June 15, 2018 - Summer Fridays as the Frick - 6:30 pm
The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale rounds out its journey with a special presentation of its Pops concert, Hooray for Hollywood!, featuring music from the movies of the Golden Era to the present. Drive, fly or hop a train to Tinseltown to hear your film favorites! This is a great concert for the whole family. Dress like your favorite movie star and walk the red carpet. You just might be "discovered!"
May 5, 2018 - Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church - 7:30 pm
May 6, 2018 - Ingomar United Methodist Church - 4:00 pm
The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale completed its regular season with its Pops concert, Hooray for Hollywood!, featuring music from the movies of the Golden Era to the present. You could drive, fly or hop a train to Tinseltown to hear your film favorites! This was a great concert for the whole family.
March 3, 2018 - Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church - 7:30 pm
March 4, 2018 - Ingomar United Methodist Church - 4:00 pm
The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale's next stop on its musical journey—Italy—to hear Bella Musica! You traversed Italy with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale as they sang melodies that have echoed in cathedrals, piazzas and opera houses. You were the first to hear this music before the PCC takes it on tour in July!
December 1, 2017 - Ingomar United Methodist Church - 7:30 pm
December 2, 2017 - Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church - 7:30 pm
December 3, 2017 - Ingomar United Methodist Church - 4:00 pm
Board a train, plane or sleigh to journey into the holiday season – from the North Pole to Bethlehem itself! You heard the Sounds of the Season, our ever-popular December concert. Holiday tunes, traditional favorites, and sing-alongs make this concert perfect for all ages. It's a joyful time of year to bring everyone together to make this your treasured holiday tradition.
A great way to celebrate the season with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale!
October 15 at 4:00 pm - Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland
We hope you joined the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale on its musical journey this year! First stop was local – a hop in the car and caravan to Oakland to the stunning Carnegie Music Hall for our 6th annual Pittsburgh Sings: Pittsburgh Concert Chorale's Festival of Choirs. Choirs from City Charter High School, Shaler Area High School, and South Fayette High School performed individually, then joined the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale for an awe-inspiring finale! This show highlighted the wonderful choral music being made in our beloved city!
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.
The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale explored 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 surely struck a
chord deep within you.
Our concerts featured Katy Williams, soprano, Eva Rainforth, mezzo-soprano, William Ottow< tenor, Joel Goodloe, baritone, Robert Sheffer, guitar, and the PCC Orchestra.
Back by popular demand! The Jazz Conspiracy Swingtet again joined the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale in a salute to the Big Band Era. We featured hits from the greatest generation by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Jimmy Dorsey, Les Brown, and more. This isn't just your grandparents' music.
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.