FAQ

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OUR CONCERTS

How you may attend concerts as of January, 2021

  • “Christmas with the Camerata” was a virtual performance only. Links to attend are no longer available.
  • Our February concert will also be a virtual only concert. It is called “An Evening with the Camerata: Pastiche of the Past.” You may purchase your link now on the tickets page. We will send you a private link on the concert start date,
  • At this time, we do not know the directives that will be in place for our May and June concerts.
  • For this season only, when an in-person concert is possible the performance will take place at Shadyside Presbyterian Church.

Virtual Performances as of January, 2021:

  • Links to attend the virtual performance of “Christmas with the Camerata” are no longer available.
  • “An Evening with the Camerata: Pastiche of the Past” is a virtual only concert, to be released on February 21 at 3PM.
  • If you purchased a link to attend, we will email it on the release date of the concert.
  • You will be able to watch the performance as many times as you want.
  • We will update our Virtual Ticket Form when other concert links become available.

If you are a season subscriber:

  • We created an account for you on the date you purchased your subscription.
  • You will need to reserve your in-person ticket or concert link for any performance you want to attend.
  • Click here to go to the reservation form.
  • Once you reserve an in-person ticket or concert link, we will deduct the amount from your subscription account.
  • Your subscription expires when your account balance is zero.

Other useful information:

  • Seating is not reserved. You may sit anywhere in the venue.
  • Doors for seating open 30 minutes before concert start time.
  • The box office opens one hour before start time.
  • At the box office, we accept payments with cash, Visa, MC or Discover.
  • Parking at all of our venues is free.
  • Performances last anywhere from 75 minutes to 90 minutes
  • Not all performances will have an intermission.

Q. How should I dress to attend one of your concerts?

A. Audience members at a Camerata concert dress in a variety of ways. Some people prefer to dress up a bit, some not so much. Find your comfort zone and dress accordingly!

Q. What if I have not heard of the music on a program I want to attend?

A. Have no fear! The Pittsburgh Camerata sings beautiful music. We provide a program book at each performance that lists all titles with composers and their birth dates. The program book also provides notes about the music and texts with translations.