Voice of the Arts
WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham talks to folks from the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble about their upcoming "ArtDOG Salon" event on Thursday October 2nd, 8pm at Alumni Concert Hall on the campus of CMU.
WQED-FM 89.3's Jim Cunningham talked to Nicole Myers and Simon Cummings of Cello Fury. They will perform in Market Square on Thursday September 24, 2014 as part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival concert taking place in Market Square.
Accordionist and composer Guy Klucevsek is one of relatively few accordion players active in new music circles. Klucevsek was born in New York, and raised in the Pittsburgh area. He and clarinetist Suzanne Ortner talk about their performance with guitarist John Marcinyzn on September 19th, 2014 at the First Unitarian Church.
The new Johnstown Symphony Orchestra season kicks off this weekend with it's annual Opera Festival concert. WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham talked to Istvan Jaray, the Orchestra's music director, about the Festival, their upcoming season, and being with the Johnstown Symphony for 30 years.
At the Arts Education Partnership's national conference in Pittsburgh, Heather Noonan of the League of American Orchestras talks with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham.
At the Arts Education Partnership national conference in Pittsburgh, Leah Wilson, Opera America's Director of Learning and Engagement talks with WQED-FM Jim Cunningham.
Jane Chu, Chair of the NEA, talks with WQED-FM Jim Cunningham at the Arts Education Partnership's national conference in Pittsburgh.
River City Brass Music Director James Gourlay gives an overview of the band's new season, beginning with a program titled "42nd Street."
Duquesne's Beethoven on the Bluff series resumes with the Ninth Symphony for two pianos, a quintet for piano and winds, and the first-ever Romantic song cycle in a program titled "Ode to Joy." Pianist and Artistic Director David Allen Wehr previews Season Two: The Late Years.
Belfast native Matt Torney discusses PICT Classic Theater's production of "Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme." The guest director led "Sherlock Holmes and the Crucifer of Blood" last year, and now directs Frank McGuinness's play about eight young men from varying backgrounds who become a Northern Irish 'band of brothers' on the way to one of World War I's bloodiest battles.