• Heinz History Center (map)
  • 1212 Smallman Street
  • Pittsburgh, PA, 15222
  • United States

Ensemble in Residency
Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble

joins Alia Musica Pittsburgh in

Laborintus II

cantata for narrator, three solo voices, eight-part speaking choir,
seventeen instruments, and electronics

Luciano Berio

Coproduced with the Italian American Program at the Senator John Heinz History Center, with support from Istituto Mondo Italiano and HearCorp

Funded in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Opportunity Fund, and The Heinz Endowments

Friday, May 5 — 7:30pm
$20 — $15 st/snr
Purchase tickets here

Mueller Center (5th floor)
Heinz History Center, Downtown Pittsburgh
(1212 Smallman St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222)

Accessibility information

The Mueller Center is an accessible facility.
Large-print and screen-reader-friendly programs available.
Assisted listening devices available by request.

For accessibility questions and requests please contact us

Simone Maccanti

Solo voices
Amanda DeBoer
Liz Pearse
Kayleigh Butcher

Speaking choir
Samuel Bozzolla, lead
Francesca Savoia
Daniel Rzewski
Anna Elder
Seany De Courcy Williams
Viviana Altieri
Robert Frankenberry
Giuseppina Mecchia

Brian Riordan

Sarah Steranka, flute

Emily Cook, Allyson Eddington,
Nolan Petote, clarinets

Matthew McCormack, Edward Li,
Jerry Gaudi, trumpets

Burkhardt Reiter, Chris Zatorski,
Jim Weltman, trombones

Natalie Stafford, Sophie Graf, harps

Chad Crummel, Carlos Camacho,

Simon Cummings, Valerie Kuehne,

Ryan McMasters, bass

Federico Garcia-De Castro, conducting