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Ben Vereen

On September 17th, 2016, The Hillman Center for Performing Arts at Shady Side Academy presents  Listen


Andres Franco - Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Mixer

Pittsburgh Symphony Assistant Conductor Andres Franco discusses the Classical Mixer for the end  Listen

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The Perlman Sound
A 3-CD tribute to violinist Itzhak Perlman on his 70th birthday (Aug 31) including his Sibelius and Korngold concerto recordings and "Zigeunerweisen" with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and a jazz piece with and by Andre Previn.
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Donora
Saturday, Aug. 27 at 7:30 PM
ake Hanner met the future lead singer of his band a few hours after she was born. He was disappointed she was a girl and cried. Eighteen years later, Jake ...more info

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  • WQED first told her story in "Portraits for the Home Front." Now the legacy of Elizabeth Black continues in a new documentary.