Welcome to the Pittsburgh Camerata

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.

WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW: Because we do not know when it will be safe for us to sing for you in a concert hall where you gather in person to listen, our performances during this season of coronavirus will be delivered in a variety of ways, depending on what is possible. Explore our website to find out the ways we will sing for you and how you can listen.

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02- Jun

Invitation to Summer

A Virtual Concert of Newly Recorded Music! Once again the Pittsburgh Camerata and Artistic Director Mark Anderson have recorded...


7:00 p.m.

virtual concert Pittsburgh, PA,

Invitation to Summer

02- Jun

Women in Song: A Camerata Recital

Singing the Music They Love: Camerata singers Charlene Canty, Meghan DeWald Althouse and Erin Schmura along with Camerata singer...


3:00 p.m.

Virtual concert only

Women in Song: A Camerata Recital

02- Jun

Virtual Concert Package

View Both Virtual Concerts for Less! “Women in Song: A Camerata Recital” & “An Invitation to Summer” View anytime...


8:00 P.M.

virtual concert only

Virtual Concert Package

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  • Subscribers will pay a discounted price for every performance.
  • Subscribers will be given first preference, should a performance offer a limited number of “seats.”
  • Subscribers only pay once, until their subscription runs out of funds.
  • Your subscription is not limited to a singe season.

You can see information on all our venues here.

For more information about accessible entrances, go here.

Parking at all of our venues is free.

Performances last anywhere from 75 minutes to 90 minutes.

Not all performances will have an intermission.

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“Laus Trinitati”

arranged by Felicia Sandler, text by Hildegard von Bingen
performed on February 9, 2020 by the Pittsburgh Camerata, Mark A. Anderson, Artistic Director.

“Always Something Sings” by Brandon Hurley

Performed on September 29, 2019 as part of the concert “A Whitman Sampler.” The Pittsburgh Camerata, Mark A. Anderson, Artistic Director

Vast Ocean of Light

by Jonathan Dove b.1959 from "Heaven to Earth: Earth to Heaven" performed February, 2018.

Lux Aeterna

by James MacMillan (b. 1959) from "Memories and Remembrances" performed October 2017.

We Remember Them

by Tarik O'Regan (b. 1978) from "Memories and Remembrances" performed October 2017. (Erin Schmura, soprano)