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Hotlist:  October 18, 2017


Ricardo & Jose Guitar Duo: Artful Wednesdays
TODAY! Wednesday, October 18
Nordy’s Place – Lower Level William Pitt Union
12-1 PM

 

Ole!  Flamenco guitarist Ricardo Marlow and Flamenco singer and guitarist Jose Oretea will have you clapping and stomping.

 

Free Lunch! No need to sign up, just show up and bring all your friends! Lunch is limited. Valid Pitt Oakland campus ID required.

 

October 25: Cello Fury


Beethoven’s Eroica
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Heinz Hall
October 27-29


$15, $20 & $25 Student/Osher
Starts at $18.26 for Faculty/Staff
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra tickets are available ONLINE ONLY.  Click HERE to purchase tickets.

Artists:
Manfred Honeck,  conductor
Alisa Weilerstein, cello

 

Program:
Macmillan:  Larghetto for Orchestra
Schumann: Cello Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 “Eroica”

 

Audiences are surely in for a treat when Alisa Weilerstein plays the Schumann Cello Concert.  Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony bring the performance to a powerful close with Beethoven’s famous “Eroica” Symphony.


Dracula
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
Benedum Center
October 27-29

 

$16-$82 Student/Osher
$22-$85 Faculty/Staff
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre tickets are available ONLINE ONLY.  Click HERE to purchase tickets.

Over Halloween weekend, PBT Brings back the deliciously spine-chilling Dracula, based on Bram Stoker’s gothic novel – the grandfather of all vampire dramas – with a haunting score by Franz Liszt.


Romeo and Juliet
PICT Classic Theatre
WQED’s Fred Rogers Studio
October 20-November 4

 

$15 Student
$35 Faculty/Staff/Osher

Ticket order forms are available at the PITT ARTS office (907 William Pitt Union).
Ticket order deadline:  noon the Tuesday before the performance.

 

Considered to be the greatest love story of all time, Romeo and Juliet examines the brief and passionate relationship between star-crossed lovers and gives us a vivid presentation of the tragedy evoked by the interference of the well-meaning but prejudiced attitude of others.


The Hard Problem
Quantum Theatre
Energy Innovation Center
1435 Bedford Avenue Pittsburgh 15219
October 27-November 19

 

$17 Student
$33 Faculty/Staff/Osher

Discounted ticket order forms are available at the PITT ARTS office (907 William Pitt Union).
Ticket order deadline:  noon the Tuesday before the performance.

 

Bristling with intellectual energy and wit, master playwright Tom Stoppard’s acclaimed latest play presents a heroine you’ll root for, a young psychologist working at a brain science institute financed by hedge funds, explores the complexities of consciousness, and the nature of belief.