Indiana University of Pennsylvania organ students conclude our Women's History Month Celebration with a recital featuring organ works by women composers.
The University of Pittsburgh's Women's Choral Ensemble performs a variety of a cappella music from popular, classical, and folk traditions.
Join the University Handbell Ensemble for their annual Spring Concert at Heinz Chapel.
The Harvard Glee Club and the University of Pittsburgh's Men's Glee Club are delighted to present a free concert at 8:00pm on Tuesday, March 17th, at Heinz Chapel.
In honor of International Women's Day, Regina Kettering presents organ works by women
Students in the Sacred Music Program of Franciscan University of Steubenville, under the tutelage of Prof. Neil Stahurski, present a program of organ works as part of their studies.
The Flute Academy will celebrate the rich traditions of Christmas music, making it come alive and resound by performing with the full family of flutes. We hope you enjoy these unique and clever arrangements of your favorite carols and discover new pieces that become special to you.
Sacred Music majors from Franciscan University of Steubenville in the organ studio of Dr. Neil Stahurski perform an organ recital as part of their studies.
Join the Pittsburgh Trombone Project for a wonderful afternoon of your favorite jazz, pop, Broadway and patriotic tunes. Program to include selections by Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, W. C. Handy, Dave Brubeck and an Armed Forces Salute!
Ukrainian musicians Viktor (organ) and Yuliia (soprano) Billa present a "Musical Snuffbox". Graduates of the National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kiev, The Billas Duo have worked as staff-soloists at Chernivtsi State Philharmonic Hall and performed recitals in a numerous countries.
Michael Hammer, the organist at Third Presbyterian Church in Shadyside, presents, "Featuring the French!", a concert of (almost) entirely French music. Guests will be treated to a stately offertoire, a pleasant pastorale, an otherworldly choral-prelude, and a dramatic sonata with a hair-raising ending.
In the Chapel's first organ recital of the fall semester, Doug Starr, Director of Music and Arts at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Mt. Lebanon and Dean of the Pittsburgh chapter of the American Guild of Organists, performs “Organ Suites for the Sweet”, a series of pieces of the same title by different composers.