Pitch Black: Dining in the Dark - Pittsburgh12/15/2022 @ 6:00pm - 12:00 AM Revival on Lincoln
We are back for Season 2 of Dining in the Dark - we are going to have a new menu and entertainment plan, so if you loved our original event, come back for another fun-filled evening! You may wonder what the benefits are, but the absence of distractions promotes the idea that eating in the dark heightens diner\'s senses making for a more pleasurable experience. The focus is instead on taste, smell, mouthfeel and sound, as well as promoting the art of conversation. Diners will enter a warmly lit room, and will be accompanied by waiters and seated before being blindfolded and plunged into total darkness to enjoy this unique culinary experience. There will be 2 available main dish options (meat and vegetarian) and although the menu is secret, dietary requirements and allergies can be catered for. Diners will also be able to order their favourite drinks to accompany their food before entering the dark dining room. Each dining experience lasts 90 minutes, giving diners ample time to get comfortable with their new surroundings and enjoy a delicious two course meal with a drink, blindfolded. The \'Pitch Black\' event will run on select dates only and pre-booking is essential.
Chatham Baroque: The Art of the Trio – Holiday Edition12/16/2022 - 12/18/2022 Multiple Locations
Annual showcase of the talents of Artistic Directors Andrew Fouts, Patricia Halverson, and Scott Pauley Friday, December 16, 7:30 PM St. Nicholas Church, Millvale Presented in partnership with The Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka. A guided tour of the murals will be held at 6:30pm. Saturday, December 17, 7:30 PM East Liberty Presbyterian Church Chapel Sunday, December 18, 2:30 PM Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Chatham Baroque Artistic Directors Andrew Fouts, Patricia Halverson and Scott Pauley showcase their collective energy, ebullience, and eloquence as they perform lively works from Baroque Germany, France and Italy. Inspired by the spirit of the season, the program will include J. S. Bach’s famous Schübler Chorales and works by Marin Marais, Arcangello Corelli, Giuseppe Tartini and others. The artists will also offer up their own arrangements of traditional Christmas Carols whose roots reach back into the Baroque period. Chatham Baroque Andrew Fouts violin Patricia Halverson viola da gamba Scott Pauley theorbo, baroque guitar