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All Events | Starting Saturday, April 19, 2014

Carnegie Mellon University Philharmonic
Andres Cardenes conducts the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic in Glinka's Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture, Szymanowski's Violin Concerto #1, featuring violin soloist Kryzsztof Rucinski, and Shostakovich's Symphony #5 in D Minor.
04/23/2014


Wind Symphony Chamber Concert
Dr. Robert Cameron conducts.
04/23/2014


Eugene Alcalay, piano
Internationally-acclaimed pianist Eugene Alcalay plays music by Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert and Shostakovich in memory of long time PSO violinist Linda Fischer to benefit the St. Andrew's music program.
04/24/2014


Blood and Gifts
It's 1981. As the Soviet Army burns its way through Afghanistan, CIA operative Jim Warnock is sent to try to halt its bloody progress, beginning a secret spy war behind the official hostilities. In J. T Rogers' Blood and Gifts, Jim and his counterparts in the KGB and the British and Pakistani secret services wrestle with ever-shifting personal and political loyalties. With the outcome of the entire Cold War at stake, Jim and a larger-than-life Afghan warlord decide to place their trust in each other. Andrew Paul directs.
04/24/2014


Jazz Ensemble & Jazz Workshop
Mike Tomaro & Jeff Bush, directors.
04/24/2014


Silk Screen Asian-American Film Festival
The Festival begins with an opening night gala, and features 47 screenings in 4 locations including the local premiere of "Omar," the 2014 Oscar-nominated film directed by Hany Abu-Assad. Omar, a young and bold baker who lives in occupied Palestine, is accustomed to dodging surveillance bullets to cross the separation wall to visit his forbidden love interest Nadia. Sadly, occupied Palestine knows neithersimple love nor clear-cut war.
04/25/2014


Songs from Shakespeare's Troupe
Mezzo-soprano Barbara Hollinshead with lutenist Howard Bass in a program of Elizabethan lute songs and solos from the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries
04/25/2014


Philip Glass in Conversation
Carnegie Mellon School of Music is proud to present composer Philip Glass. Mr. Glass will engage in a conversation about his music with faculty member Richard Randall as well as take questions from the audience. This event will conclude with the Matisse String Quartet performing Glass’ String Quartet No. 5. Free, but tickets required (follow link at right).
04/25/2014


Brad Mehldau Trio
Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau has recorded and performed extensively since the early 1990s. Mehldau's most consistent output over the years has taken place in the trio format. Larry Grenadier (most recently at MCG Jazz with Pat Metheny) and Jeff Ballard round out the trio.
04/25/2014


Mozart Festival Opens
Principal Horn William Caballero premieres Robert Levin's new edition of Mozart's Horn Concerto #1 and Orchestra. Manfred Honeck conducts Mozart's popular Symphony #41 "Jupiter", nicknamed for the Olympian magnitude of its finale. And, Robert Levin improvises his own cadenza in Mozart's Piano Concerto # 20 in D minor.
04/25/2014


Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
The Duquesne Opera Workshop (Guenko Guechev, director) presents Mozart's profound and comical opera The Marriage of Figaro with the Duquesne Symphony Orchestra.
04/25/2014


Works for French Horn with Organ
Hear works by Corelli, Mozart, Franz Strauss, Dubois, Loeillet, Gliere and Rachmaninoff. Carrie Smith has taught at Carnegie Mellon and has worked with Lorin Maazel, Andre Previn, Danny Kaye, Yo-Yo Ma, Lionel Hampton, Chuck Mangione, etc. Ethan LaPlaca is an acclaimed organist known for his dynamic musicianship and intuitive sense of score interpretation. He is the Associate Organist at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Freewill offering suggested.
04/26/2014


Wayne McGregor|Random Dance
Award-winning, anatomy-defying British choreographer Wayne McGregor’s groundbreaking vision embraces dance, science, film, music, visual art and technology to create intriguing, expansive works. And FAR is no exception. Staged in a mesmerizing environment of shadow and light, FAR binds innovative design with choreography inspired by radical cognitive research process. It will make you think differently about dance.
04/26/2014


Season Finale
With her "impeccable sound and technique" (The New York Times), Bulgarian violinist Bella Hristova lends her talents to Barber's Violin Concerto. The concert also includes Arvo Part's Fratres and Brahms' Symphony No. 2 in D Major.
04/26/2014


Jazz Mass
Thomas Douglas conducts the Mass of Hope by Pittsburgh's own Joe Negri accompanied by the Joe Negri Trio.
04/26/2014


Philip Glass' Orphee
The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice gets a "lyrical, even seductive" (Washington Times) makeover from Philip Glass, via French visionary Jean Cocteau: the poet Orphee becomes involved with a mysterious Princess. Love eventually triumphs...but not without a price. Matthew Worth is Orphee, Caroline Worra is Euridice. Antony Walker conducts.
04/26/2014


Fab Four - The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band
Fab Four: The Ultimate Tribute Band Date: June 20th, 2014 Venue: Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead Time: 7:30 p.m. Tickets: Single- $75 Donation Credit Card Only, Non-Refundable
06/20/2014


Yanni
 *Seats are on a first-come-first-served basis and begin in Row A, C, E, G, and back (every other row) . *A portion of your donation is tax-deductible and supports the programs on WQED television.  
08/16/2014


Tommy Emmanuel
$100 Donation to WQED includes a thank-you gift of 1 orchestra level ticket to the concert. WQED Presents "Best Seats" Deadline: Monday, June 30 , 2014. For tickets to this concert, you can also call the WQED Presents Hotline (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) at 412-622-1382. Credit Card Only, Non-Refundable. Guitar hero Tommy Emmanuel is bringing his virtuosity to the intimate Byham Theatre September 23rd.  Performing live for his fans is extremely important to Tommy: he has demonstrated this by playing close to or over 300 concerts every year for the last seven years! Guitar players of all levels come to his shows to watch him work his magic, but his appeal goes far beyond musicians. His live shows are known for their humor, performance, passion, and infectious joy. Tommy has set aside excellent seats for WQED supporters. *A portion of your donation is tax-deductible and supports the programs on WQED television.  
09/23/2014


Australian Pink Floyd in concert ("Set the Controls" tour)
The Australian Pink Floyd Show is BACK! After more than twenty years performing the music of Pink Floyd to millions of fans, Aussie Pink Floyd brings their show back to Pittsburgh's Heinz Hall this October. The band has secured great seats for WQED supporters for their Set the Controls tour.  
10/14/2014