MainStage Live

2021-2022 live at carnegie music hall

New this season: The Carnegie Club

Add-on to any fully in-person subscription for only $80/person
  • 30 minute advanced seating access to Carnegie Music Hall
  • Weblinks for chosen concerts
  • Bring friends to one concert for $10 each
  • Lanyard and membership card
  • Custom CMP pocket notebook and pen

subscription PRICES

Adult In-Person + Carnegie Club 6 Concerts $296 / 5 Concerts $260 / 4 Concerts $224
Adult In-Person, Weblink, or Mixed 6 Concerts $216 / 5 Concerts $180 / 4 Concerts $144
Student In-Person + Carnegie Club 6 Concerts $97 / 5 Concerts $85 / 4 Concerts $73
Student In-Person, Weblink, or Mixed 6 Concerts $72 / 5 Concerts $60 / 4 Concerts $48

individual tickets
adult $45 / student $15

Student ID required. No Osher.

2021-2022 season frequently asked questions
When do subscriptions and individual tickets go on sale?

Subscriptions go on sale July 1, and individual tickets on September 1. Individual tickets are $45 each, and subscription tickets (6, 5, or 4 concerts) save 20% off the individual price.

How does general admission seating work in Carnegie Music Hall?

All seats in Carnegie Music Hall will be the same price this season. All concerts begin at 7:30 pm, and the lobby opens to patrons at 6:30 pm. The hall is open to patrons at 7:00 pm. Seating is first-come, first served, and we discourage saving seats unless members of your party are nearby. Carnegie Club members will be given priority access to the hall at 6:30 pm, but seats for Club members are still general admission and first-come, first served. Full Carnegie Club information can be found above.

Will CMP offer online weblinks this season? How does that work?

Yes. Each concert will be recorded live, and produced into a beautiful video that will be sent via email one week following the concert. These videos will be available to view, on demand and as many times as you’d like, for one week following delivery. No concerts will be broadcast live online. Please check the live and online dates for each concert on this page. We are also happy to swap in-person and online tickets.

Social distancing? Masks? Do I need to be vaccinated?

Vaccinated patrons and members of the same party may sit in adjacent seats. Masks may or may not be required, so we encourage patrons to bring a mask in case health regulations mandate that they be required. Patrons are always welcome to wear a mask, even if it’s not required. Signage will indicate the policy on the day of the concert. Please make use of provided sanitizer stations, and please do not attend if you’re feeling unwell.

What if health regulations mandate that no patrons may attend in-person?

CMP will carefully monitor governmental and health regulations up to and on the day of the concert. Should we be required to hold the concert without an audience, each in-person ticket will be automatically converted to an online weblink which you will receive one week following the concert.

What if health regulations mandate a reduction in the number of in-person patrons?

If CMP is forced to reduce the number of in-person patrons, and that number falls below the number of in-person tickets already sold, in-person ticket sales will be terminated and the most recent in-person tickets will be converted to an online weblink in order to achieve the reduced in-person capacity mandate.

Can I buy a subscription that combines in-person and online tickets?

Absolutely! We encourage you to choose what you prefer, and you may purchase an entirely in-person subscription, an entirely online subscription, or a mix of both. You may also purchase individual in-person and online tickets.

I have more questions!

We’d love to hear from you and offer any help we can; please call our box office at 412-626- 6121 x 1 or use our contact form.

We thank you for your patience and understanding as we provide a safe and welcoming environment for our patrons, artists, and staff.

concerts

all 2021-2022 in-person seating is general admission

sphinx virtuosi

One of the nation’s most dynamic professional chamber orchestras, comprised of 18 top Black and Latinx classical soloists

Propulsive, richly hued…demonstrated the ensemble’s polish and tonal allure

New York Times

Live at carnegie

7:30 PM October 11, 2021

online Weblink delivered

noon October 18, 2021

watch on-demand until

noon October 25, 2021

Program

Xavier Foley Ev’ry Voice
Florence Price String Quartet No. 2 in A minor
II. Andante Cantabile ARRANGED FOR SPHINX VIRTUOSI
Samuel Coleridge Taylor Four Noveletten
1. Allegro moderato / 3. Andante con moto
Jessie Montgomery Banner!
Andrea Casarrubios Seven (for solo cello)
Ricardo Herz
Inocente
Mourinho
Ginastera Concerto for Strings
IV. Finale furioso

AUGUSTIN
HADELICH
VIOLIN

The essence of Hadelich’s playing is beauty: reveling in the myriad ways of making a phrase come alive on the violin, delivering the musical message with no technical impediments whatsoever, and thereby revealing something from a plane beyond ours.

Washington Post

LIVE AT CARNEGIE

7:30 PM NOVEMBER 1, 2021

ONLINE WEBLINK DELIVERED

NOON NOVEMBER 8, 2021

WATCH ON-DEMAND UNTIL

NOON NOVEMBER 15, 2021

Program

Igor Stravinsky Suite d’après des thèmes, fragments et morceaux de Giambatista Pergolesi (1925)
1 – Introductione
2 – Serenata
3 – Tarantella
4 – Gavotta con due Variazioni
5 – Minuetto e Finale

Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson Blue/s Forms
I – Plain Blue/s
II – Just Blue/s
III – Jettin’ Blue/s

Maurice Ravel Sonata
• Allegretto
• Blues. Moderato
• Perpetuum mobile. Allegro

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata no. 9 Op. 47 in A Major “Kreutzer”
1 – Adagio sostenuto – Presto
2 – Andante con variazioni
3 – Presto

ORION
WEISS
PIANO

new commissioning and recording project featuring works for solo violin written by American & US-based artists
LIVE AT CARNEGIE

7:30 PM JANUARY 31, 2022

ONLINE WEBLINK DELIVERED

NOON FEBRUARY 7, 2022

WATCH ON-DEMAND UNTIL

NOON FEBRUARY 14, 2022

Commissioned Composers

Clarice Assad • Kinan Azme • Olivia Davis • Nick Dunston • Adeliia Faizullina • Rhiannon Giddens • Marika Hughes • Maya Miro Johnson • Bojan Louis • George Lewis • Angelica Negron • Ebun Oguntola • Tomeka Reid • Matana Roberts • Aeryn Santillan • Tyshawn Sorey • Anjna Swaminathan • Conrad Tao • Micaela Tobin • Kojiro Umezaki

 

This Concert Is Generously Sponsored In Part By Russell And Kathy Ayres

JOHNNY GANDELSMAN VIOLIN

THIS
IS
AMERICA

Ebun Oguntola (b. 2005)
Commissioned by
Chamber Music Pittsburgh

with humane purpose and artistic virtuosity, the clarion quartet gives a voice to great composers who have suffered the injustices of suppression and imposed silence

LIVE AT CARNEGIE

7:30 PM FEBRUARY 28, 2022

ONLINE WEBLINK DELIVERED

NOON MARCH 7, 2022

WATCH ON-DEMAND UNTIL

NOON MARCH 14, 2022

Program

Grażyna Bacewicz String Quartet No.3

Hans Krasa String Quartet Op.2

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Piano Quintet in G minor Op.1

This concert is generously sponsored in part by Dr. Owen Cantor

CLARION QUARTET

with
Roman
Rabinovich
Piano

Superb… the Ébène played with no-holds-barred fervor, the first movement imbued with a tension and vigor that revealed myriad shades of sorrow and the poignant Adagio rendered with searing introspection.

New York Times

QuatuoR Ébène

LIVE AT CARNEGIE

7:30 PM MARCH 28, 2022

ONLINE WEBLINK DELIVERED

APRIL 4, 2022

WATCH ON-DEMAND UNTIL

APRIL 11, 2022

Program

Mozart
String Quartet No. 14 in G major, K. 387 (Spring)

Shostakovich
String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110

Schumann
String Quartet in F Major, Op. 41, No. 2

Diderot String Quartet served as Quartet-in-Residence at Washington National Cathedral for five seasons, and served as guest faculty for Oberlin’s Baroque Performance Institute. The quartet commissioned and premiered Small Infinities, a new work for gut strings from composer Lembit Beecher, and collaborates frequently with internationally acclaimed artists, including Jesse Blumberg, Dashon Burton, David Breitman, Avi Stein, and Harry Bicket.
LIVE AT CARNEGIE

MAY 2, 2022

ONLINE WEBLINK DELIVERED

MAY 9, 2022

WATCH ON-DEMAND UNTIL

MAY 16, 2022

Program

Beethoven String Quartet in F major, Op. 18 No.1
Boccherini String Quartet in C major Op. 32 No. 4
Beethoven String Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 74

Enveloped in the rich sound of period strings, the quartet as performed by Diderot was emotional, riveting and ultimately cathartic.

The Wall Street Journal

Diderot string quartet

performed on period classical instruments

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