One of the greatest contemporary voices of our
time, Linda Eder’s repertoire spans Broadway,
standards, pop, country and jazz. Linda Eder
has recorded 14 albums, which highlight her skill
for delivering dramatic, emotionally resonant
interpretations of familiar songs while making
them her own.
trust Cabaret series
Cabaret at theater square / 7: 30 p.m.
tickets start at $50
robErt morris univErsity PrEsEnts
thE Pittsburgh sPEAkErs sEriEs:
From Hawkeye Pierce on “M*A*S*H” to Arnold
Vinick on “The West Wing,” Alan Alda has been
a staple on American television for more than
four decades, earning 32 Emmy nominations
and six Emmy and Golden Globe Awards.
heinz hall / 8 p.m. / subscription only
OFF THE RECORD XIV:
MYSTERIES OF PITTSBURGH!
Local musical satirists poke fun at Pittsburgh
news and newsmakers. Lobby receptions will be
held before and after the performance.
newspaper guild of Pittsburgh and sAg-AFtrA
byham theater / 8 p.m. / tickets start at $25.75
bny mELLon grAnD CLAssiCs:
Omer Meir Wellber, conductor; Pablo Sáinz
Villegas, guitar. Making his Pittsburgh debut is
the charismatic, young guitarist Pablo Sáinz
Villegas, who is described by some critics as the
successor to Andrés Segovia.
Pittsburgh symphony orchestra
heinz hall / 7: 30 p.m. / tickets start at $25
Also october 11, 12
Bricolage’s unique story-telling event blends
true stories with a live music mash-up. Actors,
comedy writers and everyday people read their
own funny, and often poignant, true stories
with a live DJ score. Visit bricolagepgh.org to
purchase tickets or call 412-471-0999.
937 Liberty Avenue / 8 p.m. / $20
The introspective British Indie rock singer-songwriter David Gray is touring in support
of his tenth and latest release, Mutineers.
trust guest Attractions
8 p.m. / tickets start at $42.50
sEConD sAturDAy Art workshoPs:
PITTSBURGH SKETCH CRAWL
Bring a sketch book, drawing instruments,
lunch and a chair for this four-hour drawing
marathon. Draw what you see in downtown’s
scenic plazas. Artist and illustrator Rick Antolic
will assist with sketches. For all ages; children
16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Locations throughout the Cultural District
10 a.m. / Free & open to the public
Artist and storyteller Alison Babusci shares
silly and spooky stories that will delight all
ages. Suitable for children ages 5+ accompanied
by an adult.
Pittsburgh Cultural trust
trust Arts Education Center, 805-807 Liberty Ave.
noon / Free & open to the public
ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET
ASFB’s bold vision manifests through
groundbreaking works by some of the world’s
most exciting, emerging choreographers.
The performance includes “Square None,”
an ambitious work exploring youth and
naiveté; “Beautiful Mistake” exhibits gorgeous
physicality and dynamic partnering; “Heart(s)
pace” is an abstract piece that illuminates
the importance of touch.
Pittsburgh Dance Council
byham theater / 8 p.m.
tickets start at $19
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