Friday night was the first Pittsburgh Cultural District Gallery Crawl of the summer. And I had tickets for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for that night. Ingredients that promised a fun evening.
One of the fun things about the Gallery Crawl is the sheer variety of exhibits. There are the usual film projects, photo projects of various kinds. A few musical acts (I think if anyone can sit through a steel drum performance without smiling they should be checked for a pulse.) But I really remember the cross media pieces. At Trombino Piano
they had sculptures up, all made of piano parts!
Over at the Pittsburgh Culinary Institute they had some food. I was quite happy that they gave the chili a bit of kick to it, like chili should have. And they had a centerpiece that our local chefs in training do for fun.
All this followed by a concert with the PSO. And even here the variety continued. From the strident brass of Hindemith’s Concert Music, to Chee Yun’s violin singing with the orchestra on Mozart’s Concert No. 3, the sheer range and variety of the night was something to be enjoyed.
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