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In-Person Concert Subscription

7 programs; subscriptions include on-demand videos sent approximately one week following the live performance

Adult: $230
Senior (65+): $185

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7 programs + bonus video content: $120

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In-Person Concerts and On-Demand Videos

Adult (under 65): $38
Senior (65+): $30
Student: $15

All single in-person tickets purchased online include access to that program’s on-demand video!

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things to know

phone sales of single tickets
close at 10 am the day of the performance
subscriptions and single tickets
also available at the box office
box office opens 1 hour prior to each concert
credit card payments preferred
early arrival encouraged
In-Person Concert Attendance
  • Proof of vaccination and adherence to COVID safety protocols required (click here for more information)
  • General seating
  • Concerts approximately one hour with no intermission
  • All venues are ADA compliant
  • Your government issued ID will serve as your ticket
  • Once proof of vaccination is verified and recorded, an ‘express line’ may be available for attendance at subsequent performances
In-Person Subscriptions
  • Choose subscription type (Adult or Senior)
  • For each concert, select your preferred in-person performance or On-Demand Video for any program you will not be attending in person
  • All in-person subscriptions include the video for each program. Weblink will be sent approximately 1 week following the live performance.
  • Subscribers will receive an email each time a new video is available to view on-demand

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On-Demand Video Subscriptions
  • Beautifully produced using multiple 4k cameras and high-fidelity sound
  • Artist interviews and bonus content
  • Videos will be available to view on-demand approximately one week after the live performance
  • Each time a new video is available, you will be notified via email
  • Once available, videos can be watched on-demand whenever – and as many times! – as you’d like through June 30, 2022

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Single Tickets
  • On this page, select each program of interest and choose your in-person performance preference or on-demand video.
  • In-person single tickets include access to the on-demand video for the chosen concert, sent approximately one week following the live performance.
  • Once the on-demand video is available for your chosen program, you will receive a weblink for that program.
  • Watch your chosen program on-demand through June 30, 2022

programs subject to change. All sales final. No refunds.

Chatham Baroque & Incantare

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The Glories of Venice

Resplendent 16th- and 17th-century music for sackbuts, strings, and organ

We open our season with a splash, as Incantare joins Chatham Baroque to celebrate the return of early music to the live concert stage. Revel in the rich sounds of strings, sackbuts (early trombones), and a continuo team of violone, theorbo, and organ. This celebratory concert of 16th- and 17th-century music features sumptuous canzonas and sonatas by Gabrielli, Fontana, Merulo, Rosenmüller and others. Chatham Baroque Andrew Fouts violin, viola Scott Pauley theorbo Patricia Halverson viola da gamba, violone Incantare Ben David Aronson, Liza Malamut tenor sackbut Garrett Lahr bass sackbut Alice Culin-Ellison violin Cynthia Black violin, viola Naomi Gregory chamber organ

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Arthur Haas

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Bach Goldberg Variations

The Goldberg Variations, published in 1741 as “an Aria with diverse variations for the harpsichord with two manuals for the delight and entertainment of music lovers,” are the fourth and final volume of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Clavier-Übung (“keyboard practice”) collection. Bach’s last published word on keyboard playing, the Goldberg Variations are a brilliant display of compositional command and stylistic inventiveness, coupled with an unprecedented, acrobatic virtuosity and flat out humor. Arthur Haas harpsichord

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Chatham Baroque: The Art of the Trio

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Grounded: Popular tunes, dances, and variations of the Renaissance and Baroque

Chatham Baroque showcases the collective synergy, sparkle, and spirit of artistic directors Andrew Fouts, Patricia Halverson, and Scott Pauley as they embark on an exploration of popular tunes, grounds, and sonatas of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Join us for a Baroque jam session as we riff on popular tunes and dances like the Folia, Ciacona, and Romanesca, and include music penned by Corelli, Marais, Ortiz, Pandolfi, and Matteis. Andrew Fouts violin Patricia Halverson viola da gamba Scott Pauley theorbo, baroque guitar

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Twelfth Night: Flash and Elegance

An exploration of scintillating Italian sonatas by Caldara, Vivaldi, and Lanzetti, with special emphasis on the violoncello da spalla.

“Nowadays the violoncello is also held between the legs.” –– Leopold Mozart, 1756 We take plenty for granted these days. As Mozart’s father suggests, this might include how the cello can be played. As one of few specialists of the violoncello da spalla (a cello held against the shoulder), Twelfth Night member Andrew Gonzalez is in a unique position to illuminate this tantalizing instrument and technique. Featuring Italian Baroque music of vivid drama and expression –– Vivaldi, Lanzetti, and Caldara –– Twelfth Night highlights the brilliance and flexibility of the “shouldered cello.” Twelfth Night Rachell Ellen Wong violin Carmen Johnson-Pájaro violin Andrew Gonzalez violoncello da spalla David Belkovski harpsichord
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  • Proof of vaccination and adherence to COVID safety protocols required (click here for more information)
  • All subscribers and advance single ticket buyers will automatically receive a link to the concert video once it is released at no additional charge

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Chatham Baroque: Les Nations

Music from the Time of Louis XIV and XV

Chatham Baroque welcomes extraordinary guest artists Stephen Schultz (baroque flute), Caroline Giassi (baroque oboe), and Justin Wallace (harpsichord) to form a chamber ensemble that one might find at the palace of Versailles. Featuring the luxuriant music that defines the French national style, including François Couperin’s Les Nations, a sonata for flute and violin by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, and the troisième pièce of the Pièces de Clavecin en Concert by Jean-Philippe Rameau. Chatham Baroque Andrew Fouts violin Patricia Halverson viola da gamba Scott Pauley theorbo, archlute Guest Artists Stephen Schultz baroque flute Caroline Giassi baroque oboe Justin Wallace harpsichord

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Chatham Baroque: Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater

Chatham Baroque brings you the sublime music of the Lenten season featuring Giovanni Pergolesi’s (1710-1736) breathtaking masterpiece, the Stabat Mater. A rich ensemble of strings, organ, theorbo and violone supply the dramatic backdrop for the soaring, intertwining voices of Pascale Beaudin (soprano) and Reginald Mobley (countertenor). Additional music by Esteban Salas y Castro (1725-1803) and Henry Purcell (1659-1695). Chatham Baroque Andrew Fouts violin Patricia Halverson viola da gamba, violone Scott Pauley archlute Guest Artists Pascale Beaudin soprano Reginald Mobley countertenor Cynthia Black violin Kristen Linfante viola Adam Pearl chamber organ
Watch On-demand until July 31, 2022

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East of the River: Hamsa

April 30th at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, East Liberty | Venue Info Concerts: 5 PM & 8 PM in Hicks Memorial Chapel Lecture and Q&A in Long Hall: 3-4 PM Barbour Library Hours: 10 AM-2 PM Barbour Library Guided Tour: 12:30-1:30 PM Kelso Museum Visit: 1-4:30 PM

Music from Andalusia, the Ottoman Empire, North Africa, and the Sephardic Diaspora

East of the River performs music from Jewish and Ottoman traditions of the 13th through 18th centuries. Listeners will hear Hebrew, Arabic, and Ladino (Medieval Judaeo-Spanish) in this program consisting of songs and dances from liturgical and folk traditions, and will hear examples of classical instrumental music from the Ottoman court as well. These various types of music aren’t built with Western musical conventions, but rather, use the system of microtonal melodic modes referred to as the Arabic makam. The concerts will be held at Hicks Memorial Chapel on the campus of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, home of the Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology. The museum will be open from 1-4:30 PM and will feature a special display (details below). East of the River Nina Stern recorders & chalumeau Daphna Mor recorders & voice Ronnie Malley ‘oud & voice Tal Mashiach bass Shane Shanahan percussion East of the River, founded by internationally-renowned recorder players Nina Stern and Daphna Mor, explores the timeless gems of the Medieval European classical repertory together with virtuosic and haunting melodies of the traditions of the Middle East, Armenia, North Africa and the Balkans. East of the River’s music is arranged and interpreted by musicians whose backgrounds are of classical, Jazz and folk traditions. Read More

Required Health Questionnaire

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary’s COVID-19 safety protocols require that visitors fill out a health questionnaire. Please review these protocols and complete the questionnaire prior to your arrival on campus on Saturday, April 30th. Review COVID-19 protocols and fill out questionnaire
Lecture and Q&A (3-4 PM, John Knox Room in Long Hall) East of the River’s Nina Stern, Daphna Mor, and Ronnie Malley will conduct this program entitled, Creating the Hamsa Program: Jewish Liturgy and Folk Songs, Ottoman Music, Instrumentation and Musical Arrangements.” Registration not necessary but appreciated. Barbour Library (10 AM – 2 PM; Guided Tour at 12:30pm) The Seminary’s Barbour Library will be open from 10 AM to 2 PM. Capacity for the guided tour is limited to 20 people. Tour admission without registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology (1pm-4:30pm; Long Hall ground floor) Especially for the East of the River program, museum staff have created a special display of ancient coins from several centuries of the Ottoman Empire as well as Jewish coins dating back to the First Revolt against Rome in the first century CE. Capacity at the Kelso Museum is limited to 20 people per half hour time slot. Admission without registration is on a first come, first serve basis. To register in advance, please see the link in your ticket confirmation email
 
Things to Know About Attending
  • Proof of vaccination (or negative PCR test) and adherence to COVID safety protocols required (click here for more information)
  • All subscribers and advance single ticket buyers will automatically receive a link to the concert video once it is released at no additional charge

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