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Dana Bishop-Root of CMOA - Nov 23, 2022

Dana Bishop-Root, Director of Education and Public Programs at Carnegie Museum of Art, talks about all of the holiday events taking place at the Museum, including the Carnegie Trees, live performances, the Neapolitan Presepio, and of course holiday shopping.  

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2022-2023 Season - Program 7 - Part 1 - Nov 21, 2022

Beatrice Rana returns to Heinz Hall for the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1.  Manfred Honeck conducts Jesse Montgomery’s “Source Code.”  And the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh and soloists join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for Poulenc’s Gloria and Dvorak’s Te Deum. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2022-2023 Season - Program 7 - Part 2 - Nov 21, 2022

Beatrice Rana returns to Heinz Hall for the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1.  Manfred Honeck conducts Jesse Montgomery’s “Source Code.”  And the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh and soloists join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for Poulenc’s Gloria and Dvorak’s Te Deum. 

Debra Lew Harder - Manfred Debut - Nov 18, 2022

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Music Director Manfred Honeck recently made his Metropolitan Opera debut with Mozart's "Idomeneo."   WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham spoke with Metropolitan Opera Radio host Debra Lew Harder about her impressions of Manfred with the Met.   

Jim Whipple - Renaissance City Winds - Nov 18, 2022

Jim Whipple is a founding member of the Renaissance City winds playing bassoon. He introduces a concert on December 20th in Oakland and November 26, 2023 at Holmes Hall on the north side. The program Tchochkes includes music for the holidays and special items rarely if ever performed in Pittsburgh with an emphasis on American composers. The concert on the 26th is in memory of the last owner of Holmes Hall, John Desantis, who has one of the world's most comprehensive collections of toy trains. Concert goers can tour the home after the concert. 

Jessica Gaynelle Moss - Mattress Factory - Nov 18, 2022

WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham spoke with Jessica Gaynelle Moss about the exhibit "Shrine" at the Mattress Factory through December 30, 2022. "Shrine" uplifts and recognizes Black mothers, artists, creatives and/or activists and honors sacred and holy spaces— or shrines– as sites of resistance and liberation struggle.

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