The ACFL&MH uses Brown Paper Tickets as it ticketing services. We do not have the organizational capacity to handle ticket sales ourselves.
We are thrilled with BPT’s service! All events are linked to their www.brownpapertickets.com website. For those of you who like the personal touch, you may call them at 1-800-838-3006, x. 1. They answer the phone 24/7 and will process your credit card order for you.
The ACFL&MH offers a discount for purchasing tickets in advance. It helps us plan for an event – an extra promotional push, volunteers, a post- performance, receptions, shuttle, etc. It also helps that audience members make a commitment to coming. There is no penalty for purchasing at the door: rather there is an incentive for purchasing in advance.
You can use BPT to purchase your tickets up to 6 hours before the performance to get the advance, discount price. There is a modest handling charge, still below the door price. Group rates (10 or more tickets may be arranged by calling 412-276-3456, x. 6).
Please use BPT. For those who still are uncomfortable using your credit card, you may get the advance price at the Library & Music Hall up to 48 hours before the performance.
The Pittsburgh Savoyards’ Third Annual Winter Warmer
Bunthorne’s Beatnik Bongo Bash
January 21, 2017 4 – 9 pm
Help the Pittsburgh Savoyards Banish the Cold Winter Winds!
Don’t be hollow, hollow, hollow!
Join us for our Third Annual Winter Warmer!
Food, Fun, and Wine!
- A poetry contest aesthetical
- Gilbert & Sullivan karaoke with Matt “Daddy O” Brown
- Beats by the Lost Chord Trio
- Draw a ticket and take a chance to win a prize in our super-aesthetical raffle
- Wear your best beatnik/60’s garb
- Mingle with the cast of Patience – coming to the stage March 3-12, 2017
Lincoln Gallery at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall
Admission $25 For tickets and more information…
Monday, February 20, 7:00 pm
History Center Leader Narrates Aaron Copland’s
with Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra
February 20, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Andrew E. Masich, President and CEO of the Senator John Heinz Regional History Center takes the podium to deliver Lincoln’s memorable oratory the ACFL&MH’s annual Presidents Day concert. Copland’s stirring tribute to our 16th President concludes a concert performed by the Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra, led by Warren Davidson. Mezzo soprano Katherine Soroka joins the Orchestra to sing a selection of Copland’s Old American Songs.
A dessert reception in the Lincoln Gallery follows the performance. The Lincoln Gallery and the ACFL&MH’s rare Civil War room, the Captain Thomas Espy Post of the Grand Army of the Republic will be open on Presidents Day from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., then again after the concert.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, $5 children/students with I.D. Click here to purchase tickets.
Free shuttle from the parking lot on E. Main Street, opposite Carnegie Coffee Company.
Lincoln Portrait is sponsored by Dollar Bank Foundation. It is part of the Listen Locally series at the Carnegie Carnegie, which is also made possible through the generosity of the McKinney Charitable Foundation.
The cello rock powerhouse featuring three cellists and a drummer, bring their original music to Carnegie Carnegie Hall. Their music combines the symphonic sounds of the cello with driving rock beats. Cellists Simon Cummings, Ben Muñoz and Nicole Myers along with drummer David Throckmorton unleash vitality and rhythmic drive in their music and dare to venture past classical expectations.
Connecting with artists across genres, Cello Fury has collaborated with dance companies, theater organizations, opera and orchestras as well as with rock bands and singer-songwriters.
If you heard their performance at the open house in 2015, you will want to come back for the full concert in February. We welcome Cello Fury back to Carnegie Carnegie Hall on Saturday, January 28 at 7:30 PM.
Advance $18, $25 at the door, Students with ID $10. Click here to purchase tickets.
Pinkalicious the Musical
Music by John Gregor ; Lyrics by Elizabeth Kann & Victoria Kann ; Book by Elizabeth Kann & Victoria KannPinkalicious can’t stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor’s office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe–a dream come true for this pink-loving enthusiast. But when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious.
Fri. Feb 10 and 17 at 7:30 pm
Sat. Feb 11 and 18 at 2 pm
Sun. Feb. 12 and 19 at 2 pm
Wednesday, February 15, 6:30 pm
Jessica Lee: Loving the Blues
Photo Courtesy: Ronn Palm’s Museum of Civil War Images, 229 Baltimore St, Gettysburg, PA 17325 — 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Co. A
ACFL&MH’s Second Civil War Symposium Takes Place March 18
The ACFL&MH’s second Civil War Symposium takes place Saturday, March 18 with an eclectic roster of speakers. The day’s programming is geared towards educators, historians and Civil War enthusiasts. Symposium speakers are: Julie Mujic, Ph.D., who holds a teaching position at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Daniel Welch serves as a seasonal ranger at Gettysburg National Military Park, previously served as Education Programs Coordinator for the Gettysburg Foundation, and now teaches in a public school in northeast Ohio. Kristopher D. White is Co-Founder and Chief Historian for “Emerging Civil War,” and a very popular returning speaker at the ACFL&MH. Eric J. Wittenberg is a lawyer and also a Civil War historian, blogger, speaker and battlefield preservationist, who has somehow found time to write nearly 20 books.
Click here for the complete program information or to register by mail. You may also register online by selecting the session option below. Full and half day registration for the ACFL&MH’s Civil War Symposium are available. Fees are $45 and $25 respectively.
Advanced registration is required. For additional information call Diane Klinefelter at 412-276-3456, x. 9.