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Squirrel Hill > Calendar > Local Calendar > 13 Jan 2008
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Castle Shannon Bellydance Classes (Weekly)
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13 Jan 2008
Castle Shannon Bellydance Classes!
Weekly Classes with Amethyst


Beginners, come and learn the basic moves of bellydance, broken down in step-by-step detail. Learn to isolate sections of the body, build strength, use facial expressions, improvise and have fun dancing!
Amethyst is the only instructor in Pgh. who is certified by the Bellydance Superstar Ansuya!
Sunday Classes

Castle Shannon Weekly Classes with Amethyst:
  • Dance Conservatory of Pittsburgh, Castle Shannon (close to Mt. Lebanon)
  • On-going, every week
  • "Beginner 1 and 2" Levels, mixed group, new students welcome
  • Sundays, 5-6 p.m.
  • $13 per class, cash only
  • Walk-ins always welcome.
  • Address: 3827 Willow Avenue (near the Willow Avenue "T" stop), 15234
  • Questions? Contact Amethyst 412.225.3302 or Amethyst@HealingArtsByAmethyst.com
  • www.PittsburghBellydance.com


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Wired to Win
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13 Jan 2008
Wired to Win, an extraordinary new film in IMAX®, showcases the amazing ability of the human brain to overcome adversity, accomplish the near-impossible, and power each of us to victory and success in life.

The brain’s abilities are illustrated through cyclists racing in the Tour De France. Over the course of the event, they are caught up in hair-raising crashes, dramatic battles over the Alps and Pyrenees and action-packed descents down steep mountain roads. Their ultimate goal? The finish line on the Champs-Elysees in Paris.

The film raises the questions "how do they do this?" and "why do they do this?" Ultimately the answers lie within the mind and the human brain itself.


$8 adults; $6 children 3-12 and seniors 62+

$7/$5 for members



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Faure' Trio, with Jonathan Gonder, piano
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13 Jan 2008
The Faure' Trio, with Jonathan Gonder, piano, play music of Faure', Beethoven and others. Free will offering. Reception follows.

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Organ Recital, Ethan LaPlaca, Heinz Memorial Chapel
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13 Jan 2008
Ethan LaPlaca, organist, in recital, Heinz Memorial Chapel, Recital Series, 3PM Sunday 13-Jan-2008, free admission. He will play works by Bach, Cook, DuBois, Manz, Mendelssohn, Spong, Vierne. For more information call 412-624-4157, 9AM-5PM, Monday-Friday or visit www.heinzchapel.pitt.edu
Ethan LaPlaca is a freshman Music Education major at Duquesne University and studies organ with Ann Labounsky. He was selected as an accompanist for the PMEA District 2 Choir Festivals in 2006 and 2007 and the Region Choir Festival in 2007. He now serves as the organist and choir director at Crafton United Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The magnificent pipe organ in Heinz Chapel has three keyboards controlling 4,272 pipes (73 ranks) that are all hidden from view behind gothic stonework throughout the Chapel. The moveable console will be positioned to provide full view of the performer. The Chapel is also known for its stained glass windows which feature depictions of 391 historical and religious figures. Rising 73 feet the windows are among the tallest stained glass windows in the world.
The Chapel is located in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh on the University of Pittsburgh campus adjacent to the Cathedral of Learning between Fifth and Forbes on Bellefield. Parking may be conveniently found on either the street, adjacent to Carnegie Library or in the garage at Dithridge and Filbert. The Chapel is fully accessible to those with special needs.


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BODIES...The Exhibition
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13 Jan 2008
This extraordinary exhibit showcases real human bodies, which have been meticulously dissected and preserved.

Visitors can take a close-up look inside the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and circulatory systems and come face-to-face with polymer-preserved human bodies. Approximately 200 additional organs and partial specimens reveal the intricacies and complexities that lie beneath the skin.
BODIES...The Exhibition is showing at the Carnegie Science Center. Purchase tickets online at www.CarnegieScienceCenter.org or call 412. 237.3400. Enjoy our EXTENDED hours! Open Daily, 10am--9pm.


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The Lion King
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13 Jan 2008
Experience the phenomenon of Disney’s The Lion King when Pittsburgh’s best-loved musical makes a triumphant return to the Benedum Center following its record-breaking 2004 engagement! Marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of animals brought to life by award-winning director Julie Taymor, whose visual images audiences will remember forever. Thrill to the rhythms of the African Pridelands and an unforgettable score including Elton John and Tim Rice’s Oscar®-winning song “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” and “Circle Of Life.” Let your imagination run wild when the Tony Award®-winning Broadway sensation returns to the Benedum Center stage. (Subscribers will be seated in the week of January 15–20, 2008). PNC Broadway Across America – Pittsburgh Benedum Center
Tickets: $24.50–$74.50


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Faure' Trio, with Jonathan Gonder, piano
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Quercus  
13 Jan 2008
The Faure' Trio, with Jonathan Gonder, piano, play music of Faure', Beethoven and others. Free will offering. Reception follows.

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Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Historical Retrospective
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13 Jan 2008
In conjunction with the 97th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibition, the museum will present notable artists who participated in the annual show throughout its history.

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Organ Recital, Ethan LaPlaca, Heinz Memorial Chapel
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
13 Jan 2008
Ethan LaPlaca, organist, in recital, Heinz Memorial Chapel, Recital Series, 3PM Sunday 13-Jan-2008, free admission. He will play works by Bach, Cook, DuBois, Manz, Mendelssohn, Spong, Vierne. For more information call 412-624-4157, 9AM-5PM, Monday-Friday or visit www.heinzchapel.pitt.edu
Ethan LaPlaca is a freshman Music Education major at Duquesne University and studies organ with Ann Labounsky. He was selected as an accompanist for the PMEA District 2 Choir Festivals in 2006 and 2007 and the Region Choir Festival in 2007. He now serves as the organist and choir director at Crafton United Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The magnificent pipe organ in Heinz Chapel has three keyboards controlling 4,272 pipes (73 ranks) that are all hidden from view behind gothic stonework throughout the Chapel. The moveable console will be positioned to provide full view of the performer. The Chapel is also known for its stained glass windows which feature depictions of 391 historical and religious figures. Rising 73 feet the windows are among the tallest stained glass windows in the world.
The Chapel is located in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh on the University of Pittsburgh campus adjacent to the Cathedral of Learning between Fifth and Forbes on Bellefield. Parking may be conveniently found on either the street, adjacent to Carnegie Library or in the garage at Dithridge and Filbert. The Chapel is fully accessible to those with special needs.


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Max and Ruby, presented by Pittsburgh International Children's Theater
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Quercus  
13 Jan 2008
Pittsburgh International Children's Theater is proud to present TheatreworksUSA's Max and Ruby! Playing Jan. 6-13 in various Pittsburgh-area locations. For information or to order tickets, please call (412) 321-5520 or visit www.pghkids.org.

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