A deep interest in jazz connects Pittsburgh-born artist, Thad Mosley, with French composer, Maurice Ravel.
German composer, Felix Mendelssohn, and Hudson River School artist, Asher B. Durand are linked by Romanticism—a 19th century movement that emphasized individuality.
Celebrate two of Norway’s most noted Edvards, composer Grieg and artist Munch, whose creative spirits shaped Norway’s cultural and national identities.
The Ballets Russes had an extensive and revolutionary history of collaborating with artists and composers including Salvador Dalí and Igor Stravinsky.
Composer, Sergei Prokofiev, and artist, Elizabeth Murray, rewrote history in very different ways.
Carnegie Museum of Art and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra welcome violinist, María Dueñas, to make memories of her first visit to Pittsburgh and to share in the musical memories of artist Hedda Sterne.
Remember what it was like to be a child? To greet each day with boundless energy, new thoughts, and brave ideas? Both composer Vivian Fung and artist Karel Appel found inspiration in the creativity of children.