The Pittsburgh Symphony played the Three B’s — Bach, Beethoven and Brahms — with conductor Manfred Honeck and violinist Augustin Hadelich.
On Sunday night at Stage AE Outdoors, the sold-out “turned-up” crowd was all his for the hometown release show for “GO:OD AM.”
It proved to be a fun show, with precious little tedium between songs and enough sonic balance between Mr. Porter and the band.
The Grammy-winning country trio made one of its final stops at the Burgettstown venue with artists Sam Hunt and Hunter Hayes.
British post-punk band soars in long-awaited return to Pittsburgh.
Singer focuses on new album, “Stages,” in intimate concert.
“The Winter’s Tale,” a collaboration between Quantum Theatre, Chatham Baroque and Attack Theatre, recalls the pasticcio tradition.
Icelandic band returned to Pittsburgh with bigger production to focus on new album ’Beneath The Skin.’
The renowned Choir of Trinity College Cambridge sang at Calvary Episcopal Church as part of the Britsburgh festival.
The Pittsburgh version of the City of Asylum held its annual Jazz Poetry concert on Saturday in West Park on the North Side.
The Motown superstar wowed the audience during Saturday evening concert.
Mr. Woods was in firm command of the horn, combining tone with fluidity in a situation that necessarily had to be tight.