Free Events This Week for Pitt Undergraduates Only!


1. Steeltown Songbirds - Artful Wednesdays
2. Moby-Dick
3. New Works
4. Elgar Symphony No. 1

1. Steeltown Songbirds - Artful Wednesdays
Wednesday, March 28
Nordy's Place - Lower Level William Pitt Union
12-1 PM

This marimba ensemble includes bass and violin, and they love classical music and new audiences. They will be thrilled to play at Pitt for the first time and meet out vibrant student community.

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

Coming on April 4:
Soca Plus

2. Moby-Dick
Pittsburgh Opera
Friday, March 23
Meeting Time: 6:35 PM
Estimated End Time: 11:00 PM

Thrill to this exciting new and critically acclaimed opera, based on the famous Herman Melville novel about Captain Ahab's monomaniacal pursuit of a legendary white whale in his ship the Pequod. The opera delivers an incredible combination of astounding visuals and spellbinding music you won't want to miss. Brilliant composer Jake Heggie stuns with his interpretation of this masterpiece!

A dessert reception at the theater follows the opera.

3. New Works
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
Saturday, March 24
Meeting Time: 5:30 PM
Estimated End Time: 10:00 PM

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre presents seven inventive world premieres created by emerging choreographers among its own company dancers: William Moore, Amanda Cochrane, JoAnna Schmidt and Yoshiaki Nakano. Experience the artistry and athleticism of ballet from new angles!

Enjoy dinner with us at The Porch before the ballet.

4. Elgar Symphony No. 1
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Sunday, March 25
Meeting Time: 12:50 PM
Estimated End Time: 4:30 PM

Sir Mark Elder, conductor
Anne Martindale Williams, cellist

Elgar: Symphony No. 1 in A-flat major, Opus 55
Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme
Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks

Sir Mark Elder conducts a program that begins with music from his native England, Elgar's Symphony No. 1. Principal Cellist Anne Martindale Williams takes center stage to perform Tchaikovsky's Variations on a Rococo Theme, a charming set of variations teeming with grace, symmetry and brilliance. The program comes to a rousing conclusion with Strauss's Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, in an all-out orchestral virtuosic showcase.

Join us for a pre-concert brunch at Heinz Hall.