Erin Lynn, Director of Sales for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, fills us in on the new Young Professionals Club.
The Besozzi Trio plays at Duquesne University Sunday April 29 at 4:30. Two saxophones and a piano they’ve made it to the quarter finals of the Fischoff Competition at Notre Dame. Daniel Muller tells us about the group and birdwatching.
Rick Sebak has the latest on his new program airing Thursday April 26th at 8pm on WQED13 - People Who’ve Written Books Around Here. The program features Willa Cather, Stewart O’Nan, Cameron Barnett and more.
Shadyside Brass present Mad Mix at Heinz Chapel Sunday April 29th at 3pm with free admission and favorites from Pop, Broadway and Jazz inluding Alfred Reed's Laid Back Rag and Where is Love from the musical Oliver! David DeAngelo, trumpet, and Matt Tesh, trombone, share recordings made at the dress rehearsal at St Andrew's Luthran Church and have details on the concert.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theater present an all American program with Fancy Free + West Side Story + In the Night. Artistic Director Terrence Orr worked with Jerome Robbins closely and company 17 year veteral principal ballerina Julia Erickson will dance all three ballets in performances at the Benedum Center beginning May 4th. They are en pointe with Jim Cunningham.
Violinist Andres Cardenes, who serves as Director of Orchestral Activities at CMU, will play David's Stock's Philosopher's Stone with AliaMusica directed by Federico Garcia de Castro on Chatham University in the Music Center on May 4th, 2018 . Federico and Andres remember their colleague David Stockin this conversation and explain the goal of Aliamusica, where the name of the ensemble comes from, and much more. The program includes Varese, Lutoslawski, Erin Rogers, John Arrigo Nelson, and a new piece by Federico.