South Park Theatre Inc. was founded in 1995 and currently has eight main stage and five children’s theatre productions.The theatre is located right in South Park, in Allegheny County at the corner of Brownsville Road and Corrigan Drive. Our Main Stage (adult) Theatre sits nestled in the park’s pine trees and our Children’s Theatre stage is a unique, outdoor venue that is the perfect setting for children to enjoy quality, family-friendly theatre. South Park Theatre's Lorraine Mszanski chats with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham about the mission of the Theatre.
Augustin Hadelich discusses with Jim Cunningham his return to Heinz Hall December 6th and 8th to play Mozart’s Second Violin Concerto and the Thomas Ades Concerto ‘Concentric Paths’, the article he wrote for Strings Magazine about the traveling life of a violinist, his Chautauqua New York concerts, and what Ach du Lieber Augustin the folk song is really about.
Soprano Nola Richardson and tenor Karim Sulayman make their debuts with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Osmo Vanska Saturday December 7, 2019. They discuss their roles in Messiah, word painting, the greatness of the Handel, Karim’s Grammy winning recording for Avie, what the toddling is in the toddling town of Chicago, Nola discusses her Colorado connections and big month of Messiahs, their love of public radio and much more.
December 7th, 2019, the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra performs "A Joyful Celebration" at First Presbyterian Church of Edgewood. Music Director Walter Morales stopped by to talk about people will hear on the concert.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Music Director Manfred Honeck calls into the QED Morning Show to remember former Music Director Mariss Jansons and his impact on the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Pianist Nathan Carterette performs at Rodef Shalom tonight in a concert of Prokofiev, Franck, Liszt, and Beethoven. He stopped by the QED Morning Show to talk to Jim Cunningham about the concert, what he's up to these days, and about his new Bach Goldberg Variations CD.