Flutist Tara Yaney and oboist Erin Marion of the Cincopation Woodwind Quintet talk about their August 2nd performance for Citiparks' free Bach, Beethoven & Brunch Series. You'll hear about the players' backgrounds, their outreach efforts, and the music they'll play in Mellon Park.
A look at the Flight School exhibition at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. The Flight School is a fellowship program that encourages collaborative growth for emerging artists in a wide variety of traditional and electronic media. The show is on the third floor of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Arts Education Center through Juen 16th.
Artist Hugh Hayden describes the ways he uses cultural identity in his "American Hero" series, which includes a 1965 Ford Mustang painted white and adorned with racing stripes made of what appears to be black cornrowed hair. American Hero #4 is on view in Gateway Center during the 2013 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.
Detroit artist Susan Goethel Campbell describes her project “Portraits of Air: Pittsburgh,” which began with the distribution last weekend of framed air filters to 100 Arts Festival visitors. Korean-born New York artist Chang-Jin Lee talks about "Floating Echo," her transparent inflatable Buddha sculpture floating in the pool under the bridge in Point State Park.
Pianist Yuja Wang talks about Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto #1, which the 26 year-old superstar plays for the Pittsburgh Symphony's season finale weekend with the orchestra led by Manfred Honeck. Wang also talks about fashion, her upcoming CDs, how she spends her limited free time in New York, and more.
Hand-picked for the role of Julian Marsh by 42nd Street's co-writer Mark Bramble, Patrick Ryan Sullivan talks about the show he can't resist coming back to. He played Marsh on the Broadway tour and has directed the show which contains so many of the things audiences love about classic musical extravaganzas and shows that tap dance is still alive and kicking.