Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s vast archive goes digital

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s vast archive goes digital

Users can explore show posters, programs, performance details and audio recordings from its 120-plus-year history

Pittsburgh’s Montell Fish is spreading the gospel through hip hop and R&B

“The pastor spoke to me and said ‘God has a plan for your life.’”

Tribute to Pittsburgh musician Dave Vucenich planned for March 10 at Gooski’s

Festival honoring Unread Records’ 200th release set for March 11

J. Trafford, of Suavity’s Mouthpiece, stages a concert benefiting the Trans Women of Color Collective

The joyfully weird Pittsburgh band previously donated all online sales to the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit

Strangeways unites art scenes through unpredictable dance parties

“We’ve now crossed the threshold where it is more strangers than friends.”

The Long Hunt channel nature for its moody, minimalist debut, Wilderness Tales

Think of a sound somewhere between Slint and Sleep

A monthly performance series Crawling for Culture comes to Zenith on the South Side

The Uptown Woods, Angela Autumn, Millgroves Crossing and Different Places in SPACE are on the inaugural bill

Pittsburgh’s Secret House Sessions breathe new life into a forgotten home

“There are so many women in Pittsburgh who are quiet about being really good musicians.”

BACHBOOMBOX narrows the gap between hip hop and classical music

A cellist, a human DJ, an opera singer and a handful of multidisciplinary artists set their sights on breaking down barriers between genres



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