What is your musical pleasure? Country or classic, sacred or show tunes?
There is something for every ear, as well as an array of art exhibitions and other entertainment events.
Details are here in this week’s Big List.
• What drag: The Westmoreland Museum of American Art will present a new episode of Drag Queen Art Critique streaming at 7 p.m. on March 26. Alora Chateaux and Tootsie Snyder will offer an ironic look at the works in the Greensburg Museum’s collection. Registration is pay what you can at thewestmoreland.org.
• Crossroads: “Identities and the American Experience: Project I, elise michaux”, an exhibition of photos and short videos by elise michaux, is on display until March 26 in the Harlan Gallery of the Seton Hill University Arts Building in downtown Greensburg . “Project 1” is the first in a series of exhibitions that intersect race, gender and sexual orientation through the process of art.
The opening hours of the gallery are 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sunday.
• Public art: The work of Pittsburgh artist Danielle Robinson is on display until mid-May at 608 S. Millvale Ave. and Lima Way in the Bloomfield section of Pittsburgh, as part of a collaboration between the sidewall public art project and BOOM Concepts.
• New work: “Waterworks 2021,” a new exhibit from members of the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society, runs through April 2 at the North Hills Art Center, 3432 Babcock Blvd. The opening hours of the center are 10 am to 3 pm Monday to Friday; free entry.
New works in watercolors and other aquatic media can also be viewed on the company’s website.
• “Small water”: The Carnegie Museum of Art has partnered with Bank of America’s Masterpiece Moment initiative on a video featuring Eric Crosby, director of the Henry J. Heinz II museum, sharing the story of Joan Mitchell’s 1969 painting , “Low Water”, which was exhibited for the first time in the 1970 Carnegie International and then acquired by the museum.
• This show from the 80s: Arcade Comedy Theater will present “The Latchkey Kids: 80s Night” Saturday at 9 pm on YouTube Live. The night of ’80s-inspired comedy and music will feature special guests Cash Allen, James Jamison and improv group Some Kind of Felony!
• Home theater: These songs are available to stream until March 31 from the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Harris Theater @ Home virtual theater: “Crock of Gold – A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan,” about the tortured Irish singer, best known as the singer / main composer of the Pogues. , who combined traditional Irish music with punk rock; “Stand Down Soldier”, the fictional story of Sgt. Stacy Armstrong returning home after three deployments with PTSD; and “Two of Us,” about two retired neighbors who have been secretly in love for decades.
For tickets, visit trustarts.org.
Tips for kids
• To go camping : Summer camps return this year to the Carnegie Art and Natural History Museums in Oakland, with sessions Monday through Friday from June 20 through August. 7. Full-day camps are available for campers ages 6 to 13 at both museums, with camps for high school students at the Museum of Art. Sessions are also scheduled at the Powdermill Nature Reserve in Rector.
Scholarships and discounted prices for those who meet the income criteria may be available.
• Now you see it: Monday Night Magic: Live Online celebrates Women’s History Month with a new program premiering every Monday in March. The March 22 episode will star Dorothy Dietrich and Jade. The off-Broadway Magic Series is co-presented by the Liberty Magic Series of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Tickets start at $ 20.
• Country jam: Colin Southfield and the Mushroom Country Band will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Palace Theater in Greensburg, as part of the weekly VIP Experience live concert series featuring regional artists. The free concert will be broadcast on the Palace Theater and Westmoreland Cultural Trust Facebook pages.
• Cabarets: Students from the Department of Theater and Dance at Seton Hill University will present two recorded performances of romantic comedy music by Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler. “I Believe in Love” will air at 8 pm on Friday and March 26; “Make Your Own Party” will air at 8 p.m. on Saturday and March 27.
Free or “pay what you can” tickets for the feeds are available at alumni.setonhill.edu.
• “Bohemian inspirations”: The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Front Row virtual experience will premiere “Barnatan Plays Mozart” at 7:30 pm Saturday. Manfred Honeck will lead the program, featuring pianist Inon Barnatan and also including works by Bartok, Bela Kovacs and Dvorak.
A ticket costs $ 15 to pittsburghsymphony.org.
• Sing at the same time: The Westmoreland Museum of American Art will offer a “Just Sing! Singing for Self Care Workshop ”for high school students, led by artist-in-residence, singer and educator Anqwenique Kinsel, at 2 p.m. Sunday on Zoom.
Details: 888-718-4253 or thewestmoreland.org
• Live on screen: An interactive live concert featuring Celtic Tenors’ Matthew Gilsenan, violinist Vladimir Jablokov and pianist Kevin Walsh is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Sunday at the Strand Theater in Zelienople. The 40-45 minute performance will include a personal welcome and a live chat with Gilsenan and Jablokov. General admission is $ 20; only 40 tickets will be sold.
• Midday music: Soprano Charlene Canty and harpsichordist J. Christopher Pardini will perform sacred music in anticipation of Holy Week at noon on March 26 as part of the Saint Vincent College Music at Midday series. The performance will be broadcast on the college Facebook page.