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Music on the Edge

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Classical Music Critic Andrew Druckenbrod takes an in-depth look at Alarm Will Sound's music-theater event 1969, to be presented this Friday by Music on the Edge and the Warhol at the New Hazlett Theater. Tickets are available through ProArts and at the door. Details of the concert are available here.
A quick reminder that MOTE's presentation of Vox, originally scheduled for February 28, has been canceled.
Violinist Mary Rowell and pianist Geoffrey Burleson perform for Music on the Edge at the Warhol  on Saturday Night (details). Here's a recent e-mail interview with Mary and Geoff cross-posted from Pittsburgh New Music Net. PNMN: Your Music on the Edge program at the Warhol covers a really wide range of styles, from Vincent Persichetti to Arvo Pärt to Amy Kohn… those are three very different artists right there. Do you see any overarching theme for the program or was the goal more to represent the variety of contemporary music? MR: Our programming is...
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A GREAT NIGHT OF NEW MUSIC

Update: The article in The Pitt News is here.
The Andy Warhol Museum sharp_sirius.jpg Music on the Edge and The Andy Warhol Museum present Elliott Sharp and the Sirius String Quartet. 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...

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