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Composition and Theory

Bellefield Hall Auditorium koppgoshigh1.jpg Music on the Edge presents clarinetists Jean Kopperud and pianist Stephen Gosling Tickets purchased in advance through ProArts: $10 for general admission and $5 for students and seniors, Call 412-394-3353 or visit www.proartstickets.org. Service fees apply. Tickets at the door: $15 and $8 Pitt students: Free with ID. Press Release Music on the Edge...
At The Andy Warhol Museum rowellburl.jpg Music on the Edge and The Andy Warhol Museum present Mary Rowell and Geoffrey Burleson Performing music by George Antheil, Jon Appleton, Eve Beglarian, Amy Kohn, Vincert Persichetti, Julia Wolfe, and Arvo Pärt Tickets purchased in advance through ProArts: $10 for general admission and $5 for students and seniors, Call 412-394-3353 or visit www....
ionsound.jpg IonSound Project James Laughlin Music Center, Chatham University Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for students and seniors, and can be purchased at the door. For more information please visit: www.ionsound.org PITTSBURGH - With the holiday season comes a unique evening of spiritually inspired chamber music presented by the IonSound Project. IonSound Project members Peggy...
You can find two extensive previews in the Post-Gazette and City Paper for tomorrow night's concert with NOW Ensemble.
132 Music Building, free Internationally acclaimed  composer John Adams will give a free lecture at the University of Pittsburgh on Saturday, November 15 at 3:30 p.m. Adams will discuss his recent compositions, including his latest opera Dr. Atomic, based on the life of J. Robert. Oppenheimer. John Adams is this year’s Pittsburgh Symphony Composer of the Year and his lecture at Pitt is part of an ongoing collaboration between the PSO and local universities, a collaboration which also includes performances of his music by university ensembles and opportunities for him to mentor young composers. One of America’s most admired and respected composers, John Adams is a musician of enormous range and...
Read Burkhardt Reiter's preview of our Sunday concert featuring Franz Lehar Composer-in-Residence Betsy Jolas in today's Post-Gazette. You can purchase tickets in advance through ProArts Tickets.
Starting next Friday there are enough outstanding events taking place in the span of five days that any one could easily get lost in the shuffle, so here's a summary of what's on deck. Friday October 10: Pitt Night at the Symphony $12-$25 depending on seating area for Pitt students, faculty and staff
City Paper ran a great preview of tomorrow night's IonSound Project concert. The announcement of the group's residency at Pitt is generating a lot of enthusiasm in the community. An excerpt from Aaron Jentzen's article:
Featuring music  by Elliott Carter, James Paul Corsale, Michael DiBarry, Marcos Balter, Roger Zahab, and Burkhardt Reiter performed by James Paul Corsale, guitar Michael DiBarry, Roger Zahab, and Leah Givelber, violins Bellefield Hall Auditorium, free

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