University of Pittsburgh

Performance and Lecture Series

IonSound Project is the Department of Music's Ensemble-in-Residence.

IonSound Project

IonSound Project is the first professional musical ensemble with in-residency status at the University of Pittsburgh. The group gives concerts of new works at the Bellefield Hall Auditorium and at venues around the city. Read more >

Jazz Seminar and Concert

The Pitt Jazz Seminar and Concert was the first academic jazz seminar in the country to feature international artists connecting with aspiring students in a lecture format, then performing together as an ensemble. This four-day event is a true celebration devoted to the teaching, performing, and documenting of one of America’s most original art forms — jazz. Read more >

Lectures from Pitt's Department of Music

Each semester the Department of Music presents a series of lectures featuring scholars, composers, and performers who are leaders in their fields. All lectures take place in the Music Building and are free to the public. Read more >

Music on the Edge

Music on the Edge (MOTE) presents about six concerts each year featuring visiting artists as well as the Music on the Edge Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Roger Zahab. The series is devoted to the performance of contemporary music by professional musicians. Read more >

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