Chicago band shows its full force and range in stunning show.
Guster was passing through on the way to a Philadelphia show when it stopped in Pittsburgh to avoid the horrors on the Turnpike.
Pittsburgh Opera adds Mark Adamo’s “Little Women” to its repertoire.
The Pittsburgh Symphony, joined by conductor Christoph Konig and violinist Tim Fain, played works by Respighi, Glass and Beethoven.
Holiday concert mixes "The Ghosts of Christmas Eve" with new material.
Seasonal concerts, death metal and a Festivus celebration are all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
The Pittsburgh Symphony, led by Manfred Honeck and joined by pianist Yulianna Avdeeva, played works by Schubert, Mozart and Beethoven.
Justin Sane and Chris No. 2 reveal special camaraderie on “Live Acoustic at 11th Street Records” recorded in Las Vegas.
Indie album that started on a whim is getting national attention.
Classic San Francisco band plays long-awaited Pittsburgh show, but is cut short before the encore.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra collaborated with Czech Philharmonic music director Jiri Belohlavek for the first time Friday night.
The Imodium works, and Public Image Ltd. frontman uses Strip club as his Altar on Thursday
Pittsburgh Opera embraced the complex characters in a pared-down production that plumbed much of the opera’s depth.
Indie hero Sufjan Stevens gives an exquisite and harrowing performance at Heinz Hall on "Carrie & Lowell" tour.
Fab Four drummer in fine form with a little help from his friends.
British singer-songwriter and crack band step out with a set of hits, new songs and fun cover.
“Jem and the Holograms” lead star Aubrey Peeples is the only appealing thing in this story of girl-band YouTube sensations.
Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay crafts an ambitious character study of a man beloved by the world but a jerk to those closest to him.
He's on tour performing his Grammy-winning 1976 classic, "Songs in the Key of Life," an album that sprawls out over two hours live.
Pittsburgh group knew they would meet the legend, but not on the stage.
The 1960s band gives audience a magical night with "Odessey and Oracle."
Dire Straits frontman makes long-awaited Pittsburgh return, mixing solo material and greatest hit
Betsy Burleigh, the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh’s outgoing music director, led an all-Durufle program for her final concert.
“Nabucco” is not one of Verdi’s best operas, but it’s short, tuneful and entertaining.
Music Review: Emphasis on the rhythms of dance highlights gratifying Pittsburgh Symphony performance
A debuting guest conductor, a Pittsburgh premiere, a charismatic soloist in a concerto, demonstrative audience: that’s just the first half.
The Emerson String Quartet’s unanimity and ability to listen to each other makes for a powerful opening to Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s
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.
Tribute band gets fans as close as possible to the real thing.
The Tony-winning star of "Wicked" and singer of "Let It Go" takes the audience on an emotional ride.
Those who went to the concert on Friday at South Park and expected a party to break out wouldn’t have been disappointed.
Soul Line Dancing, Idina Menzel, Len Barcousky and comedian Sommore all on the schedule for the coming week.
Social Distortion plays classic album in full; Anti-Flag rages through political punk.
Nashville duo plays its hits, and covers Garth Brooks and Wiz Khalifa.
South African crew puts a weird twist on rap and rave.
She stopped in Pittsburgh as part of her world tour, joined by DeJ Loaf, Tinashe, Rae Sremmurd and Meek Mill.
Bootsy’s Rubber Band is an offshoot of Parliament/Funkadelic and led by bassist William “Bootsy” Collins.
The Sunday evening series at Heinz Hall is part of a push to engage new audiences.
The show departed from the usual large-scale teen-pop affair with more low-key production, but it didn’t matter: The fans were ecstatic.
Veteran band mixes hits into lively, bluesy set.