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All Events | Starting Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Odd Pairings
Adam and Eve, Archie and Edith, Ozzy and Sharon -- History is full of infamous duos who, despite their differences, somehow made it work. Odd Pairings is a musical tribute to opposites and their (sometimes unexpected) attractions. Featuring all-new works by Blake Ragghianti, Luke Mayernik, Neil Stahurski, Chris Massa, and guest composers Robert Farrell and Ryan McMasters. Music Director Ryan Keeling conducts.
09/26/2013


Our Town
A story that is simple yet profound. A work of unparalleled imagination and heart. A stunning theatrical achievement that captures the experience of living in the moment. Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning Our Town is America's most acclaimed play. Ted Pappas directs Pittsburgh's most beloved actor, Tom Atkins, in the legendary role of the Stage Manager.
09/26/2013


Ahmad Jamal
Noted for his outstanding technical command and identifiable sound as a piano stylist and composer, Ahmad Jamal needs no introduction in his home city of Pittsburgh. Jamal will present a concert of his latest works and classic tunes. He continues performing around the world, as he has for over four decades.
09/27/2013


Mayhem and Majesty
Mayhem and Majesty returns home to Pittsburgh, before its 3-week, off-Broadway run this winter. The show has wowed audiences around the country with its daring musical athleticism and visual exploits. Come join the Squonkers in preparing the Mayhem AND the Majesty to deliver to New York City.
09/27/2013


Gallery Crawl with The Rubber Duck
This crawl celebrates the opening night of the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, a project of Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. To mark the occasion, The Rubber Duck, the US debut of artist Florentijn Hofman’s four-story-high rubber duck, launches into the Allegheny River, coming to rest by the 6th Street Bridge. The bridge will be closed to traffic to host The Rubber Duck Bridge Party featuring Night Market VI.
09/27/2013


Granular Synthesis
The Austrian audiovisual media duo of Kurt Hentschlager and Ulf Langheinrich created large scale installations that fuse light and sound into one medium. Through their manipulation of technology, the works of Granular Synthesis serve to challenge human perception, conditioning and consciousness.
09/27/2013


Soldier's Heart
Before heading off to war in Iraq, Casey Johnson neatly organizes her life into a box of lists, envelopes and registration forms for her son's activities. Months later, she returns to Western Pennsylvania forever changed, with deep psychological scars that no amount of arranging seems to be able to fix. Directed by John Amplas for its world premiere, Tammy Ryan's poignant Soldier's Heart shines a light on the struggles facing women warriors.
09/27/2013


Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts
Featuring the US debut of Florentijn Hofman's sensational 40-foot high Rubber Duck, the Festival of Firsts will present performance and visual art premieres by Companie Marie Chouinard, NanoDanses, Robin Frohardt, Perth Theater Company, Zimmerman & De Perot, 2b theatre company, Christopher McElroen & T. Ryder Smith, and Kurt Hentschlager.
09/27/2013


Once Upon a Time Gala
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma performs Tchaikovsky's "Variations on a Rococo Theme" with Music Director Manfred Honeck and the PSO in a gala concert that also includes Dvorak's Carnival Overture and music inspired by fairy tales. Premium tickets include a season-opening soiree at the Fairmont Pittsburgh with PSO musicians.
09/27/2013


Compaignie Marie Chouinard
Marie Chouinard creates dance conceived from primeval dreams— earthy and strong, yet shaped by irrepressible secrets and unseen dimensions in time. Selected to launch the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, the program will include Michaux Mouvements, inspired by poetry and drawings by Belgian artist Henri Michaux, and the U.S. premiere of Gymnopedies, set to piano pieces of Eric Satie. In Michaux Mouvements, the dancers form a stunning silhouette to projections exuding a haunting sense that they, in the artist's words, are connected to "the strangeness of natural things and the naturalness of strange things." This performance contains nudity.
09/28/2013


Party w/Ahmad Jamal and the Pittsburgh Jazz Legends
Details and reservations online.
09/28/2013


Carnegie Mellon University Wind Ensemble
George Vosburgh, Thomas Thompson, and Stephen Story conduct the Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble in a multitude of pieces including Gordon Jacob's Old Wine in New Bottles, Poulenc's Suite Francaise, Stravinsky's Symphonies of Wind Instruments, Holst's English Folk Song Suite, and Strauss' Serenade for 13 Winds. Free admission.
09/28/2013


Two Sides of Celtic
Grainne Hambly and William Jackson's program will span centuries of the musical traditions of Ireland and Scotland. Their selections will include the music of Rory Dall, which was played for the ancient clan chieftains and kings, as well as compositions by Thomas and William Connellan and Turlough O'Carolan.
09/29/2013


Terry McMillan: Who Asked You?
"Who Asked You?" is a hilarious and heartfelt new novel introducing a cast of classic Terry McMillan characters. The novel casts an intimate look at the burdens and blessings of family and speaks to trusting your own judgment even when others don’t agree. The bestselling author of Waiting to Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back is at her best with this wicked, bold and "laugh out loud" funny and poignant story about how a family falls apart and stitches itself back together again. Co-presented with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
09/30/2013


Listen Locally - Arabesque Winds
The Arabesque Winds return to Pittsburgh to start the season of the Listen Locally Series. These beautiful and talented musicians will be playing some of their favorite music (Barber, Bozza, Ravel, and Ligeti) but this time, without a net! A full program, utterly from memory. Reception to follow.
09/30/2013


Johnstown Choral Concert
Christ-Centered Community Church Choir, directed by Brandon C. King. Half-hour recital with light lunch to follow.
10/01/2013


Emerson String Quartet
The multi-Grammy winning quartet plays Mozart's Quartet in E-flat Major, K. 428; Britten's Quartet #3, and Mendelssohn's "Razumovsky" Quartet in C major, Op. 59 #3. it's the Emerson's first Pittsburgh concert with their new cellist, Paul Watkins. A pre-show lobby concert features the Reed III trio.
10/01/2013


Ashes to Ashes
Husband, love, therapist, killer? In Harold Pinter's "Ashes to Ashes," an evening alone with Devlin and Rebecca proves to be more than we bargained for. As Devlin questions Rebecca about a past abuse, she reveals an eerie communion with the dead victims of unnamed political barbarities. Peter Wood directs.
10/02/2013




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