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All Events | Starting Monday, September 29, 2014

Takacs Quartet
The Takacs Quartet returns to play Haydn's Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 64 #3; Debussy's Quartet in G minor, and Beethoven's Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 130 with the Grosse Fuge, Op. 133

The Wiggles
The number one children's entertainment group, The Wiggles, are bringing their "catchy brand of preschool pop" (Chicago Tribune) back to North America. "The band that rocks the cradle" (The New York Times) will perform songs from their new CD and DVD, Apples and Bananas. The Wiggles "Ready, Steady, Wiggle" is part of the Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series.

Pop-Up Exhibition: Gabe Felice & Jacob Stempky
Greensburg native Gabe Felice lives at the Brewhouse in Pittsburgh. His new work, Hands, stems from a recent fascination with the elegant, yet primal significance owned and operated by the human hand. Jacob Stempky was raised in Michigan and from a very early age was especially fond of drawing. He graduated Cum Laude from The University of Michigan School with a degree in Drawing, Painting & Printmaking. In Chicago, he started The Super Duper Art Co, then moved to Pittsburgh in 2009.

Arts Day of Giving
The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council and The Pittsburgh Foundation team up again to support more than 150 arts organizations and artists with their Arts Day of Giving from 6 am until midnight. During this 18-hour opportunity, you can log on to www.pittsburghgives.org and donate online to arts non-profits. Each donation from $15 to $1,000 will be partially matched, making your dollars go even further.

ArtDOG salon
A world premiere arrangement, featuring you, led by PNME's new Directorof Education Jennie Dorris. PNME flutist Lindsey Goodman will perform works by Pittsburgh's Eric Moe and Roger Dannenberg, and new PNME Board member -- pianist, composer, and blogger Linda Kernohan (a.k.a. Ms. Music Nerd) -- will give a special performance. Desserts will be served. Register for Free admission at pnme.org.

James Gourlay directs music inspired by legends, sagas, fairy tales and heroic deeds. Enter a multi-media world of Hobbits, Wizards and evil goblins with music from The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. Imagine the Roman Legions in Respighi's The Pines of Rome and have your heart lifted by some of America’s greatest marches.

The Glass Menagerie
The fading Southern belle, Amanda Wingfield; her sensitive daughter, Laura, who collects figurines that catch the light; their hopes for the Gentleman Caller who comes to pay a visit. These are Tom's memories of his family. After the recent acclaimed Broadway revival, The Public launches its 40th anniversary "Season of Legends" with a new production of Williams' classic -- the first play ever staged by this company.

Choral Music Workshop & Concert
Dr. Herbert V.R.P. Jones directs Bethany's first Choral Music Workshop and Concert, The Workshop Concert will be held Sunday, Oct. 5 at 5:00 pm.

Are You Still There?
Separated by streets, ideas, and lifetimes, we meet through dropped calls that ring off walls and reach for a clear connection. Why do we hold onto that fading line that leaves us asking, "Are You Still There?" This world premiere dance performance features original, live music by Ian Green.

Meridian Arts Brass Ensemble
Meridian's five brass players and a percussionist comprise America's leading brass group exploring the music of today. They'll feature Andrew Rindfleisch's "In the Zone" and "Four Fanfares for Two Trumpets," and his arrangements of music by Stephen Foster, James Thornton, and Walter Kollo. Rindfleisch will be in attendance. Meridian also plays music by Pitt faculty composer Amy Williams, David Felder and Giovanni Gabrieli.

Student Choreography Project
The 2 pm and 8 pm performances on Oct. 4 will be streamed LIVE. This edgy and inspired concert features selections from a variety of dance genres by some of Conservatory Dance Company’s most promising young artists. "Til the End," choreographed and performed by John O'Neill and Jennifer Florentino for the Student Choreography Project was chosen for the National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center.

Book of Ezra
Playwrights founder and producing artistic director Mark Clayton Southers will direct the premiere of a one-man play, Book of Ezra, written and performed by spoken word artist and national slam poet Leslie Ezra Smith. Book of Ezra chronicles his coming of age and consciousness – growing up as a Black man in America.

Music Director & Conductor Matthew Kraemer gegins the season with the Capriccio Espagnole by Rimsky-Korsakov, Concerto de Aranjuez by Rodrigo with guest guitarist Nicholas Goluses, Alborada del Gracioso by Ravel, Carmen Suite #1 by Bizet, and The Three-Cornered Hat Suite #2 by De Falla. Maestro Kraemer gives a pre-concert lecture at 6:30 pm.

French and Belgian Music for Violin and piano
An afternoon of works by Leclaire, Ysaye, Franck, and Ravel. Featuring Cyrus Forough, violin; Sung Im Kim, piano.

Faith & Fate: Beethoven's Mass in C and Brahms' Schicksalslied
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra accompanies the Mendelssohn Choir in Brahms and Beethoven conducted by Betsy Burleigh. Brahms' Schicksalslied, or Song of Fate, takes us from heavenly bliss to the dramatic depths of despair, bemoaning the unpredictability of our earthly existence. Beethoven's Mass in C Major is an unexpectedly peaceful and sublime expression of faith from the stormy iconoclast.

Guest Recital: Nancy Allen, harp
Principal Harpist of the New York Philharmonic, Nancy Allen will give a guest recital featuring the works of Respighi, Faure, Jean-Philippe Rameau, Francois Couperin, and more.

The Story Collider: Reactions
Five Carnegie Mellon students will share the true, personal stories behind their research. Adam struggles to save his sea urchins from the polar vortex. Casey's in the middle of the ocean when the ship's internet breaks, and Matineh reacts to a change in culture when her research moves her from Iran to Pittsburgh. The result is a funny and touching show.

Linda Eder
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust presents one of the greatest contemporary voices of our time, Linda Eder, as part of the TRUST Cabaret Series. Eder's diverse repertoire spans Broadway, standards, pop, country, and jazz. As the tragic character "Lucy" in the Broadway musical JEKYLL & HYDE, Eder blew the roof off each night as she belted out "Someone Like You" and "A New Life," and was rewarded with a Drama Desk nomination.

B.E. Taylor
 Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2015  Venue: Heinz Hall Time: 7:30 PM $100 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 Meet & Greet ticket to the event. $75 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 ticket to the event.  Now in it’s 19th year, the B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert  continues to wow audiences throughout the Midwest. B.E. Taylor Christmas is the place where the faithful come year after year to feel the love of Christmas. Inside some of the most revered concert halls in America, B.E. Taylor transforms old favorites through bold interpretations to create new traditions that will live in the heart as long as Christmas is celebrated.

Holiday Doo Wop
Date: Wednesday, December 16, 2015  Venue: Heinz Hall  Time: 7:30 PM $90 Donation to WQED includes a thank you gift of 1 ticket to the event. The 14th Annual Pittsburgh Holiday Doo Wop Concert returns to Heinz Hall. Featuring - MARY WILSON of the Supremes “Where Did Our Love Go”, “Baby Love” Lenny Welch “Since I Fell For You”, “Ebb Tide” The Original Tymes “So Much in Love”, “Wonderful, Wonderful” Shirley Alston Reeves original lead  of  The Shirelles “Soldier Boy”, “Mama Said” Tommy Mara and The Crests “Sixteen Candles”, “Cara Mia” Special guest Johnny Angel and The Halos