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Day of Giving – September 21

Make your gift to the Mendelssohn Choir go a little farther during the Day of Giving, Wednesday, September 21!  From 8am-midnight, you have the opportunity to make the voices of the Mendelssohn and Junior Mendelssohn Choirs a little bit stronger.  Not only is every gift important to us, you can also help us complete some giving challenges and win prizes!  Help us get a Breakfast...

Highmark Holiday Pops

The Mendelssohn Choir and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra celebrate a time-honored holiday tradition with the Highmark Holiday Pops, conducted this year by PSO Assistant Conductor and Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong.  There will be lots of merriment and cheer, a holiday tune or two, and some very special guests, including Capathia Jenkins, The Three Rivers Ringers, and possibly Santa Claus himself!...

Annelies

How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. -Anne Frank (1929-1945) ONLINE TICKET SALES WILL CLOSE AT 2PM ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25.  TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. Hear the innocence and hope in young Anne Frank’s words in Annelies, a full choral work by British composer James Whitbourn with libretto compiled by Melanie Challenger from The...

Love That’s Here to Stay: A Tribute to Robert Page

The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, along with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, on behalf of the Page family, presents a concert event that will celebrate the life and legacy of MCP Director Emeritus, Robert Page.  We have contacted friends and alumni of choirs that had the privilege of working with Bob, including, but not limited to: Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Junior Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Cleveland Orchestra Chorus,...

Mahler’s Resurrection

The Mendelssohn Choir and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, with soloists Christina Landshamer and Gerhild Romberger, under the direction of PSO Music Director Manfred Honeck, bring Gustav Mahler's epic Symphony No. 2 to Heinz Hall. Not long after completing Symphony No. 2, Mahler said, "The term 'symphony' means creating a world with all the technical means available."  Written between 1888 and 1894, Symphony No. 2 was...