Chopin/Schumann on the Bluff, Season Two

PNC Recital Hall 408 Magee St., Pittsburgh, PA

The opening concert of this season’s Bluff Series features guest pianist Cynthia Raim, joining David Allen Wehr and faculty artists from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Pre-concert visit with PSO Principal Cellist Anne Martindale Williams. Tickets and livestream link at: duq.edu/bluffseries

Chopin/Schumann on the Bluff, Season Two

PNC Recital Hall 408 Magee St., Pittsburgh, PA

Program features Schumann’s Piano Quartet; pre-concert visit at 2:30p with PSO Assistant Principal Adam Liu Tickets and livestream link at: duq.edu/bluffseries

Violins of Hope Opening Concert

PNC Recital Hall 408 Magee St., Pittsburgh, PA

The opening concert of a six-week visit to Pittsburgh by the Violins of Hope, instruments rescued from the Holocaust. This program of music related to the Holocaust and the Jewish experience will be performed by Duquesne University faculty and guests from the Pittsburgh Symphony, concluding with a performance of Barber’s Adagio for Strings by the […]

Chopin/Schumann on the Bluff, Season Two

PNC Recital Hall 408 Magee St., Pittsburgh, PA

Schumann’s Symphonic Etudes are the major work on this program. Pre-concert visit at 2:30 with violinist Rachel Stegeman, heard on several hundred movie and television soundtracks. Tickets and livestream link at: duq.edu/bluffseries

Chopin Performance for the Kosciusko Foundation-Pittsburgh Benefit

PNC Recital Hall 408 Magee St., Pittsburgh, PA

Tickets: $25 All proceeds benefit the Teaching English in Poland  (TEIP) Program for Ukrainian Children and disadvantaged Polish youth. For Additional Information check our Facebook page (Kosciusko Foundation-Pittsburgh) or contact mlellena@zoominternet.net David Allen Wehr won the 1975 Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Prize in New York City, his first national recognition.

Chopin/Schumann on the Bluff, Season Two

PNC Recital Hall 408 Magee St., Pittsburgh, PA

Tickets and livestream link at: duq.edu/bluffseries A rare complete performance of Chopin’s “17 Polish Songs,” completion of the Chopin Nocturne cycle and guest cellist Clancy Newman highlight the final program in the two-season series.

All-Schumann Recital

Virginia Tech University 290 College Avenue, Blacksburg, VA, United States

Tickets and information: https://www.performingarts.vt.edu/  

Master Class

Virginia Tech University 290 College Avenue, Blacksburg, VA, United States

Tickets and information: https://www.performingarts.vt.edu/