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Long renowned for its superb acoustics and historic character, the Andrew Carnegie Music Hall in Carnegie offers audiences a variety of artistic and cultural performances in an elegant and historic setting, and distinguished by world class natural acoustics.  This facility is fully accessible Please check the calendar listing for the presenting organization’s respective contact information and visit our Ticketing page for specific ticketing information. Join us throughout 2016, as we celebrate our 115th Anniversary Season! From our ACFL&MH-produced Listen Locally performance series, to resident companies Stage 62 and Carnegie Performing Arts Center, to Music Hall friends Pittsburgh Savoyards and Kiev Ukrainian Dance Ensemble, and more–this year is primed to both entertain and inspire our regional community!

Upcoming Events

July 19, 2017

Studio Gallery features Rick Finkelstein’s original photography from his collection “Jazz Nights in Pittsburgh

Through August 25, 2017

This collection includes over 50 unique photographs of beloved jazz artists of Pittsburgh including Joe Negri, Roger Humphries, Maureen Budway, Spider Rondinelli, Richie Cole and many, many more. Captured from the lens of a musician, this intimate collection salutes the diverse talent of today and yesterday that make for great Jazz Nights in Pittsburgh.

Please call for details or group tours: 412-276-3456 x6

Pieces in this collection are available for purchase. A portion of each sale benefits the ACFL&MH.


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Wednesday, August 16, 6:30 pm

Our monthly Studio series continues with RML Jazz

Join us for happy hour in our air conditioned ‘urban hipster’ Studio space for an evening of jazz with RML Jazz Trio featuring Mike Clancy (sax/flute) Rick Laus (drums/percussion/leader) and Dr. Glenn Utsch (keyboard.) Cool down and unwind mid-week with a mix of smooth jazz, modern jazz, and updated Standards arrangements from Miles Davis to Grover Washington Jr. and from Pittsburghers such as Art Blakey and Stanley Turrentine.

The Trio can also be seen throughout the Pittsburgh region and James Street, Jergels and Table 86.

Park for free on Main Street and enjoy our complimentary shuttle service during construction. See map.

Doors open at 6:00 pm || Concert begins at 6:30 pm

Tickets: $10 at the door

Ticket includes Gallery admission for “Jazz Nights in Pittsburgh” – original photography collection by Rick Finkelstein.


Listen Locally Downstairs is made possible by Peoples Natural Gas.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 6:30 pm

Our monthly Studio series continues with Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo

Join us for a mid-week happy hour in our ‘urban hipster’ Studio space for an unforgettable concert with Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo. As soloists and ensemble players, John Marcinizyn and James Ferla have performed throughout the United States. The duo’s repertoire spans five centuries, including music by traditional and contemporary composers as well as folk, jazz, and popular arrangements. The Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo “compile what is easily the most diverse set list in town” (John Hayes, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Learn more about the duo here.

Park for free on Main Street and enjoy our complimentary shuttle service during construction. See map.

Doors open at 6:00 pm || Concert begins at 6:30 pm

Tickets: $10 at the door

Listen Locally Downstairs is made possible by Peoples Natural Gas.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Saturday, September 23, 8:00 pm


 3rd Street Belly Dance is proud to present an evening of performances featuring global Bellydance sensation, Sadie Marquardt!  As one of the most sought-after performers and teachers of Oriental Dance, Sadie captivates audiences and inspires fans around the world.

Plus performances by:

Maria Hamer and her troupes Hamsa and Evil Eye
Joanna Abel
3rd Street Belly Dance
and more!

Live Music by Ancien (OH)

Ancien is a world fusion band that blends sounds of Balkan, Klezmer, Gypsy, Medieval, Sephardic, Flamenco, Blues, Turkish folk, Middle Eastern and Classical music traditions. The band members come from a variety of musical disciplines which creates unique improvisations provide the driving force of Ancien’s rhythm and style.

Visit for more details.

Park for free on Main Street and enjoy our complimentary shuttle service during construction. See map.

Doors open at 7:00 pm || Performance begins at 8:00 pm

Tickets: $20 available online or by calling 1-800-838-3006

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Saturday, October 7, 7:30 pm


Revered guitarist and beloved Pittsburgh icon Joe Negri returns to the Music Hall on October 7 to perform his Mass of Hope featuring the Bach Choir under the direction of Thomas Douglas. Performing with Negri are Max Leake on piano, Tony DePaolis on bass and Tom Wendt, percussion with guests Gavin Horning on guitar and Natalie Tomaro, soloist.

A Pittsburgh icon and guitar legend, Joe Negri has distinguished himself as a nationally acclaimed performer, recognized composer, renowned actor and respected educator for decades. He may be most familiar to national audiences for his 30-year tenure as the affable Handyman Negri on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood (PBS).

Now in his 10th decade, Negri began developing his Mass in the mid-1960’s, incorporating typical jazz styles with harmonies and syncopations, bringing the classic liturgy to life. In a Post-Gazette interview, Negri commented, “If you like popular music or jazz, I think you will get a lot out of it…Parts of it can even get you off your feet a little bit and get you clapping your hands.”

Doors open at 7:00 pm || Concert begins at 7:30 pm

Tickets are available online or by calling 412-276-3456 x8

$125.00 Reserved Orchestra Seating ($80 tax deductible)

$75.00 Open Balcony Seating ($35 tax deductible)

Joe Negri’s Mass of Hope benefits the campaign to restore and revitalize the historic landmark

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall.

The performance is followed by an elegant reception throughout the Library & Music Hall’s historic landmark facility, included with each ticket. The ACFL&MH’s rare civil war room will be open to guests during the reception.

Limited on site and street parking is available. For your convenience, a free shuttle to the Music Hall and back runs from the Main Street parking lot – directly across from the Carnegie Coffee Company.