To Carnegie with Love is a musical love letter to the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall’s 115 years of service and programming. Bell’Art Ensemble has put together a program that is a journey through music’s Romantic era – Bizet, Rachmaninoff, Dvorak and Schumann. It concludes with the ultimate expression of romantic love: Tango!
To Carnegie With Love
Saturday, October 1 at 7:30 p.m.
To Carnegie with Love is the ACFL&MH’s annual benefit to support the restoration and revitalization of the historic landmark Library & Music Hall.
Bell’Art (Ashley Freeburn, violin; Jack Kurutz, piano; Billie Jo Miller; piano; Raquel Winnica Young, mezzo soprano and Lenny Young, oboe) will be joined by guest artists Tracy Mortimore on double bass, Ben Bogart on bandoneon and dancers from PGHTango. Bell’Art is also collaborating with projection designer Joe Seamans to make To Carnegie with Love a truly multi-media event. Seamans work on Quantum Theater’s 2015 production of The Winter’s Tale was brilliant, unexpected and absolutely integral to the production!
The performance will be followed by an elegant after-concert supper throughout the ACFL&MH’s facility.
Tickets are $125 ($80 tax-deductible) for reserved orchestra seats and $75 ($30 tax-deductible) for open balcony seating. New curtains and rigging in for the Music Hall are making their debut with To Carnegie with Love!
There is limited on site parking at the ACFL&MH. Shuttle service is available from the free parking lot on East Main Street (across from Carnegie Coffee Company. Additional parking is available in the adjacent Dollar Store lot,)