Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Free Outdoor Concerts this Summer

Today's date: June 26, 2012
Media Contact: Diana Roth, roth@trustarts.org / 412-471-8717

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces
Groove with the Heat and JazzLive!

15 Free Outdoor Concerts will be held weekly in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District.

Pittsburgh, PA-   For the ninth consecutive year, “JazzLive” presented by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, brings the community together with jazz music every Tuesday at 5 pm, from June 6 through September 11, 2012.The JazzLive series sponsor is BNY Mellon.  Janis Burley Wilson, Vice President of Education & Community Engagement and Director of Jazz Programs with The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust comments, “When we first started, our objective was to bring people together and celebrate the music that Pittsburgh is known for around the world. I’m extremely pleased that we’ve been able to achieve that goal and very happy that we’ve been downtown Pittsburgh’s Tuesday evening party for the last ten years!”

Roger Humphries (June 26); Maureen Budway & Friends (July 31); and Poogie Bell (August 21) are just some of the featured musicians performing in the summer 2012 JazzLive series.  On Tuesday, September 11, a JazzLive Jam Session with Sean Jones & Friends will end the summer outdoor jazz season.

Katz Plaza

JazzLive concerts are held outdoors at the Agnes R. Katz Plaza, corner of 7th Street and Penn Avenue, in downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.  All concerts are from 5 to 7 p.m., rain or shine.  In case of inclement weather, the music moves indoors to the Backstage Bar at Theater Square, 7th Street and Penn Avenue.

For information, visit trustarts.org or call 412-456-6666.


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