WHO WE ARE: The Pittsburgh Camerata is a professional vocal ensemble which has been presenting choral concerts in Pittsburgh since 1974.
WHAT WE DO: We sing music you won’t hear performed anywhere else in Pittsburgh. Some of it is from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Some is 20th or 21st century music. The remainder might be from any era. All of this is intended to be sung by a small choral ensemble.
There Was Peace on Earth, and Silence in the Sky featuring Tarik O’Regan’s Triptych for Choir and Orchestra and...
Christmas with the Camerata featuring special guests: Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School Women’s ChoirDr. Marissa Ulmer, director Join...
Will You Join the Dance? featuring “The True Story of Cinderella” by Warren Martin with special guests: The Pittsburgh...
Welcome to Summer – The Wisdom of Trees As the weather warms and the flowers bloom, take a quintessentially...
The Pittsburgh Camerata is pleased to perform at the Joan Chambers Concert Series at the University of Pittsburgh at...
Performances last anywhere from 75 minutes to 90 minutes.
Not all performances will have an intermission.
“Shenandoah,” arranged by Thomas Hewitt Jones was performed on October 21, 2018 as part of the concert “Homeward Bound.” The soloists are Brian Doherty and Charlene Canty.
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The “Kyrie” by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, c.1525-1594 was performed on February 3, 2019 as part of the concert “Music of the Spheres.”
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by Jonathan Dove b.1959 from "Heaven to Earth: Earth to Heaven" performed February, 2018.
by James MacMillan (b. 1959) from "Memories and Remembrances" performed October 2017.
by Tarik O'Regan (b. 1978) from "Memories and Remembrances" performed October 2017. (Erin Schmura, soprano)
A preview of what we have in store for this week's performances of Welcome to Summer - The Wisdom of Trees!
We hope you will come Welcome Summer with us tonight at University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg's Campana Chapel or tomorrow at Shadyside Presbyterian Church. ... See MoreSee Less
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