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  • Coverage and Posts PG PREVIEW: Three Amigos Concert

    February 7, 2013

    Read a preview about the Three Amigos concert in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

  • Coverage and Posts Call for Artists Proposals

    January 30, 2013

    The New Hazlett Theater invites emerging and mid-career performing artists from the western Pennsylvania region to submit proposals for inclusion in the upcoming Community Supported Art (CSA) program. Six performing artists (of any genre, including theater, dance, music, spoken word, performance art, etc.) will be selected through a competitive application process. Visit the application page […]

  • Coverage and Posts Amigos Event on WTAE News

    January 15, 2013

    In an event that every Amigo’s fan should experience, seven talented musicians fuse rock to the original score from ¡Three Amigos!  In addition to this tribute, the event presents clips from Orion Czarnecki’s documentary that explores the legacy of the classic and includes musical performances from Guaracha and Miguel’s Mariachi Fiesta.  Watch Czarnecki interviewed on […]

  • Coverage and Posts Alan Obuzor – Dance Magazine’s 25 to Watch

    January 13, 2013

    We know their talent. Now the nationwide dance community is taking notice. Dance Magazine deemed Alan Obuzor, Texture Contemporary Ballet’s artistic director and resident choreographer, “25 to Watch” in 2013.  Karen Dacko, a writer for the magazine, wrote, “No visions of sugar plums for dancer/choreographer Alan Obuzor, whose prolific imagination draws on African rhythms, contemporary […]

  • Press Releases Flexure Performs Newly Composed Music

    January 5, 2013

    Flexure, a jazz ensemble that straddles traditional and experimental directions, performs new compositions and improvised pieces – including a multimedia-enriched experience Saturday, January 5 at 8 p.m. in the New Hazlett Theater. “I wanted to assemble an electric-based ensemble that drew its initial inspiration from the Miles Davis ensembles of the early 1970s,” Ben Opie, […]