Upcoming Live Performances
Chatham Baroque at Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park
Wednesday, May 26, 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park (across from Phipps Conservatory in Oakland)
Free to attend
Donations gratefully accepted
Chatham Baroque plays dance music of 18th Century Spain and the New World by composers Santiago de Murcia, Gaspar Sanz, and others, as well as dance-inspired trio sonatas by Italians Antonio Vivaldi and Arcangelo Corelli.
For this special program, Chatham Baroque’s Artistic Directors, Andrew Fouts (violin), Patricia Halverson (viola da gamba), and Scott Pauley (theorbo & baroque guitar) are joined by guest violinist, Dawn Posey, who is Principal Second violin of the Pittsburgh Ballet Orchestra and the Pittsburgh Opera Orchestra.
The outdoor performance venue includes a 250-seat ‘VIP’ area. Seating arrangements will follow social distancing protocols between families, groups, or individuals. Masks required.
Metered parking is available along Frew Street (free after 6 p.m.), with additional parking available in the surrounding areas (including garages on Pitt/CMU properties). Open Air patrons are kindly asked not to park in the Phipps Conservatory parking strip.
Accessible parking spaces for the event are available by Flagstaff Hill. Accessible seating, including a wheelchair-safe platform and companion seating, is available in the seated section in front of the stage. *For Chatham: Up to six wheelchairs.
Notification in the event of a cancellation due to weather will be sent via email to those holding reservations.
This concert is a part of Open Air: A Series in Celebration of the Performing Arts presented on Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s mobile stage at Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park. From May 18-31, PBT and over 20 local performing arts organizations will perform.
Learn more about the series by visiting Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s website.