Throughout the year, DUQ partners with dozens of non-profit, cultural and civic organizations to sponsor programs, performances and events that improve the quality of life in southwestern Pennsylvania.

To show their appreciation for DUQ’s support, the following organizations are currently offering special discounts for DUQ Members:

Pittsburgh Jazz Society
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
Pittsburgh Dance Council
Pittsburgh Public Theater

We are proud to be an in-kind media sponsor of these upcoming events:

Pittsburgh Jazz Society
Sunday Night Jazz Party
Rhythm House Cafe, Bridgeville
Free, 7 to 11 pm

DUQ’s Tony Mowod hosts every Sunday night.

www.pittsburghjazz.org

May 11 – Benny Benack Group
May 18 – Roger Humphries Big Band
May 25 – Jimmy Sapienza’s 5 Guys Named Moe
June 1 – Pittsburgh Jazz Society Student Big Band
June 8 – Sandy Staley Group with Tim Stevens
June 15 – Tuesday Night Big Band featuring Lori Russo
June 22 – Harold Betters Quartet
June 29 – ‘Burgh’ Big Band
July 6 – Jimmy Ponder Trio
July 13 – Dr. Tom Degregory Septet
July 20 – Roger Humphries Big Band
July 29 – Jerry and Louis Lucarelli Group

For more information: 412.343.9555 or www.pittsburghjazz.org
Discount for DUQ Members


Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
JazzLive
Cabaret at Theatre Square
Free. Tuesdays 5 – 8 pm and 8 – 11 pm

5 – 8 pm performances happen in the Cabaret Theater. 8 – 10 pm performances happen at the Backstage Bar.

May 13 – Salsamba followed by Kenia
May 20 – Don Aliquo followed by Jimmy Ponder
May 27 – Tony Campbell followed by Colter Harper

For more information: 412.456.6666 or www.pgharts.org
Discount for DUQ Members


American Jewish Museum
Jewish Community Center
Squirrel Hill

“Resonance, Disintegration, Transport and Reintegration”
April 28 – August 1, 2008

Hebrew letter forms provide the inspiration for these metallic prints and paintings by Pittsburgh artist Juliana Morris.

For more information: 412.521.8011 or www.jccpgh.org


Pittsburgh Public Theater
O’Reilly Theater
Downtown

“Rabbit Hole
April 17 – May 18

Five-time Tony Award nominated play by David Lindsay-Abaire that explores a family’s journey out of darkness after a devastating life-changing event. Intriguing balance of humor, honesty and tragedy.

“The Odd Couple”
May 29 – June 29

Neil Simon’s classic comedy of mismatched roommates Felix Ungar and Oscar Madison.

For more information: 412.316.1600 or www.ppt.org


Silver Eye Center for Photography
2008 Benefit Auction
Carson Street, South Side
Exhibition Viewing: April 25 – May 10
Auction: Saturday, May 10, 10 am

Works up for auction include prints form notable photographers including W. Eugene Smith, “Teenie” Harris, Edward S. Curtis, and others.

For more information: 412.431.1810 or www.silvereye.org


Pittsburgh Opera
Benedum Center
Downtown

“The Capulets and the Montagues
May 3, 6, 9, 11

Bellini’s masterpiece, a telling of the familiar story of forbidden love, is based on the classic Italian tales, and not Shakespeare’s retelling.

For more information: 412.281.0912 or http://www.pittsburghopera.org


Silk Screen Film Asian American Film Festival
May 9 – 18
Locations Around Pittsburgh
Red Carpet Gala
Friday, May 9, 8 pm
121 Seventh Street, The Cultural District

The Silk Screen Festival celebrates diversity and the Asian and Asian-American experience through film. More than 20 films from filmamkers with ties to Japan, India, China, Iran, Turkey, and other countries. Some screenings feature discussions with directors, producers and actors.

For more information and film schedule: 724.969.2565 or www.silkscreenfestival.org


Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater
“22nd Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival
May 14 – 18
G
Grounds of University of Pittsburgh and Schenley Plaza

Eight theater troupes from around the world, including performers from South Korea, Portugal, Israel, Mexico and elsewhere present programming for kids of all ages.

For more information: 412.456.6666 or www.pghkids.org


Kuntu Repertory Theater
Alumni Hall
Oakland

“Ain’t Misbehavin’: The Fats Waller Musical Show”
May 20 – May 31

Experience the music of Fats Waller and relive the feel of 1930’s in this revue by Richard Maltby, Jr.

For more information: 412.624.7298 or www.kuntu.org


Rachel Carson Homestead
“Rachel’s Sustainable Feast
Saturday, May 25, Noon to 5 pm

Area chef’s present an array of locally produced food at this block party at the Rachel Carson Homestead.

For more information: 724.274.5459 or www.rachelcarsonhomestead.org


National Aviary
Anthony Braxton and the Syrinx Ensemble
Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1

The music of man and birds combine in this series of special performances by acclaimed avant-garde jazz musician Anthony Braxton.

For more information: 412.323.7235 or www.aviary.org


Leadership Pittsburgh
“Opportunity Connections Leadership Dialogue Series”

Tony Buzzeli
Chairman, Deloitte and Touche LLP
The Rivers Club, One Oxford Center
Wednesday, June 25, 7:30 am

Regional business leaders discuss where Pittsburgh is headed in this special lecture series.