All Events | Starting Saturday, July 27, 2013
Local visual artists Lauren Brown and Chris Craychee show their work at a 'salon' evening with music for oboe, violin and piano. The venue is a stunning 1920s Sewickley house complete with a ballroom and indoor sporting facilities.
Renaissance City Winds - American Accents
The Trinity Concert Series presents the Renaissance City Winds with pianist Rodrigo Ojeda in a blues by Gunther Schuller, ragtime by Julia Niebergall, and modern classics by Samuel Barber, Peggy Glanville-Hicks and Roy Harris. Freewill offering suggested.
Cello Fury is Pittsburgh's cello-rock band featuring three cellos and drums. They've performed on radio and television, in rock clubs, concert halls, at SXSW and other music festivals throughout the United States, and for audiences as large as 67,000 throughout 23 states and abroad. They'll play material from their latest CD, "Symphony of Shadows."
Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story
In 1959, one of rock's pioneers died in a plane crash at age 22. Now, Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story tells the story of the three years in which Holly became the world's top recording artist with a show that features over 20 hits including "Peggy Sue," That'll Be The Day," "Oh Boy," "Not Fade Away," "Everyday," "Rave On," "Maybe Baby," "Raining In My Heart," "La Bamba," and "Chantilly Lace."
Thirty Minutes of Exceptional Organ Music
Free organ recital. Today's series finale is by Nathan Carterette of Church of the Redeemer in Squirrel Hill.
Kevin Noe directs a program featuring "Analogies" by Sean Neukom, "N. Y. Counterpoint" by Steve Reich, "Juggularling" by Vicki Ray, "Pillaging Music" by Nico Muhly, and "And Legions will Rise" by Kevin Puts.
Brass Concert at Lake Arthur Regatta
The Allegheny Brass Band performs at the Lake Arthur Regatta.
Washington Wine Jazz & Pops Festival
Nine western PA wineries will participate, including Christian Clay, Courtyard Winery of Lake Erie, and Seven Mountain winery from Harrisburg. Musicians will include jazz saxophonist Marion Meadows with Will Brock, and Pittsburgh's Bill Deasy, Maureen Budway, Cello Fury, Joy Ike and Mark Lucas.