October 30 at 4:00 pm - Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland
Join the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale and choirs from the greater Pittsburgh region in an afternoon of music at Carnegie Music Hall. In its fifth year, the Festival of Choirs, PCC's signature outreach program, celebrates choral music with high school choirs from Moon Area, Pittsburgh CAPA, and Woodland Hills
December 2, 3, & 4, 2016
Ring in the holidays with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale! "Sounds of the Season" will put you in the spirit with holiday classics, traditional carols, and popular favorites. You'll even get to sing carols along with the PCC. Bring the family and start a new holiday tradition!
March 4 & 5, 2017
Join the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale as we explore musical settings that highlight the trials of war and the uplifting transcendence of peace. From the
first notes of Richard Burchard's hauntingly beautiful "O vos omnes," to Jeffrey Van's A Procession Winding Around Me, a powerful setting of Walt
Whitman texts for chorus and guitar, to the final "Dona nobis pacem" of Franz Joseph Haydn's triumphant Mass in Time of War, this concert will strike a
chord deep within you.
Our concerts feature Katy Williams, soprano, Eva Rainforth, mezzo-soprano, William Ottow, tenor, Joel Goodloe, baritone, Robert Sheffer, guitar, and the PCC Orchestra.
May 12 & 14, 2017
Back by popular demand! The Jazz Conspiracy Swingtet will again join the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale in a salute to the Big Band Era. Enjoy hits from the greatest generation by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Jimmy Dorsey, Les Brown, and more. This isn't just your grandparents' music. Come find out why it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing!
Performances featured music of Christmas in early December, a classical work in early March, and a Pops concert in early May.
"Sounds of the Season" Accompaniment was provided by David Billings, organ. 'Twas the season – no matter what holiday you celebrate! You heard classic holiday tunes, traditional Christmas carols and popular favorites.
Mendelssohn's Elijah.This oratorio has been moving people for 170 years as the story of the prophet Elijah comes to life through tender, lyrical solos, soaring choruses and moments of intense drama.
Our concerts featured Katy Williams, soprano, Eva Rainforth, mezzo-soprano, Adam Bonanni, tenor, John Dooley, baritone, and the PCC Orchestra .
"I Could Have Danced All Night - Celebrating Dance Through Music" - the audience was tempted to get up and move to music that's inspired by dance, including the Tango, the Charleston and, yes, even country hoedown! Performances featured Bryan Sable on piano, Robert Rawsthorne, percussion, and Justin Bendel on bass.
All of our venues are wheelchair-accessible. Please give notice when you purchase tickets that you need a wheelchair location or special seating arrangements. Ushers are available for assistance.