lewis, each leaders in their own right.
The University Gamelan performs music and dance of Indonesia.
Architecture + Photography
This exhibition, featuring an array of works from the Heinz Architectural Center and Carnegie Museum of Art’s photography collection, demonstrates the wonderfully rich symbiosis between architecture and photography.
Pittsburgh Concert Society Winners in Johnstown
Sage Po, harp, and Sean Kennard, piano.
Violinist Ade Williams, winner of the Sphinx Competition, plays Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto on a program that also includes Kodaly's Dances of Galanta, and Beethoven's Symphony #7. Matthew Kraemer conducts.
Heinz Chapel Choir
John Goldsmith leads his farewell concert as Director of the Heinz Chapel Choir. Program TBA.
En Pointe: An Evening in Madrid
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre presents "An Evening in Madrid" to celebrate its season finale in style at its annual En Pointe party. Spanish-infused fare will be provided by Seviche, and you can mingle with the cast and creative team as traditional flamenco dance group Alba Flamenca heats up the dance floor.
Chatham University Choir
Dramatic Scenes for Mezzo-Soprano
Features excerpts from Saint-Saens' "Samson and Delilah" and Verdi's "Aida" sung by Marybeth Sederburg, Robert Frankenberry and Milutin Lazich.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein's latest Bach CD debuted at #1 on the Billboard classical chart. She is a searching and inventive artist whose originality, as described by NPR, "compels the listener to follow her in a journey ofdiscovery...the result of which is a wonderfully expressive interpretation." Dinnerstein will perform Bach's 2-part inventions, Schumann's Kinderszenen, and Beethoven's Sonata Opus 111.
IonSound Project: New Music by Pitt Graduate Students
Department of Music Ensemble in Residence IonSound Project premieres new works by Pitt Graduate Student Composers.
Jazz Guitar Ensemble
Mark Koch & Kenneth Karsh, directors
Jazz Chamber Groups
Sean Jones, director.
University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra: Lyons & Britten
The University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents Gilda Lyons’ Cicadas and Benjamin Britten’s Suite on English Folk Tunes.
Pitt Jazz Ensemble
Candida, a smash when it premiered in 1903 , is still a triumph of sophistication. In this sparkling comedy, Candida is caught in a romantic tug of war between husband John Morell, the practical parson, and Eugene Marchbanks, the passionate poet. They are surrounded by her uproarious provincial father and Morell's eccentric staff, but it is love and marriage that are the targets of Shaw's celebrated wit. Gretchen Egolf, the radiant Rosalind of As You Like It returns to dazzle audiences in the role of Candida. Ted Pappas directs.
Pitt African Music and Dance Ensemble
Pitt's African Music and Dance Ensemble explores traditional and popular music of Africa.
WQED New Year Event
WQED New Year Event single ticket, Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 7:00pm - 9:00pm at WQED located at 4802 Fifth Ave. in Oakland. Meet WQED personalities, see clips from WQED and PBS shows and a special appearance by Pittsburgh's own Jackie Evancho! CREDIT CARD ONLY, NON-REFUNDABLE ONLY 200 AVAILABLE
Date: March 10, 2015
Venue: Benedum Center
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Single- $125 Donation
International Irish singing sensation and PBS live-concert phenonmenon, Celtic Woman, announces their Tenth Anniversary Tour!
Credit Card Only, Non-Refundable
Brit Floyd $100 single ticket, Friday, March 13, 2015, 8:00pm, Benedum Center Credit card only, non-refundable