After 31 years and 12 studio albums, California punk band Green Day still knows how to work the crowd.
The Pittsburgh Opera production of Puccini’s “Turandot,” starring Alexandra Loutsion, is at the Benedum Center until April 2.
“Game of Thrones” parody “Graeme of Thrones,” Celtic Woman and comedian Donnell Rawlings are on tap this week.
Despite the fantastic music the group has put out over the last 11 years, something about the live performance felt artificial.
The band hits Pittsburgh on the Revolution Radio Tour on Saturday.
Two leading contemporary music ensembles, Bang on a Can All-Stars and the Arditti Quartet, will perform in Pittsburgh this weekend.
Soprano Alexandra Loutsion, who will tackle the difficult title role in Puccini’s “Turandot,” is a former Pittsburgh Opera resident artist.
Dylan said he was at the Civic Arena in July 1967 when Sinatra played two sold-out shows.
The legendary Village Voice and Rolling Stone critic will never stop looking for the best new music.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, Alabama indie-rocker Waxahatchee, Cold War Kids and Chuck Prophet are on the list of weekend performances.