All Events | Starting Monday, July 21, 2014
Boyz II Men
The Pittsburgh Symphony joins with one of the most iconic R&B groups in music history to present some of the greatest hits of their 20-year history. This concert also features "tweet seats" for audience members wishing to share their experience in real time.
Wednesday Showcase Series - Nathalie Shaw, violin
PNME violinist Nathalie Shaw performs Alain Celo: Ame Errante (Wandering Soul); David Stock: Chameleon; Sebastien Beranger: E(c)roulement; Roger Zahab: Summer Phrases; Mario Davidovsky: Synchronisms No. 9; and Kevin Puts: Arches.
Music of America
The Aeolian Winds of Pittsburgh play works for wind quintet by Copland, Sousa, Ewazen, Bernstein, and others.
Alan Lewis, organ
Alan Lewis, organist of Calvary Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, PA.
C Street Brass w/DJ Jakeisrain "No Limits"
"No Limits", the newest recital program of C Street Brass, challenges the listener to find something this group cannot do. "No Limits" takes the audience on an amazing adventure through different time periods and music styles - classical, gospel, jazz, tango, and modern electronic dance music will be on display. Add a little bit of humor and a lot of fun, and the audience wins.
Concert 3 - Guitar and Voice
Featuring a world premiere of a new commission by Ryan Anthony Francis for PNME and guitar virtuoso Mattias Jacobsson. Works include: Amy Williams: First Lines; Christopher Cerrone: I will learn to love a person; and Ryan Francis: Album for Guitar. Soprano Lindsay Kesselman also makes a guest appearance.
A Symphonic Celebration
Resident Conductor Lawrence Loh and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra throw a summer symphonic celebration featuring Dvorak’s Carnival Overture, Brahms Symphony No. 3 and a breathtaking performance of Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with Russian pianist Olga Kern.
BLUE! Performance Series: Border Ride
Border Ride, the Western Pennslyvania and Eastern Ohio bluegrass group, combines various musical backgrounds into traditional bluegrass and progressive, non-traditional Newgrass music.
The Amadeus Trio
Enjoy a free concert on the lawn at Mellon Park. Food is available on site from The Bagel Factory or bring your own -- you might win the weekly Best Brunch Contest.