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All Events | Starting Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Parade of American Music
A concert featuring original compositions by members of the Tuesday Musical Club Composers Division.
11/12/2013


Jim Cunningham - On the Road with the Pittsburgh Symphony
The Fox Chapel Branch of the American Association of University Women presents Classical QED 89.3's Jim Cunningham's "On the Road with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra: European Festivals Tour 2013," a multimedia behind-the-scenes look at the PSO's travels to spectacular venues.
11/12/2013


Percussion Ensemble
All percussion majors gain experience by performing in the Duquesne University Percussion Ensemble, directed by Eliseo Rael.
11/12/2013


Reed III Trio - Discoveries
This concert will present rarely-heard reed trios (which have not been recorded) and premieres by Luke Mayernik and Blake Ragghianti from OvreArts, and Christine Burke.
11/14/2013


Acoustic Alchemy
For nearly 25 years, Acoustic Alchemy has pushed the limits of the acoustic guitar's potential by embracing a spectrum of musical styles ranging from straight-ahead jazz to folk to rock to world music and beyond. Despite a tragic setback in the late 1990s, they've sustained a vast and loyal following well beyond their U.K. origins.
11/14/2013


Celebrating the Great American Songbook, Then & Now
Mike Tomaro, director.
11/14/2013


Ann Hampton Callaway presents The Streisand Songbook
singer-songwriter and Tony Award-nominee Ann Hampton Callaway performs The Streisand Songbook, featuring timeless classics from Streisand's extraordinary career. Callaway crafts a loving musical portrait of the legendary performer, while putting a unique pop/jazz spin on unforgettable songs from Streisand's Broadway years to her film and pop album works. PSO Assistant Conductor Fawzi Haimor will conduct.
11/14/2013


Murphy/Smith Dance Collective - See What I Hear
Pittsburgh's Murphy/Smith Dance Collective stages the world premiere of See What I Hear. Inspired by hearing impairment and loss, the movement art piece reflects on communication and hearing loss through dance, music, and other mixed media, in a style intended to appeal to whole families. A "pay-what-you-can" matinee (11/16) and a workshop preview (11/13) are also offered.
11/15/2013


Contemporary Choreographers
Luminaries of the dance world collaborate with Point Park University students in a performance like you've never seen before. Today's most sought-after choreographers bring their unique perspectives to an evening that will leave you in awe. This is an exciting, innovative fusion of styles.
11/15/2013


PM Woodwind Project
Amanda Morrison, clarinet; Dan Parasky, flute.
11/15/2013


Pianist Alec Chien
Alec Chien plays an all-Chopin recital on Lincoln Hall's restored century-old Steinway. The Red Brick Gallery also displays a show of watercolors, pastels, and photography.
11/16/2013


20th-21st Century American Music
Amy Williams, piano.
11/16/2013


A Night With Amadeus
Istvan Jaray conducts Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds, and Mozart's Requiem with the Johnstown Symphony Chorus.
11/16/2013


Uniting Community & Faith: Celebrating Seven Years
The Pittsburgh Gospel Choir, Dr. Herbert V.R.P. Jones, Director, presents its Fall Concert to mark its 7th Anniversary.
11/16/2013


Free Reading of a New Musical in Development
Musical Theatre Artists of Pittsburgh invite you to a reading of a new musical in development, Off with Her Maidenhead, with book and lyrics by Amy Claussen, and music by James Rushin. RSVP to mtapgh@gmail.com
11/17/2013


Kimberly Kong
Pittsburgh-born pianist Kimberly Kong will play Haydn sonatas in E major and C minor, Chopin's four Scherzos, and works by Mendelssohn and Lizst. She made her Pittsburgh Symphony debut with conductor Edward Cumming at age 9, then studied at Juillard and the Peabody Institute, where she now teaches. She has performed at Weill Recital Hall and the Kennedy Center.
11/17/2013


Time for Fun
Hailing from St. Petersburg, performers literally roll up their sleeves to create a captivating–and quite unique–magical world. Wonderfully choreographed, hands and arms interlock and entwine to create trains, sailboats, ticking clocks, flocks of birds and more. With clever lighting design, the limbs dance in space and assemble into recognizable shapes and words. (60 minutes, all ages)
11/17/2013


Duquesne University Symphony Orchestra
Jeffrey Turner conducts Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor", featuring pianist David Allen Wehr, and Sibelius's Symphony #2.
11/17/2013


Jazz Guitar Ensemble
Mark Koch & Kenneth Karsh, directors.
11/18/2013


Parker Quartet
This young Grammy-winning quartet, recipients of a Cleveland Quartet Award, perform Mendelssohn's Quartet in D major, Op. 44 #1; Erwin Schulhoff's Quartet #1; and Shostakovich's Quartet #9 inb E-flat major, Op. 117.
11/18/2013