The Kente Arts Alliance has another engaging season of performers in store for this year at some of the most intimate venues in the city.
May 4, Trombonist Craig Harris at the Kelly-Strayhorn with the Craig Harris Septet, performing Brown Butterfly, a multi-media work based on the movement of Muhammad Ali.
The 48th annual Pitt Jazz Seminar and Concert - a weeklong jazz happening, culminating in Saturday night’s concert at the Carnegie Music Hall at 7:30 with world class artists:
JD Allen, saxophone; Andy Bey, vocals; Joey DeFrancesco, organ; Orrin Evans, piano; Billy Hart, drums; Ingrid Jensen, trumpet; Sean Jones, trumpet; Tineke Postma, saxophone; Reginald Veal, bass; and Mark Whitfield, guitar.
Thursday, September 13, 2018, HCEF is turning Spirit in Lawrenceville into an indoor beer garden for the evening to help the mission of HCEF.
In Allegheny County, there are 3,500 children experiencing homelessness. The mission of Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF) is to advance the education of those kids experiencing homelessness in our community to give them hope for a brighter future.
September is Jazz Poetry Month at Alphabet City.
Performers like Oliver Lake, Claudio Cojaniz and percussionist Jaimeo Brown will join an array of acclaimed poets and writers for a monthlong celebration of music and the spoken word.
Cuban Pianist Harold Lopez-Nussa brings his trio to MCG Jazz Friday night at 7:30 for his first ever musical visit to Pittsburgh. This first-ever visit to Pittsburgh is a part of a tour in support of his second record made for Mack Avenue, UN DÍA CUALQUIERA (On Any Day)