Music, dance, art, and more. Pittsburgh arts and entertainment organizations announce their 2023-24 season of events.
Andy Warhol Museum
Play with the awesome Silver Clouds. Browse the coolest museum store around. Recreate Warhol’s iconic red couch pose and snap a pic. Meet Cecil, Warhol’s stuffed Great Dane. Check out Warhol’s collabs with Basquiat. Make like Edie Sedgwick and mug it up in the photobooth. Take the elevator to the 7th floor—Warhol’s early life and art—and work your way down through the decades.
This popular ongoing concert series features a range of internationally touring indie artists and bands. Hey, you can’t download live. Learn more, browse dates, and get your tickets at warhol.org.
August Wilson Cultural Center
Polish your dancing shoes and prepare your palate for the Taste of Jazz Party with performances by drummer Jonathan Barber, Cleveland cover band Hubb’s Groove, and Pittsburgh’s own keyboardist Kevin Howard and Selecta, spinning jazz and classic beats in celebration of 50 years of hip-hop. And, then there’s the food!
Taste delectable delights from Braddock’s Rebellion, Nate’s Chop House, Chef Claudy Pierre, Taj Mahal, Over Eden and TRYP Hotel, Vallozzi’s, Eddie Merlot’s, Spirit and Tales at Oaklander Hotel, Emerson’s, Morton’s, Fogo de Chao, Nosh & Curd, Frybar and Ritual House.
Get your tickets at pittsburghjazzfest.org
Brew House Arts
Located in the former Duquesne Brewery building in Pittsburgh’s South Side, this non-profit art center now hosts up to 6 museum-quality art exhibitions per year, free and open to the public Thurs-Sat. Brew House Arts also provides studio space and unique year-long professional development opportunities to independent artists and curators. Discover upcoming events and plan your next visit at brewhousearts.org
Chamber Music Pittsburgh
Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s 2023-2024 season celebrates the vibrant range and deep emotional capacity of chamber music through six stunning concerts. Kicking off the season is a powerhouse collaboration between renowned flutist Brandon Patrick George and pianist Aaron Diehl. The lineup also includes the dynamic Jerusalem Quartet, Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet, and concludes with a performance by the company’s artists-in-residence, Ying Quartet, with Xavier Foley on double bass. Subscriptions and single tickets are available at cmpgh.org.
G Squared Gallery
G Squared Gallery, located in the beautiful town of Ligonier, Pennsylvania, is a distinctive gift shop and gallery offering a curated collection of original art, prints and photography, hand-crafted jewelry and gifts. Specializing in work from local artists and artisans including Bill DeBernardi, Leo Goode, Kim Williams and many others. Visit gsquaredligonierpa.com for more information.
Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center
Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center announces our 2023-2024 Clearview Federal Credit Union Subscription Series.
Catch Me If You Can The Musical | Disney’s Freaky Friday The Musical One-Act Edition | The Game’s Afoot: Holmes for the Holidays | Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker | The Little Prince | The World Goes ‘Round | Footloose The Musical | Titanic The Musical
Tickets available now – 724.576.4644 or LincolnParkArts.org
Maridon Arts and Entertainment
The Harvest Moon Festival, The Butler Country Club, Sunday, September 17th. The Maridon Museum invites you to attend a night of music, food, auctions, and dancing as it celebrates the Asian tradition of Mid-Autumn Festival. Stay tuned as next year we celebrate our 20th anniversary! It will be filled with special exhibits and programs beginning in our founding month of May! See special collections amassed over several years not on display before. Visit maridon.org for more information.
MCG Jazz – one of DownBeat’s Best Jazz Venues in the world – 2023-24 series runs from September-May. Artists include pianist Eliane Elias; Jazz Master Hubert Laws, saxophonist Gerald Albright and a lineup of trending stars Pasquale Grasso, Veronica Swift, Jazzmeia Horn, Matthew Whitaker. Experience Sean Jones’ “Dizzy Spellz”, Blue Note Records 85th Anniversary and The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra celebrating Duke Ellington. Vocal ensembles include New York Voices and Take 6. Closing the series are urban-jazz artists, Kim and Kayla Waters.
MCG Jazz, 1815 Metropolitan Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15233, www.mcgjazz.org, 412-322-0800.
Get lost in stories told through the magnificence of music, the unamplified human voice, costumes, choreography, and emotion. Opera has drama that pulls at the heartstrings, music that rattles the ribcage, and pageantry that dazzles the senses. Pittsburgh Opera offers something for everyone, from beloved classics to the provocatively contemporary. Learn more about our exciting season at PittsburghOpera.org. Where Can We Take You?
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden
Late summer and early fall is a great time to visit the Garden’s 65 acres. On a crisp day, the woodland canopy at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is a breath-taking sight. Every Sunday in October will feature family-friendly activities around favorite fall themes such as leaves, bats, and monarch migration. Visit pittsburghbotanicgarden.org for more information.
Pittsburgh Glass Center
Pittsburgh Glass Center is a nonprofit, public-access education center; an art gallery; a state-of-the-art glass studio; a community builder; and a hub for innovation and creativity. Anyone can take classes, explore the contemporary glass gallery, and watch the live hot glass demonstrations. World-renowned glass artists come here to create and teach. You can too. Join us this fall to make your own glass pumpkin or buy one that was handcrafted by a local artist. Visit pittsburghglasscenter.org for more information.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Experience the power of music from the orchestra of your here and now with the Pittsburgh Symphony. This 2023-2024 season, immerse yourself in soul-stirring performances that are timelessly classic—and strikingly relevant to our NOW. Featuring new voices, show-stopping spectacles, epic storytelling and more, this season is bound to bring you joy! For more information, visit pittsburghsymphony.org.
Rivers of Steel
Rivers of Steel is a regional nonprofit that showcases the artistry and innovation of southwestern Pennsylvania’s industrial and cultural heritage through its historical and 21st-century attractions—fostering transformative experiences via tours, workshops, exhibitions, festivals, and more. Behind the scenes, Rivers of Steel supports economic revitalization—working at the grassroots level to develop dynamic initiatives that deepen community partnerships, promote heritage tourism, and preserve local recreational, historical, and cultural resources for future generations. Visit riversofsteel.com for more information.