Portrait Series: Amy Williams
The program includes five of Amy’s chamber works interspersed with interludes from her well-known Cineshapes, a series of pieces inspired by structural and thematic elements from different films. The works on this concert highlight NAT 28’s flexible and broad instrumentation: Dream Landscape for percussion quartet, Quodlibet for flute, oboe, violin, viola, cello, and piano, and Switch for piano four-hands.
$15 admission / $5 students
Amaury Morales presents an Ibero-American program, alongside Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.
2 pieces by Rafael Bullumba Landestoy
5 pieces by Ignacio Cervántes
Preludio en Conga no. 3 by Hilario Gonzáles
Canción y Danza no. 6 by Federico Mompou
Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky
Christiane Dolores and Amanda Van Story Lewis: From The Erlkönig and Debussy to modern vocal improvisation, Pittsburgh soprano Amanda Van Story Lewis and multiartist Christiane Dolores offer a 21st-century look at the tradition of the lied, with Zoltan Weslowski (bass) and Amaury Morales (piano).
Alia Musica premieres Within the Wall, a new quintet by Festival Composer Marilyn Shrude, conducted by Federico Garcia-De Castro.
General Admission: $20
Come celebrate spring at Brown Chapel AME Church in the North Side.
Joined by Pianist Maja Petrovic, and Soprano Takako Kiyota-Petek, we will showcase compositions by Bernstein, Debussy, Handel, Pittsburgh Local Composer Alex Marthaler, Ponce, and more.
Donation: $12 at the door
Reception after Performance
As Cinco de Mayo approaches, Aria412 celebrates all things Latin with Opera Caliente en el Salon (Opera in the Lounge)! You won't need to bring your own jalepenos or habaneros, because we'll have all the hotness you can handle!
On Tuesday May 1 we will gather at Wallace's Whiskey Room + Kitchen from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in tribute to the amazing legacy of Spanish music across opera, art songs, and musical theater.
Join Raquel Winnica Young, Franklin Mosley, Katie Manukyan, Ray Blackwell, William Andrews and Jennifer Saunders LaRocco
accompanied by Amaury Morales for an evening featuring everything from Tarantulas to Fighters for the Triumph of Faith. Passions will burn brightly from The Shadow of Your Smile to The Gaze of Your Beloved.
Amaury Plays the Organ in Gabriel Fauré’s exquisite work Requiem, to close out the WSO Season featuring the 55-member WSO Chamber Singers, directed by Marc Tourre. Artistic Director Daniel Meyer conducts the concert that also features Bizet’s elegant Symphony in C and Corigliano’s Elegy.
Tickets start at $15
NAT 28 celebrates its close connection to the music and culture of France. The ensemble's own composer-in-residence and French native (from Bordeaux), Jean-Patrick Besingrand has selected a program of works by his teachers and colleagues which capture the breadth of contemporary music in France today.
The program includes works by Georges Barboteu, Benoit Albert, Jean-Louis Agobet, Etienne Rolin, Pierre Boulez, and a world-premiere by Jean-Patrick Besingrand for the full ensemble.
$15 Admission/$5 Students
Program to include:
Two Preludes, op. 64, by Cesar Cui: No. 6, in F-sharp minor, and No. 8, in C-sharp minor
Violin Sonata by Claude Debussy, with Violinist Pinchas Rosenberg.
Reception following concert
David Fitzpatrick (oboe), Ryan Leonard (clarinet), Kyle Morelock (horn), Kika Wright (bassoon), Amaury Morales (piano), Natalie Severson (harp).
Featuring works by Ross Edward, Stuart Greenbaum, Elena Kats-Chernin, Michael Knopf, Stuart Greenbaum and Paul Stanhope.
The Incidental Chamber Players, in collaboration with the Tapestry Music Series, present a program with music from Australian composers as a continuation of their seven programs featuring the continents of the globe.