Andrew Bird, "Break It Yourself": Andrew Bird is one of the great pop visionaries of the past decade.
This week, Bruce Springsteen releases a new album that addresses the country's hard economic times. For the louder, faster, angrier version,
The Composure is free once again to do its own thing.
Pittsburgh Savoyards are offering Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance."
You don't think of delicate dancing when the tuba is involved.
When No Age turned up in 2008 the duo was heralded for a sound that was raw, noisy, arty, punk and gloriously lo-fi.
The illustrious history of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is now an illustrated one.
Bruce Springsteen seems to be at his best when things are at their very worst
The late Maggie Daley and cellist Anne Martindale Williams head Carlow University's 2012 Women of Spirit Awards recipients.
Midway through the past century, you'd often hear music written by living composers called "experimental."
Pathos, pathetique, patetichesky. These words suffused a disturbingly dark concert by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Friday night. This w