A Night to Remember: Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra Comes to Carnegie Carnegie Hall
June 10 @ 7:30 pm
The Andrew Carnegie Free Library is pulling out all the stops for its 2023 annual benefit! It will be the last benefit before the Music Hall closes for renovations in January 2024.
Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra is comprised of the region’s finest and busiest jazz musicians. However, this fabulous 17-piece ensemble rarely performs as a full band. In terms of both PJO’s sound and size, the acoustically superb Music Hall is the rare perfect fit! Anqwenique Wingfield, one of Pittsburgh’s most versatile vocalists — equally at home interpreting jazz, opera, classical music and soul — joins PJO for the evening.
Almost as memorable as the concert, a party follows throughout the ACFL&MH’s 35,000 sq. ft historic landmark facility – in the Lincoln Gallery and the Studio. If the night is fine – and why wouldn’t it be – the party can spill out into the lovely Library Park. Tempting food and drink are part of the festivities. If you come early, join us at the Library’s circulation desk for a pre-concert glass of prosecco.
June 10 supports the Library & Music Hall’s wide range of services, programs and performances, while getting us that much closer to “Completing the Carnegie Carnegie.” We’ll be a little more dressed up than usual, but A Night to Remember also showcases the magic that can be found on a day in and day out basis.
Please join us!
$150 for reserved orchestra seats ($100 tax-deductible)
$75 for open balcony seating ($25 tax-deductible)
I am unable to attend but would like to make a tax-deductible gift.
(Please indicate donation is for “ACFL&MH Benefit.”)
All ticket sales are final.
A Night to Remember
Phil & Cheryl Boyd, Co-Chairs
Vashishta & Mary Bhaskar
Dana & Susan Craig
Rachel Enck & Evan Welsh
Chris & Kathy Green
Mike Hatcher & Holly Hampe
Joe & Lynn Smith
Stella Sienicki Szafranski
Joe & Joni Negri