CO-PRESENTED BY WYEP PRESENTS
The Warhol welcomes Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter, Sharon Van Etten, along with her band, to the Carnegie Lecture Hall. Garnering much critical praise in her quick trajectory since releasing her solo debut album, “Because I Was in Love” on Drag City, her rather frank, confessional ballads, have been likened to artists such as Cat Power (Chan Marshall) and Edith Frost. Van Etten shifted to a full band approach, for her second release, “Epic” on Jagjaguwar Records, and her latest release, “Tramp”, produced by Aaron Dessner of the National. She has shared the stage recently with artists such as Neko Case, Bon Iver and José González.
Directions: The Carnegie Lecture Hall is in the large Carnegie Institute building also home to the Carnegie Museums, Carnegie Music Hall, and main Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. The entrance to the Lecture Hall is on Schenley Drive around the corner from the Library , just before the bridge leading to Schenley Park / Phipps Conservatory / Carnegie Mellon University. Look for a flight of stone steps leading up to large wooden doors.
Parking: The entrance to the Carnegie Museum parking lot is at the corner of Forbes Ave. and Craig St. Near the parking garage elevators, there is a ramp / sidewalk that leads around the building to the Lecture Hall. Parking may also be available on nearby streets or in the park.
Handicapped access to the Lecture Hall is through the Portal Entrance in the museum parking lot. Please stop by the security office on the left side of the Portal Entrance to be escorted to the Lecture Hall.