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Archives: January 2013

Hear The Sound of Music This Weekend!

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Music This Weekend“How do you solve a problem like Maria? With one of the world’s best loved musicals!”

“Maria, a young, aspiring but quirky nun, fills the lives of the Von Trapp children with ‘The Sound of Music’ and captures the heart of their stern and lonely father. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s award-winning musical delights audiences with the uplifting story and irresistible score: ‘Climb Every Mountain,’ ‘Do- Re-Mi,’ ‘Edelweiss,’ and ‘My Favorite Things.’ Sure to be one of your favorite things!”

Dine with The Carlton Restaurant before the show and allow us to drop you off in style with our complimentary limousine service. We hope to see you here! For more information or to purchase tickets to one of the shows, click here.

NHL Season Back in Action!

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Flyers Penguins HockeyNo one was happier at the news of the end of the lockout than the staff of The Carlton! We thought this day might never come – but the first Penguins home game is finally here! The Pens face off tomorrow at CONSOL Energy Center at 7:00 p.m. against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Looking for a place to cheer or dine before the game? Join us at The Carlton and enjoy a great dinner before each and every home game!

We are only a short walk (five minutes) to your seats –  but our limousines are available to whisk you to the front door of the Consol Energy Center!  Let’s hope that this is the year that the Pen’s win back the Stanley Cup! Click here to view the 2013 Penguins schedule

Escape to Italy This Weekend

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Escape to ItalyOn Friday January 18 through Sunday January 20, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents Noseda & Concert Italia at Heinz Hall. “[Finally] view a portrait of Italy through the orchestrated lens of Strauss in his Aus Italien or From Italy.” Be sure to check out this stunning performance and stop by The Carlton for dinner before. Also, take advantage of our complimentary limousine service after dinner and arrive in style!

“Hochman’s playing was serene, virtually Olympian in its overview.” –Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

“Italian conductor Gianandrea Noseda brings music from and inspired by his country.  Noseda is the Victor de Sabata Guest Conductor, so it is only fitting for him to conduct the beautiful ‘The night of Plàton’ by de Sabata in its PSO debut!  Ravel’s demanding Piano Concerto for left hand is performed with superb finesse by Benjamin Hochman.'”

Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.