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Fly Us to the Moon

Benny Benack III

June 10, 2022 @ 8:00 pm

Join us for Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall’s last annual benefit before closing the Hall for ambitious renovations.

Who better than Benny, his trio and you to take the Library & Music Hall on its final journey to a beautifully restored Carnegie Carnegie Hall?

NYC-based Benny Benack III is a third generation Pittsburgh Jazzman. Following in the footsteps of his trumpeter/bandleader grandfather and saxophonist/clarinetist father, “BB3” is his own brand of fiery trumpet player, smooth vocalist and showman extraordinaire. Chart-topping vocalist, Michael Stephenson, is a soulful complement to BB3’s signature style.

Benny will serve up an evening of standards à la Sinatra, interspersed with the improvisational/free jazz styles of Thelonious Monk and Ornette Coleman — leavened with a dollop of “pure Pittsburgh.”

This night of memorable music will be followed by a lively after-theater party throughout the ACFL&MH’s beautiful historic landmark facility that — weather permitting — will spill out into our fabulous new Library Park.

Fly Us to the Moon
Event Committee
Cheryl & Phil Boyd, Co-Chairs
Mary & Vashistha Bhaskar
Rachel Enck & Evan Welsh
Vanessa Klapper Lee & Terry Lee
Lisa Moretti & Joey Waslousky
Gail Neustadt
Stella Sienicki Szafranski
Betsy & Tom Teti
JoEllen & Alan Yeasted, MD

Reserved Orchestra Seating: $125 ($80 is tax-deductible)
Open Balcony Seating: $75 ($30 is tax-deductible)

Onsite parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. We have also arranged for free parking and shuttle service from the Nortek Building located at 102 Broadway Street, Carnegie, PA 15106. To reach this additional parking location, cross Mansfield at the light. It is a five-story white building next to WesBanco. A free shuttle will take you to our building from this parking lot and return you to your car after the event.

The Library & Music Hall follows CDC guidelines.  Given Allegheny County’s high infection rate, the ACFL&MH strongly encourages everyone to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status.