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Pitt Presents 44th Annual Jazz Seminar and Concert

PITT ARTS is proud to present a performance of Afro Blue, Howard University's premier vocal jazz ensemble in Nordy's Place in the Lower Level of The William Pitt Union from 12 PM-12:45 PM on Friday, October 31. Snacks will be provided.  Created by Professor Connaitre Miller in 2002, Afro Blue performs in a style similar to Manhattan Transfer and Take 6, while adding its own unique sound. The choir has been awarded multiple Student Music Awards by DownBeat Magazine; has been featured on NPR's All Things Considered; and reached the top four in NBC-TV's The Sing-Off, an a cappella group singing competition.  Afro Blue has been brought to the University of Pittsburgh by Pitt's distinguished Jazz Seminar and Concert, celebrating its 44th year.


Register NOW for the November Emerging Leaders Weekend Workshop!

November 14–16

The Emerging Leaders Program is a personal leadership development program that introduces students to the skills and tools to be a successful leader. Participants are given opportunities to network and meet established leaders. The program is facilitated by a team of trained staff and students.  We highlight five fundamentals of leadership—self-knowledge, valuing others, integrity, accountability, and change—through hands-on and discussion-based approaches.

  • Topics include: 
  • Group dynamics
  • Conflict management
  • Diversity
  • Values and ethics
  • Power and influence

Small registration fee. For details, call 412.648.7831 or visit www.emergingleaders.pitt.edu

Emerging Leaders is a main component of completing the OCC!  Don't miss this opportunity.