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Solar Concert Series
September 9, 2021 @ 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 12:15 pm on Thursday, repeating until September 30, 2021
Bring your lunch and enjoy live music outside on a solar-powered sound system.
July 22 at 12:15 pm at Buhl Community Park: Appalasia – An evocative performance of dulcimer, erhu, banjo, and vocals from Appalasia.
July 29 at 12:15 pm at Nova Place: Trio Nova – Bossa Nova, Bolero, Tango, Cha Cha, Mambo, and Latin Jazz with Trio Nova.
August 5 at 12:15 pm at Buhl Community Park: Tai Chirovsky – Beautiful folk rock originals from singer-songwriter Tai Chirovsky.
August 12 at 12:15 pm at Nova Place: Feralcat – Artist and composer Roger Rafael Romero presents a conceptual departure from what you think about when you hear the saxophone.
August 19 at 12:15 pm at Buhl Community Park: Casey Deely – Renditions of classic jazz and blues standards, along with contemporary greats from Casey Deely.
August 26 at 12:15 pm at Nova Place: Monkey Goddess – A combination of global musical influences such as Tuvan throat singing, beatbox, bamboo flutes, afro-Latin rhythm, classical clarinet, electronic production, guitar, harmonica, banjo, and more.
September 9 at 12:15 pm at Buhl Community Park: Bombici Akustik – horns, tapan, and tuba come together to play your favorite Balkan hits.
September 16 at 12:15 pm at Nova Place: The Red Beans & Rice Combo – New Orleans R&B and ‘50s Rock from The Red Beans & Rice Combo.
September 23 at 12:15 pm at Buhl Community Park: The Morning People – Indie alternative dream pop with singer-songwriter The Morning People.
September 30 at 12:15 pm at Nova Place: Roger Day and Janice Coppola from KleZlectic – Jewish folk music and contemporary Klezmer with Roger Day and Janice Coppola from KleZlectic.
In the event of inclement weather, shows will be held inside at the grand concourse of Nova Place.
The Solar Concert Series is a project of Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Saturday Light Brigade and Nova Place.
Solar power provided by ZeroFossil.