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Archives: January 2013

Shen Yun Tour Comes to Pittsburgh

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Shen YunDon’t miss this breathtaking performance of “ancient heroic legends and modern courageous tales” February 1-3!

“Inspired by the spirit of an ancient culture, Shen Yun Performing Arts brings to life classical Chinese dance and music in a gloriously colorful and exhilarating show. Its masterful choreography and graceful routines range from grand classical processions to ethnic and folk dances, with gorgeously costumed dancers moving in stunning synchronized patterns.”

Stop by The Carlton Restaurant for dinner before the show! Our limousines will whisk you away after your meal, and return you to the Carlton after the show. Click here for more info or to purchase tickets to the show.

Penguins Face Off Against Islanders

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Pittsburgh-Penguins.jpgHeaded to the Pens game this week or need a place to cheer? Come to The Carlton for a nice pregame meal or join us in cheering along our boys of winter! Again, our Dress Code policy is “whatever you are comfortable with is fine with us.” We hope to see lots of jeans
and jerseys here on January 29! Click here to view available tickets.

Mozart’s Symphony No. 40

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Mozart’sThe Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 January 25 – January 27 at Heinz Hall. “[Tetzlaff] lets the music live, breathe and sing with a directness few can equal today” –The Guardian. Come out for the show this weekend, and stop by The Carlton before for dinner! Our limousines will whisk you to the show after your meal and return you back to The Carlton later that evening. We hope to see you here!

“British conductor Michael Francis makes his PSO debut with a Mozart favorite and works by three Czech composers.  Mozart’s 40th is easily one of the most recognizable and popular pieces of classical music and a joy to hear live in concert.  The highly sought-after soloist, Christian Tetzlaff, debuts with the PSO in Dvořák’s Violin Concerto.  “Sárka” is one of six movements from Smetana’s beloved Má vlast or “My Country.”  Janáček’s symphonic rhapsody orchestrates the famed story of Taras Bulba, his sons and their journeys in the Ukraine.”