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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....
Bellefield Hall Auditorium The VOX performance has been canceled.
The New Hazlett Theater aws360.jpg Music on the Edge and The Andy Warhol Museum present Alarm Will Sound “ close to being a rock band as a chamber orchestra can be.” –The New York Times “...überhip....” –Entertainment Weekly The critically acclaimed chamber orchestra brings 1969 to...
Join our new Carpathian Music Ensemble at their open house for regional food, singing and dancing! Adrianna Helbig (Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology) is the founder and director of the ensemble.

Tuesday, December 2, from 5–7 p.m. Bellefield Hall Room 423 (aka Lou Little Gym—go all the way to the fourth floor, to the back of the building, through the glass doors , turn right, and follow your ears!)

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: PITTSBURGH - With the holiday season comes a unique evening of spiritually inspired chamber music presented by the IonSound Project. IonSound Project members Peggy...
Bellefield Hall Auditorium, free Music Mondays are informal recitals by Pitt faculty and students. This concert features the debut of our new Carpathian Music Ensemble. including music by Anonymous, J.S.Bach, Elliott Carter, Aaron Copland, James Paul Corsale, Michael DiBarry, Vince Guaraldi, Arthur Hellman, Eric Moe, Mathew Rosenblum, Judith Weir  and Roger Zahab performed by
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...
Polyp Poetics: Toward a Natural History of Instrumental Music Music Building, Room 132, free Reception to follow
Hip-hop Movement Among the Turkish Community: Emergence in Germany, Interactions with Turkey, Developments up to Recent Times Music Building, Room 132, free
Three Upcoming Grapes of Wrath Opera Programs PITT ARTS is pleased to announce three important programs in November 2008 for the Pittsburgh premiere of Pittsburgh Opera’s The Grapes of Wrath.

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