You are invited to a free performance and ice cream social! Join us for music by
the Pittsburgh Philharmonic and enjoy a scoop of Graeter’s Ice Cream. Get a sneak
peek of the upcoming performing arts
season and get your season tickets in advance.
Sponsored by Thompson-Miller Funeral Home
This event is open to the public. Seating is limited to house
capacity. Free tickets will be distributed starting at 2:00 p.m.
Our resident ballet company returns with an outstanding evening of dance from Maria
Caruso’s repertoire. After recent collaborations with New York’s iconic Martha Graham
Company and a main-stage performance at Israel’s prestigious Karmiel Summer Dance
Festival, Bodiography will present a newly choreographed work including students from
local dance studios. Experience an evening of graceful and elegant dance!
Join newly appointed Maestro Daniel Nesta Curtis as he takes the reins of the orchestra
for a season opener featuring movements from Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphony No.
8 in B Minor, Liszt’s “Les Preludes” symphonic poem and from Berlioz’s amazing “Symphonie
The Tamburitzans, America’s longest-running multicultural song and dance company,
are back in Butler as part of their 83rd season. With “Symbols-Expressions of Culture,”
the international performers will highlight the music and dance of many different
countries, from Eastern Europe to Ireland and even some from right here at home. Don’t
miss your chance to experience the Tamburitzans! You’ll be swept away by their professional
talent and energy, along with their beautiful costumes and staging.
Join us for a “Brasstacular” night of incredible music with the River City Brass Band
Octet. This ensemble from one of the foremost brass bands worldwide brings you music
from the Great American Songbook to pop to Broadway and classical - with a few patriotic
numbers as well! The Pittsburgh region has many things to be proud of and the River
City Brass Band Octet is one of them! Don’t miss this exciting evening of entertainment!
Enjoy Dvorak’s famous “Symphony No. 9, from the New World” and other “new world” music,
including an electroacoustic work by composer Ryan McMasters and the winner of the
Philharmonic’s composer competition.
The British are coming, again! Back in the U.S. on a third tour, the all-male a cappella
sensation Semi-Toned, from the University of Exeter in England, will take the stage
at Succop Theater. Enjoy a memorable evening of hits from the 1970s to today with
tight harmonies, slick choreography and Semi-Toned’s trademark humor. Crowned champions
of the Voice Festival UK and winner of a Broadway Baby Bobby Award, Semi-Toned has
been hailed as an “international success.” And now these talented young men are coming
Romance is in the air as the Philharmonic performs Wagner’s Prelude to “Tristan und
Isolde”; Tchaikovsky’s “Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture”; Delius’ “Walk to the Paradise
Garden” from “A Village Romeo and Juliet”; Gounod’s “ Je veux vivre” from Roméo et