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Ted Pappas - Apr 23, 2018

Pittsburgh Public Theater Producing Artistic Director Ted Pappas steps away from his post after nearly a quarter century of artistic work in the city with a final effort directing Shakespeare’s Hamlet.  He fills us in the production at the O’ Reilly Theater and recalls some great moments from his time in Pittsburgh and his career including his work with Al Pacino.

Leslie Amper - Apr 20, 2018

Leslie Amper, who graduated from Taylor Allderdice High School in Pittsburgh studying with Natalie Phillips, played with the Pittsburgh Symphony and won the Pittsburgh Concert Society auditions and now lives in the Boston area with her husband pianist Randall Hodgkinson. She teaches at the Longy School, Harvard, and New England Conservatory Preperatory School but she’s back in town to present "Shared Inspirations: Claude Debussy, Alice Guy Blaché, and the Impressionist Painters."  The concert takes place April 22nd at the Frick Art Museum in Point Breeze at 2pm.

 

 

Pittsburgh Opera - Dmitri Pittas - Apr 19, 2018

Dmitri Pittas sings the role of Nemorino in Pittsburgh Opera's production of Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love."  He talks about the role and his experience in doing this production.

 

 

Pittsburgh Opera - Daniel Slater - Apr 19, 2018

Daniel Slater is the Stage Director for Pittsburgh Opera's production of Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love."  He explains why he chose 1950's Italy as the backdrop for this production. 

Pittsburgh Opera - Christian Capocaccia - Apr 19, 2018

Christian Capolcaccia is the conductor for Pittsburgh Opera's production of Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love."  He talks about the musical elements of this opera and why Donizetti is his favorite opera composer.

 

Manfred Honeck - Brahms, Stucky and Tchaikovsky - Apr 19, 2018

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Music Director Manfred Honeck joined the QED Morning Show to talk about this weekend's concerts with Steven Stucky's "Silent Spring", Brahms' Symphony No. 4 and Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with soloist James Ehnes.   

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