Voice of the Arts
Rick Smith of the South Hills Chorale stopped by WQED-FM to tell us about the group - it's history, along with plans for their 2019-2020 season.
This Sunday, 10:30am at Mellon Park, the Aeolian Winds will perform a free concert. Peggy Greb stopped by to talk to WQED-FM's Lauren Clouser to talk about their program.
The Executive Director of Chamber Music Pittsburgh, Kristen Linfante, stopped by WQED-FM to talk about all things Chamber Music Pittsburgh - their summer series, the upcoming season, their outreach and education projects, and what pieces Kristin is working on at the moment!
The Pittsburgh Festival Winds return to Bach, Beethoven and Brunch this Sunday, 10:30am at Mellon Park in Shadyside. Alex Jones stopped by to tell us about their program, and why hearing free classical music is the perfect thing to do on a Sunday morning.
Some members of Pittsburgh Festival Opera stopped by WQED-FM to chat with Anna Singer about tonight's performance of Strauss' "The Love of Danae" - 7:30pm at the Falk Auditorium at Winchester Thurston School.
Did you miss this afternoon's live performance by members of the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble?? Don't fear - here it is!!
Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble pianist Oscar Michaelsson talks about the Gershwin Sleepless night prelude which he plays this season with vocalization from Artistic Director Kevin Noe. Oscar was born in Sweden not far from Gothenburg. His Dad is a composer who loves the blues. He now lives in Vienna but he loves his time in the summer in Pittsburgh. He plays the long unpublished prelude in the WQED-FM studio on the Gibson Capital management Steinway.
Interim Executive Director of the Mattress Factory, Hayley Haldeman, spoke with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham about the latest news from the Mattress Factory, the importance of art for Pittsburghers, and her love of classical music!
Founded in 1976, Calliope is a nonprofit educational and presenting organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of traditional and contemporary folk music and its allied arts. Board Member Carol James and Executive Director Patricia Tanner stopped by WQED-FM to talk about the organization and their exciting plans for the upcoming season.
Founded in 1959, the North Hills Art Center is a place where people throughout the North Hills and surrounding areas could come and learn, express themselves, and appreciate all forms of art. Each year, the Center presents five Gallery Shows and one or two Artisan Markets. The Center's Executive Director, Kim Freithaler, and Board President Diane Pontoriero stopped by to tell us all about the North Hills Art Center.