Hotlist: April 26, 2017
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
April 30, 2:30 PM
Tickets $15, $20 & $25 Student/Osher
Starts at $18.46 for Faculty/Staff
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
Manfred Honeck, conductor
Bruckner: Symphony No. 8
Sometimes nicknamed The Apocalyptic, the Eighth Symphony rises from a doom-laden opening to a noble third movement, and is some of the most ecstatic music the composer has ever created. Acclaimed for their interpretation of Bruckner, following their recent Grammy Award nomination, the epic Symphony No. 8 with Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is not to be missed.
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
August Wilson Center
April 26, 11 AM* and 7 PM
$11.25 school day matinee*
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble is seven brothers from the south side of Chicago who come from the extraordinary musical family of jazz legend Phil Cochran. The band freely mix the brass band tradition with generous doses of hip hop, soul and funk, creating an intoxicating and boisterous blend that is just barely contained.
Death of a Salesman
Pittsburgh Public Theater
April 20-May 21
$15.75 Student, $25.75 Faculty/Staff
(limited dates available)
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Zach Grenier (TV’s “The Good Wife”) stars as Willy Loman, the most famous traveling salesman in history, in Arthur Miller’s Tony and Pulitzer Prize-willing play. When Willy is downsized by his young boss, he caves under the strain of not being able to make ends meet. Lyrical and intense, the action shifts between memories of Willy’s glory days and his crumbling relationship with sons Biff and Happy. This theatrical masterpiece about aging, economics, and the American Dream retains all its relevance and power.
May 13 – June 4
So much of Darja’s life has been spent waiting: for love, for her break in life, and for the bus she relies on to get to and from cleaning jobs in blue-collar New Jersey. Ironbound is a riveting portrait of an independent Polish immigrant searching for the American Dream. This gritty new play depicts life on the economic margins and the hope that sustains us all.
The Summer King: The Josh Gibson Story
April 29, May 2, 5 & 7
$10, $25, $35 Student/Osher
$20, $30, $45 Faculty/Staff
Pittsburgh Opera tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
Opera lovers, baseball fans, and Pittsburghers of all ages will be dazzled by the premiere of The Summer King: The Josh Gibson Story, the story of baseball legend Josh Gibson. Josh went from the sandlots of Pittsburgh’s North Side to the pinnacle of greatness in the Negro Leagues, before ultimately being enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.