Pittsburgh violist Ji Young Nam performs a second set of three movements from Bach’s Cello Suites, transcribed for the viola, evoking both stormy and quiet states of mind.
Chamber music ensemble NAT 28, less than a year old, is preparing to host its first Pittsburgh Composer’s Project concert. We catch up with artistic director Zoe Sorrell.
A Love Supreme, a performance bridging classical opera and jazz, basked in vocalist Anqwenique Wingfield’s confidence.
Composer Laura Kaminsky and artist Rebecca Allan discuss nature, political art, and the Pittsburgh Opera’s upcoming performance of Kaminsky’s As One.
From the Moogerfooger to the Theremini, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is lending an array of electronic music gadgets. We got a chance to preview some of the new instruments.
Conductor Edward Leonard, co-founder of the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh, breaks down the costs of a musical production.
Blending vocal performance and visual art, the duo of Anwenique Wingfield and Julie Mallis prepare A Love Supreme for its New Hazlett Theater debut.
In this second part of his Close-Up, Spencer Geer steps into a singer-songwriter role with “Leaving.”
Guitarist Spencer Greer shares a fluid, rhythmic piece for the guitar that draws from his jazz background.
Mathew Tembo and Colter Harper take to kalimba, guitar, and the cajón for their performance of “Nthawi.”