Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania musicians are a wonderful way to personalize an event and set the tone for the festivities. From weddings to intimate dinner parties, musicians of all genres create a specific mood while also entertaining your guests. You can find talented many singers and musicians close to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who would be perfect for your party.
Have something specific in mind for your Pittsburgh musicians? Maybe you have a favorite classical song that you want to walk down the aisle to? Hire a violin soloist or a string quartet to create an elegant ambiance. A jazz pianist provides an upbeat setting for a corporate dinner and gospel singers will have your guests standing at their seats.
A vocalist in Pittsburgh can serenade a couple with their favorite song for an anniversary party, while bluegrass musicians add southern flair to a casual event. A guitarist makes a soothing addition to any party and they often use less equipment than bands and DJs requiring only an instrument and a microphone.
Hiring local musicians from Pittsburgh is an excellent way to support talent in the area, while also creating a memorable and entertaining event.
King Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA
Crossover Celtic/Folk, Country and New Age artist Frank Stricklen If there is a word that describes Frank Stricklen, that word has to be "versatile." Moving easily between the worlds of Celtic, Folk, Country, New Age, Rock, Pop, Jazz, Musical Theater, and even Opera, Frank is at home in any musical genre. Frank performs as a solo act or with his talented musical friends as a band or ensemble of any size you need. There's no music or no occasion that we cannot provide an appropriate musical environment for.
129 Hastings Street, Pittsburgh, PA
The Fourth Muse is a string ensemble consisting of talented, energetic musicians from the Pittsburgh area. Each event is organized by Caitlin McConnell, who carefully selects the performers based on availability and the type of music to be performed. The Fourth Muse Ensembles maintains a high level of excellence and professionalism and works with clients to cater to musical styles and instrument combinations appropriate for their event and musical vision since its inception in 2007.
My journey with the bagpipes began when I was 7. My uncle was a drummer in a bagpipe band, and I was mesmerized after seeing the band march in a parade. I spent the next weeks marching around the house pretending to play the bagpipes. Soon after that, my parents got me started with bagpipe lessons. A piper for 25 years now, I have studied under some of bagpiping’s best, including the late John Duxbury, Jimmy MacIntosh, MBE, and at the Balmoral School of Piping. World-class instruction has helped me win various piping awards throughout the eastern United States and in Canada. Choose a bagpiper with the formal training necessary to evoke the true elegance of the highland instrument. I am a consummate performer with decades of stage experience, having played the pipes at weddings, funerals, parties, bars, the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival, parades, and more. Choose Pittsburgh Bagpiper Seán O’Donnell to help make your event something your friends will talk about for years to come. Contact me today to learn more about availability and rates. Choose experience, get a reasonable price.
325 Oliver Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA
Internationally acclaimed baritone Daniel Teadt maintains his private voice studio in Pittsburgh, PA. He mentors each student at their own level of experience and challenges singers to better understand their voices with lessons based in strong vocal technique and musicianship. All styles of singing are important and welcome in the studio. For more information regarding rates and availability, follow this link: http://www.danielteadt Or email for details, firstname.lastname@example.org
1010 N Saint Clair St., Pittsburgh, PA
Nicholas Hudson BFA, Bagpipe Performance (& Education) Nicholas Hudson is a professional bagpipe performer and educator based in the Pittsburgh area, available to play bagpipes at weddings, funerals, parties, and other events. He is the third ever graduate of the Bagpipe Performance degree at Carnegie Mellon University. An experienced performer, Nick is well versed in both traditional and contemporary piping and, as a Professional grade piper, has won many prizes in solo competition. He also holds the Graduate Certificate from the Institute of Piping, the highest certification possible for bagpipe performance. Nick has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and nationwide appearances on The Today Show and CBS Evening News. In addition to highland piping, Nicholas Hudson is an active performer of border/smallpipes and whistles with various ensembles. He has competed multiple times at the Grade 1 World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow, and has also competed successfully in France, placing third in the national championship. In addition to his performance degree he also was in the Music Education Certification program at Carnegie Mellon. He currently teaches several pipe bands of various grades in the Pittsburgh area as well as maintaining a private studio. He is an active competitor in the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association, competing at the highest level, Professional. Some solo competition highlights include the overall prize at the United States Piping Foundation in the amateur ranks, prize being free airfare and two-weeks tuition in Scotland, and, the Boreraig Trophy for Open Piobaireachd in 2012. He has been chosen as the representative for the United States for two consecutive years (2011, 12) at the prestigious MacCrimmon competition at France's Festival Interceltique de Lorient. Other performance highlights include playing concerts with such celebrated acts as the Grammy-winning Chieftains, award-winning Bonnie Rideout, Grammy-nominated John Doyle and Jerry O’Sullivan. Nick has also performed for famous dignitaries such as in the White House for President Obama and Mrs. Obama, the current Prime Minister of Ireland, and the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and has performed on field for three NFL games, as well as three performances competing in the World Pipe Band Championships in Scotland as well as France at the highest possible level. Nick has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and nationwide appearances on NBC (The Today Show) and CBS (Evening News). While completing his Music Performance degree at Carnegie Mellon University, Nick studied extensively with the late Alasdair Gillies and Jimmy McIntosh, widely regarded as two of the greatest Scottish pipers to emigrate to the United States. In addition to taking piping lessons at university, he took classes typical of any conservatory music student on a university campus--Music Theory, Solfege, Eurhythmics, as well as performing a full spectrum of classical repertoire at various concert and recital halls with the Repertory Chorus under the direction of the Grammy-winning Dr. Robert Page. After graduation Nick has traveled every summer for extensive study in Scotland, with Chris Armstrong, Willie Morrison and Roddy MacLeod at the National Piping Centre and the College of Piping. ---------------------------------------------------------- Weddings: I can play during any part of your wedding that you would like. I understand that I am being hired to add something special to a very important day in your life, so I will come to rehearsals to make sure that everything is to your liking. The price will vary depending on how much you want me to play. I have a large repertoire of appropriate music for the occasion and can also compose a piece of music for the occasion if you would like. Contact me and we can discuss the details and any requests or concerns you may have. Funerals: I am available to play during the ceremony/mass and/or at graveside. I can play many popular hymns, such as Amazing Grace, Be Still My Soul, and many other Scottish/Irish airs and laments. Because of the urgency of the situation, I can be lenient in regard to my prices. If it is a child who has died, I will play for no charge. Other Events: I am available to play for any imaginable event. Bagpipes add a very special and memorable touch to any event. I have performed at all types of parties. From retirements, to birthday parties (I can play The Happy Birthday Song), to anniversaries, to holiday parties (for which I can play many Christmas songs), to sporting events, or any other imaginable event; I can do it all. I also put on concerts and recitals upon request. I can easily play for an hour and a half if necessary. Pricing varies according to the time involved.
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