Growing up in Valparaiso, Indiana, Emily Pinkerton never imagined that the center of her musical world would move to Valparaiso, Chile, and set her on a path to performing music of the Andes. “Ends of the Earth,” her third release, takes listeners on a journey through the rich traditions of the Andes and Appalachians in a passionate collection of powerful folk songs. Drawn from opposite ends of the earth, these songs feel right at home together in the caring and capable hands of Emily's band. Sinuous melodies and tightly woven rhythms on guitar, banjo, fiddle, bass and cajón resonate together in the natural acoustics of the sanctuary where the album was recorded.
During three years in South America, Emily studied with master musicians Alfonso Rubio and Chosto Ulloa, learning the traditions of Chilean "canto a lo poeta." The soaring melodies of this song style permeate her latest work: “Even when writing in English, I gravitate towards the rhythms I learned there. I love how it feels to sing the high, arching melodies of Chilean canto, and I think you can sense this in my album, whether the tune is an Old-Time reel or a South American tonada.”
Emily has toured North and South America, appearing at venues such as SXSW (TX), Sala América (Chile), Kamikaze (Peru), and Makor (NY), sharing the stage with Alejandro Escovedo, Stacy Phillips, and the Chieftains. She is shaping an ever-growing audience for her music, winning the City Paper readers’ poll as one of the top three acoustic acts in Pittsburgh, where she now lives. She performs solo and with her trio, featuring bassist Layo Puentes, cajón player Lucas Savage and guitarist Daniel Marcus.
In 2010, Emily was selected to be part of the Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour (PennPAT) Roster. Partial funding may be available to support performance engagements in Washington D.C., Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the US Virgin Islands. Visit pennpat.org for details on grants and fee support.
"The best of two cultures and songwriting styles."
"Affecting and poignant--a different kind of high lonesome..."
"An eminent performer, she represents Chilean music with precision and respect."
Micaela Navarrete, National Library of Chile
"One of the best PittArts programs we've had yet."
Kathryn Heidemann, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
"At times her voice is the epitome of loneliness, and at others, a portal for the familiarity that only home can bring."
The Santiago Times
Emily Pinkerton - Banjo, Guitar, voice
Layo Puentes - Upright Bass
Lucas Savage - Cajon
Daniel Marcus - Guitar
Emily Pinkerton, Ends of the Earth, Green Jeans Records 2012
Emily Pinkerton, Valparaiso, Green Jeans Records 2008
Emily Pinkerton, EP, Green Jeans Records 2004
Divahn, Mizrocky Records, 2002
Emily Pinkerton: Alt-Country from Appalachia to the Andes
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For a Pittsburgh, Penn.-based adjunct music instructor raised in Valparaiso, Ind., the connections b...For a Pittsburgh, Penn.-based adjunct music instructor raised in Valparaiso, Ind., the connections between her Midwest hometown and the city of Valparaíso, Chile, run deep. In college, an exchange program sent Emily Pinkerton to Chile for a year, introducing her to traditional Latin American songwriting styles and instruments, reshaping her musical ear.
Pinkerton's eventual "decade of immersion" into the Chilean culture opened her to opportunities to study with musical masters such as Chosto Ulloa and Santos Rubio, among others. "When I started studying with my principal guitarrón teacher, Alfonso Rubio, he became very interested in the banjo," she says. "I taught him clawhammer style, and his first tunes were his favorite Chilean and Spanish ballads." Although she remembers "feeling lost at first," conducting her graduate research work on the canto a lo poeta singing style with a 25-string Chilean guitarrón turned Pinkerton's timidity to enthusiasm. In fall 2008, she released her first full-length album, Valparaiso, on Green Jeans Records, in tribute to her two Valpo homes.
"Between eight years of graduate school and three years of living in Chile, Latin American music has become the center of my artistic world," Pinkerton says. "At first, in Chile and in the States, I tried to learn traditional music in a disciplined way - really focusing on recreating the sounds I heard. Making Valparaíso was about letting go of that in a way that moved beyond just having my own style or timbre within a certain genre."
Her album contains a collection of 12 songs sung in English or Spanish, with Pinkerton leading on vocals, guitar, banjo, fiddle, Chilean guitarrón, charango and cajón.
"Recording Valparaíso, I created the arrangements long after the core guitar or banjo part was written," she says. "This process is shifting a bit now that I have a steady trio in Pittsburgh with bassist Layo Puentes and cajón player Lucas Savage." Puentes and Savage, along with Pinkerton's guitarist husband, Patrick Burke, performed on the album. "Writing with my husband is fun and challenging," she says, "because it pushes me beyond my usual harmonic and lyrical boundaries. He's a composer who writes a lot of rock-influenced chamber music, and I've steeped myself in folk and traditional sounds."
Her cohorts are able to successfully balance the best of two cultures and songwriting styles. "Sometimes a song descends in one fell swoop [like 'Kingdom Down' or 'El Cerro']," Pinkerton says, "and others are built layer by layer over a few months. With a song like 'La flor de la verbena,' for example, I'm exploring the sounds of a cueca [Chilean national folk dance], with my Midwestern musical ear, rather than trying to replicate a traditional Chilean sound."
Growing up in Indiana gave Pinkerton opportunities that "brought the world to her front door," in her eyes. She became heavily involved in the music and drama clubs at Valparaiso High School, playing piano, violin and guitar as one-third of the acoustic trio Trillium. She also befriended exchange students from Chile and Uruguay, who taught her the music of Nueva Canción (literally "new song," a progressive movement in Central America that combined traditional music and rock) and the songs of Chilean poet and songwriter Victor Jara before she knew much about South American history. She later studied musical voice and foreign language at Butler University in Indianapolis, and eventually earned a doctorate in ethnomusicology from the University of Texas. "When I think about all this, it doesn't seem unusual at all to have taken the paths that I have chosen," she says.
Pinkerton's interest in 1960s folk music by such artists as Judy Collins, Bob Dylan and Joan Baez shines through in her singing and guitar picking styles, so much so that her voice has often been compared to an early Baez. However, Pinkerton says that Andean musician Violeta Parra has been her greatest influence.
"I heard her potent voice from a small boom box shortly after I first arrived in Chile in 1996, and the power of that first listen never left me," she says. "It was just her, a charango and a deep drum, nothing else, and I didn't understand a word of her lyrics. By the time I left Chile a year later, I'd internalized every single word and note of that album, Las últimas composiciones de Violeta Parra. Once I came to understand her words, they carried the same impact as her voice. They strike hard with a minimum of embellishment, but leave a wake of subtle, lasting and sometimes conflicting sentiments. A perfect example is her most well known song, 'Gracias a la vida,' [a song often covered by Baez], which is a tremendous ode to the human condition. Beneath the sincere thanks she expresses for her sight, her ears, her voice and her listeners, she tucks away a persistent undertone of irony and sadness, reflecting many of the personal losses she had suffered shortly before writing the song."
Similarly, Pinkerton's songs explore loneliness and employ earthy metaphors that reflect both her spiritual and emotional world.
Since her time living and learning in Latin America, Pinkerton has become a teacher at the University of Pittsburgh, instructing students about world music and modern foreign languages. She has also formed an ensemble, Copihue Chile, a group of Pittsburgh-based Chileans and Americans that present traditional Latin American music and dance at schools and cultural festivals.
"I've been given a lot of encouragement from the Latin American community in Pittsburgh and from my friends in Chile," Pinkerton says. "As a 'gringa' whose musical life is so entwined with South America, I'm grateful for this support and for the opportunity to share songs that people relate to their own experience of travel between North and South America."
Pinkerton's touch of Baez, taste of Chile
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Emily Pinkerton studied ethnomusicology at the University of Texas and spent time living in Chile to...Emily Pinkerton studied ethnomusicology at the University of Texas and spent time living in Chile to absorb the native folk traditions.
That might be great background for a musician, but it would be of little value if Pinkerton didn't also bring a talent for flatpicking on guitar and banjo, a gift for melody and a lovely voice reminiscent of Joan Baez.
It all comes to the surface on "Valparaiso," a debut album of mostly original folk songs sung in English and Spanish. It's so named because she originally stems from Valparaiso, Ind., and her musical explorations took her Valparaiso, Chile.
Pinkerton, a part of the Pittsburgh music scene since the fall of 2005, became enamored with the classic folk of Baez, Dylan and Simon & Garfunkel while she was in high school. But she doesn't consider herself a folk musician tied to any one era.
"Without a doubt I admire Dylan and Baez, and they have been largely influential in my musical life, especially Dylan," she says. "I'm not trying to harken back to past eras of folk music, however, or define myself in relation to standards of musical or political purity. My background is in acoustic styles and instruments, and I feel like I'm doing what I do best on this album. The result is something where traditional sounds are at the forefront, but they are shaded by influences that range from old-time banjo to artists like Bjork."
Pinkerton says her guitar influences range from Dylan and Maybelle Carter to such Latin players as Silvio Rodriguez and Violeta Parra.
"I often play solo, and when I create guitar parts, I try to emulate multi-layered rhythms of South American genres -- like Chilean cueca or Venezuelan joropo -- in a way that is sparse, yet rhythmically intricate."
She points to a song like "Ten Years" as a convergence of her various influences.
"I'm singing for an old friend that I lost a couple years back. The melody, cadence and rhythm draw from a mournful Chilean song style called 'canto a lo divino,' yet the overall sound remains somehow very North American."
It's part of an approach on "Valparaiso" to move away from simply re-creating the music she loves.
"This album has been about loosening up that process: stretching genres, rhythms and forms; seeing what happens when I fuse Etta Baker's finger-picking patterns with rural Chilean guitar, or rework a traditional South American song on clawhammer banjo. In this sense, I do feel like I'm shaping a sound that is Latin American, yet in the mingling of styles, becomes my own."
Emily Pinkerton blends old-time and Chilean music on her album "Valparaiso"
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The title of "singer-songwriter" doesn't sit well with Emily Pinkerton, and it's easy to understand ...The title of "singer-songwriter" doesn't sit well with Emily Pinkerton, and it's easy to understand why. Rather than the near-pathological urge for public self-expression that seems to drive many singer-songwriters, Pinkerton's journey through several musical worlds -- and fiddle, banjo, guitar and Latin American instruments -- seems driven more by curiosity and creative inquiry.
Pinkerton has called Pittsburgh home since 2005; she currently teaches undergrad Latin American and world-music courses as an adjunct at Pitt, and directs an "eclectic" music ensemble at the Shadyside Unitarian Church. In Pittsburgh, she found a supportive home -- and for a time, employment -- through the Calliope folk-music society, and a chance to pursue her solo career.
"It's been a place where I've been able to have the time, resources and support from people and organizations to do my album, to make my music," Pinkerton says.
Yet her musical roots lie worlds apart: her hometown of Valparaiso, Indiana, where she grew up and studied classical and old-time music, and Valparaíso, Chile, where she's immersed herself in Latin American music. Sharing a name, the two towns had exchange programs bringing students back and forth, Pinkerton says, and with them, culture. That sparked Pinkerton's interest in Latin America, and while working around a degree in voice from the University of Texas, she eventually found ways -- and funding -- to "apprentice myself to Chilean musicians."
During her second year-long visit to Chile, in 2004, she studied canto a lo poeta, "a rural tradition, although people are doing it more and more in the cities too," she says, similar to the urban folk revival in the United States. "It's this thing with a long history, and the point of it being to relay both secular and sacred stories through either memorized or improvised poetry."
She also picked up the guitarrón, a Chilean guitar-type instrument, and the cajón, a drum used in flamenco. "It's a box made out of wood, with a top that's loose that kinda rattles," she says. Those two instruments feature prominently on Valparaíso, her full length album being released this week, which fuses musical flavors from both Valparaisos into Pinkerton's original songs in both English and Spanish.
"There's a couple of songs where I explicitly [said], 'Let's see what happens if I fuse this traditional Chilean song with banjo,'" says Pinkerton, "but then several of the songs are real straight-up old-time, or countryish, songwriterish." Indeed, apart from Pinkerton's high, clear voice, "Bluebird" sounds like something from The Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo, as does "Open Bottle," with its fiddle and banjo in counterpoint, and the lines "so drown your heart and drain your soul / if your throat's not dry, it overflows."
Pinkerton's transcontinental style comes across most on "El Cerro" and "Kingdom Down," two songs "overlapping in ways, though you don't necessarily hear it," she says. While sung in Spanish and featuring the cajón drum, the gorgeous "El Cerro" ("The Hill") was inspired by Pittsburgh's scenery, especially the lonely stairs that climb its hills. "It's one that talks about a landscape as if it's an emotion," she says, "a sense of needing to get up to the hill, to get away, and sensing whether its safe to come back down or not."
The album-closer "Kingdom Down," on the other hand, is sung in English and has an earthy Americana flavor, yet it relates to her experience of sleeping through earthquakes in Chile. "You sometimes sleep through things in life too," she muses. "You don't realize how long the ground has been shaking."
Three songs on the album are Chilean canto a lo poeta, rearranged by Pinkerton, who also performs nearly all of the instruments, and recorded it at her home studio. Her husband Patrick Burke plays guitar and sings backup on a couple of songs, and Trish Imbrogno plays upright bass.
But to play live, she's been assembling a group of musicians -- "I have a cajón player lined up, and a couple of bass players I gig with," she says. For her CD release show on Sat., Sept. 13, at Lawrenceville's Your Inner Vagabond Coffeehouse and World Lounge, she'll perform both solo and with a full band. Afro-beat project Machete will play before and after, "In case people want to dance, or just hang out and celebrate for a while," she says.
Although Pinkerton has every reason to celebrate Valparaíso, she won't be kicking back for long: In November, she heads to Chile to play a couple of concerts, along with scattered U.S. dates. And then there's the informal Chilean-music jams right here in Pittsburgh. "The Chilean community here is not huge, but man, it's been great!" Pinkerton says. "We've formed a music group in the past couple years -- about once a week I hang out and play Chilean music."
Emily Pinkerton CD Release with Machete. 8 p.m. Sat., Sept. 13. Your Inner Vagabond Coffeehouse and World Lounge, 4130 Butler St., Lawrenceville. $7. All ages.
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It's hard not to be enchanted with Emily Pinkerton's music when it takes you from the North American...It's hard not to be enchanted with Emily Pinkerton's music when it takes you from the North American Midwest to the South American Andes. The ubiquitous guitar makes it accessible, but the Latin rhythms and language turn it into an exotic, luscious thing. Pinkerton went from Valparaiso, Indiana to Valparaiso, Chile as an exchange student, taking with her a love of old-time fiddle and banjo. She became a critically acclaimed performer, singing both American old-time music and tunes in the Andean singer-songwriter style of Violetta Parra. On her new CD Valparaiso, Pinkerton's singing (in both English and Spanish) straddles the cultures but could "pass" in either one: It's simple and clean, and lets the melody shine through. - Michael Gill
Pinkerton blends north, south flavors for debut disc
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Emily Pinkerton grew up in Valparaiso, Ind. Later, she would spend time in Valparaiso, Chile. No ...Emily Pinkerton grew up in Valparaiso, Ind. Later, she would spend time in Valparaiso, Chile.
No wonder her first full-length release is called "Valparaiso."
"Both in the poetry and the music, there's little of both worlds," she says of the album, which she will debut Saturday at Your Inner Vagabond in Lawrenceville.
Pinkerton discovered the music of Chile while an exchange student when she was 19. At first, it took her awhile to get a sense of the music that is indigenous to the South American nation.
"They have some dance rhythms, some song rhythms, that are very different," she says. "It took a lot of listening to get inside it. I had to study it before I could sing it."
The most notable Chilean music is nuevo cancion, as performed by Violetta Parra and Victor Jara, folksingers and political activists. Joan Baez has performed songs by Parra, and Arlo Guthrie memorialized Jara in the song "Victor Jara."
But Pinkerton says that the styles of Chilean music differ based on what part of the slender country one visits. Notably there are high-paced dance rhythms that interlock in interesting ways, with the parts pushing and pulling against one another.
Her emphasis, however, is the Chilean music from the central region of the country that is "very free, over a cyclical rhythmic base on guitar or the guitarron, over chant-like melodies. It's very beautiful."
Pinkerton's idea for "Valparaiso" is ... a juxtaposition of North and South America. The trick is to blend without losing the flavor of either.
"Sometimes, sonically, it will sound totally North American, or totally South American," she says. "But with poetry and the way it is used in both places, or something about the phrasing, it might sound like something else. Instead of keeping them separate, it's bringing them together, and also seeing how I could overlap and play with that."
Most of all, it's music that actively engages the listener. There's an inherent sense of joy, of happiness, that colors a sound that sometimes is in direct contrast to the lyrical content.
"I try to have the liveliness of the rhythm draw you in," Pinkerton says. "But also there's a mournful quality to it. Those two things play off each other."
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When you hear local songwriter and ethnomusicologist Emily Pinkerton sing, a sense of nostalgia inva...When you hear local songwriter and ethnomusicologist Emily Pinkerton sing, a sense of nostalgia invades you. As a matter of fact, The Santiago Times (Chile) called her voice “the epitome of loneliness and a portal for the familiarity that only home can bring.”
Lyrical and hypnotic, Emily’s performances are a unique combination of Latin American music and the traditional sounds of American Old-Time. Born in the Midwest, she studied in Chile where she first heard Violeta Parra, a major influence in all of her music. She sings fluently in Spanish for many of her songs, then picks up her banjo and tells American tales such as John Lover is Gone.
You’ll find Emily on stage with an array of instruments in her arsenal. She plays guitar, banjo and violin expertly, but her talent with the guitarron (a traditional 25-stringed Chilean guitar) has set her apart from her folk music counterparts. Her musical dexterity and haunting compositions have gained her international acclaim, including recognition by Pittsburgh City Paper, Sing Out!, The Space, The Santiago Times (Chili) and The New Haven Advocate.
Emily has performed across North and South America at venues such as SXSW, Makor, the Cactus Café and La Casa en el Aire. On fiddle, banjo and guitar, she has shared the stage with artists such as Divahn, Glen Velez, Stacy Phillips, and the Chieftains. While she often performs solo shows, you may be lucky enough to hear her play a set with her husband and composer Patrick Burke (guitar/keyboards) and double bassist Trish Imbrogno.
For more information about Emily Pinkerton, check out her website, www.emilypinkerton.com. Don’t forget to make her your friend on Myspace, www.myspace.com/ejpinkerton.
Acoustic guitarist embraces Chilean rhythms
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While she was an exchange student in Chile 10 years ago, Emily Pinkerton was introduced to the music...While she was an exchange student in Chile 10 years ago, Emily Pinkerton was introduced to the music of Violeta Parra. She'd heard nothing like it before, and a decade later, Parra's sound has become intrinsic to the Avalon resident's music.
"Over the past 10 years, it's started to become what I normally do," says Pinkerton, who performs the music of Parra Saturday with Chilean musician Marcia Moreno at the Altar Bar, in the Strip District. "When I was new to it, it was something rhythmically completely different. When I first heard these dance and song rhythms she played, you couldn't feel them in the same way you feel other things you've heard so much."
Parra (1917-67), is considered the inspiration for la nueva cancion, the music that would change perceptions of what folk music was in Chile. Prior to Parra, folk music was mostly four-part harmonies, with stereotypical pastoral images dominating.
"She, having grown up in the country, sort of wiped out that aesthetic," Pinkerton says. "She had a more pared-down approach; simple, more straightforward, raw in a way. It wasn't just about smiling and saying how beautiful is the Chilean countryside, but this is what it's like for people, here are some of the social problems. Rural music doesn't sound like this, it's not fine, four-part harmonies. It is raw and does express these deep, deep emotions."
Whereas folk music, especially in America, relies on flat-picking, Parra's use of the acoustic guitar was more percussive, relying on interlocking rhythms. Her time signatures also were different, and Pinkerton says she was attracted to the overall aesthetic of Parra's work, which utilized both guitar and stringed instruments of indigenous and European origin in small ensembles.
"A few years back in high school I'd been listening to Joan Baez and Bob Dylan," Pinkerton says, "who had this pared-down sound and this emphasis on how you delivered the text and the depth of the poetry you wrote. That's what I heard in it."
At the time of her death by suicide in 1967, Parra was mostly unknown in North America. In 1973, Joan Baez recorded a version of Parra's "Gracias a la vida" (translated as "Thanks to life"), one of Parra's most popular songs, and she gained some semblance of fame in folk circles.
In South America, however, Parra and her family -- which includes poets, writers and musicians -- are, according to Pinkerton, akin to Woody Guthrie and his brood. Even though her daughter, Isabel Parra, is a musician, Violeta Parra's music is more than just a family tradition.
"I would just say that Violeta has had so much influence on so many people in such a wide range of musical styles," Pinkerton says. "So many people cite her as an influence, that I think the torch is really spread out. So many people are bearing it right now, and her daughter is one of them and at the forefront. ... But she so permeates Chilean culture that she's everywhere."
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“But as impressive as Pinkerton's musical dexterity is--she plays guitar, banjo and violin expertly-...“But as impressive as Pinkerton's musical dexterity is--she plays guitar, banjo and violin expertly--it pales next to her vocal tone...Emotions waver on Pinkerton's vibrations. At times, her voice is the epitome of loneliness, and at others, a portal for the familiarity that only home can bring. She sings about love and war, rejection and homecoming, changing the atmosphere in the room with each breath."
CD review (Divahn)
“Affecting and poignant—a different kind of high lonesome…”
Bringing it all back home
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Songwriter, performer, multi-instrumentalist and ethnomusicologist Emily Pinkerton is looking forwar...Songwriter, performer, multi-instrumentalist and ethnomusicologist Emily Pinkerton is looking forward to more than just returning to her old stomping grounds for her Saturday performance at Valparaiso's Front Porch Music.
"I'm hoping to see some old friends, a reunion of people from VHS's drama department," she said. "That should also be a fun thing to do when I come up there."
A 1994 graduate of Valparaiso High School, Pinkerton first tried her luck as a youngster at piano, violin and voice and picked up the guitar when she was in high school.
She made her debut on the Front Porch stage while still at Valparaiso High School as one-third of the acoustic outfit Trillium. She last graced the stage there, by her estimation, about two or three years ago during one of the venue's Thursday open mic nights.
Early on, Pinkerton developed a passion for American folk music, which led her down the path to everything from South American folk music to traditional, old time music.
After completing her studies at Valparaiso High School, she made her way to Butler University in Indianapolis, where she studied music, and furthered her education at the University of Texas, where she received her Master's degree.
"To me, learning about music I (first) didn't know about was fascinating," she said. "It's a constant process of expanding your ears. There's a whole other realm (of music) that when you listen to it (for the first time) you don't know that it's there. And then you start hearing the old time fiddling and different ways of playing guitar in a folk song."
Pinkerton juggles her studies, which have taken her throughout the globe, with recording and performing, which has found her playing to industry types at the prestigious South By Southwest Music Conference and sharing stages with artists ranging from Celtic legends the Chieftains to bluegrass multi-instrumentalist Stacy Phillips.
In 2004, Pinkerton released her first recorded effort, a self-titled EP.
Currently residing in Pittsburgh after spending a year in Chile furthering her ethnomusicology research, she is working on what will be her follow-up to her EP.
She hopes to have the set, her first full-length effort, available come fall.
"It's going to be longer, but I'm still going to try and keep it similar to the other songs that are on the EP," she said. "I'm doing live tracks that I keep to (an accompaniment of) two to three instruments."
National Library of Chile
An eminent performer, she represents Chilean music with precision and respect.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
One of the best PittArts programs we've had yet.
40-60 minutes of original and traditional songs in English and Spanish. If requested, we can also perform sets completely in Spanish.
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|Apr 20, 2013 Saturday||7:30 PM||James Simon Studios, 305 Gist St., Pittsburgh, PA 15219||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|An intimate set at James' beautiful sculpture studio in Uptown: one of my very favorite places to play!! Full band, lots of fun, and a new cover song surprise. $10 suggested donation.|
|Mar 23, 2013 Saturday||8:00 PM||Andy Warhol Museum||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Music on the Edge Series featuring NOW Ensemble. World premiere of "Rounder Songs" for voice, banjo and chamber ensemble, composed by Emily Pinkerton and Patrick Burke.|
|Feb 21, 2013 Thursday||7:00 PM||WYEP||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|WYEP's Third Thursday with Emily and band. Doors at 6:30pm.|
|Jan 18, 2013 Friday||6:00 PM||Panama Jazz Festival||Panama City, PA|
|Concert of Chilean music in El Ateneo (Ciudad del Saber) featuring Emily Pinkerton, Rodrigo Invernizzi, Ella Ponce, Orion Morales and other guests.|
|Jan 16, 2013 Wednesday||12:00 PM||Panama Jazz Festival||Panama City, PA|
|Concert and Workshop featuring Emily Pinkerton, Rodrigo Invernizzi, Ella Ponce and other guests. Edificio 105, Salon 105|
|Dec 13, 2012 Thursday||7:00 PM||The New Hazlett Theater||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|http://www.wyep.org/holidayhootenanny An amazing line up of Pittsburgh musicians for this concert! WYEP really knows how to throw a holiday party!|
|Dec 1, 2012 Saturday||7:00 PM||St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 304 Morewood Ave.||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|The Early Mays' CD Release concert. Join us for an evening of winter song and dance. www.theearlymays.com|
|Nov 17, 2012 Saturday||7:30 PM||SongSpace at First Unitarian||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Supporting my old-time music heroes, Brad Leftwich and Linda Higginbotham!|
|Nov 9, 2012 Friday||TBA||NERFA||Kerhonkson, NY, US|
|Quad Showacase performance!!|
|Oct 9, 2012 Tuesday||7:00 PM||Luther College||Decorah, IA, US|
Performance at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa with Michael O'Brien and other guests. Workshops and presentations on campus as part of a 3 day residency.
|Sep 30, 2012 Sunday||7:00 PM||Lewis Theatre||Lewisburg, WV, US|
|Judith Avers CD Release featuring Brad Yoder, Ben Shannon and the Early Mays!|
|Sep 29, 2012 Saturday||TBA||Pocahontas County Opera House||Marlinton, WV, US|
|Nettlefest, 10am-5pm. The Early Mays (Judith Avers, Ellen Gozion and Emily Pinkerton) will be performing!|
|Aug 10, 2012 Friday||8:30 PM||Iglesia Ministerio de Fe, Almirante Barroso 558||Valparaiso, CL|
|Iglesia Ministerio de Fe, Almirante Barroso 558. Entrada Liberada. Con la participación de Rodrigo Invernizzi, músico porteño.|
|Aug 6, 2012 Monday||7:00 PM||Sala America||Santiago, CL|
|Emily Pinkerton, Rodrigo Invernizzi and friends.|
|Jun 24, 2012 Sunday||7:00 PM||Studio Concert||Berkeley, CA, US|
|An intimate studio concert with good company and refreshments! For details and directions, please contact Marci at email@example.com|
|May 26, 2012 Saturday||7:30 PM||First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|"Ends of the Earth" CD Release Concert with full band (Layo Puentes, Lucas Savage and Daniel Marcus). The Trio, a Venezuelan group, will open the evening. Doors at 6:30, Music at 7:30pm. $15/$10 students & artists. http://www.first-unitarian-pgh.org|
|May 19, 2012 Saturday||7:00 PM||SERFA||Montreat, NC, US|
|Official Showcase Performance on Saturday! Ends of the Earth plays in the 2nd half at about 9:20pm. www.serfa.org|
|Apr 21, 2012 Saturday||11:00 AM||Around the Wood Stove||Elizabethtown, PA, US|
|Podcast interview with Jason Mundok www.woodstovehouse.com|
|Apr 20, 2012 Friday||7:30 PM||Unitarian Church of Harrisburg||Harrisburg, PA, US|
|Concert with Emily's trio, sponsored by Susquehanna Folk Music Society and the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg. Pre-concert talk in Spanish, 7-7:30pm http://www.sfmsfolk.org/dances/S_American_Fusion.html|
|Mar 25, 2012 Sunday||7:00 PM||Bellefield Hall||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Emily performs a movement from "Rounder Songs" (co-composed with Patrick Burke) on banjo with IonSound Project. http://www.music.pitt.edu/events/ionsound-project-popular110822|
|Feb 25, 2012 Saturday||6:30 PM||First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Pre-release party for "Ends of the Earth," free to Kickstarter donors, and open to the public. Emily will talk about her time in Chile, and the music and musicians who have inspired her songs.|
|Feb 4, 2012 Saturday||8:00 PM||Succop Theater||Butler, PA, US|
|Folk music, poetry, storytelling and an old fashioned jam session is what this program is all about. Led by “Alaska’s Fiddling Poet” Ken Waldman, this evening will feature several Pennsylvania guest artists including Ernie Hawkins, Emily Pinkerton and Mark Tamsula. http://www.bc3.edu/theater/events.asp|
|Feb 3, 2012 Friday||8:00 PM||Pittsburgh Contra Dance||Swissvale, PA, US|
|Fiddling for the Pittsburgh dance with Teri Hayes and Annie Trimble! http://www.pittsburghcontra.org|
|Dec 15, 2011 Thursday||7:00 PM||The New Hazlett Theater||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|WYEP's Holiday Hootenanny!! I'll be singing with the Panther Hollow String Band. http://www.wyep.org/events/event.php?event_id=2198|
|Nov 9, 2011 Wednesday||8:00 PM||Club Cafe||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Opening for the Steel Wheels. Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm. http://www.clubcafelive.com|
|Oct 1, 2011 Saturday||7:00 PM||UnSmoke Art Space||Braddock, PA, US|
|Wood-Fired Words: Reading, Art, Music, Books, Homemade Pizza (BYOB). Featuring: Fiction writer and Braddock's first "Into the Furnace" writer-in-residence Josh Barkan; The Emily Pinkerton Trio; The East End Book Exchange; An exhibition of paintings by John Fleenor: "Meet the News Team."|
|Sep 22, 2011 Thursday||8:00 PM||Folk Alliance Region Midwest (FARM) Conference||Bolingbrook, IL, US|
|Midwest Folk Radio Presents Showcase (Thurs. at 8:00 pm) & Performance Lane (Fri. at 11:10 pm), http://www.farmfolk.org|
|Sep 16, 2011 Friday||8:00 PM||Dance Alloy Studio Theater, 5530 Penn Avenue, 15206||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Opening night for Hiawatha Project's "Camino," an original play by Anya Martin that explores themes of immigration, technology and survival in an imagined future. The play features two songs by Emily. Show runs from Sept. 16- Sept. 24. Tickets on sale now at www.hiawathaproject.org.|
|Sep 10, 2011 Saturday||6:00 PM||Saint Angela Merici Church, 20970 Lorain Road, 44126||Fairview Park, OH, US|
|Emily Pinkerton and Marcia Moreno present a benefit concert to help rebuild the Holy Cross Catholic Church in Santa Cruz, Chile, Marcia's hometown. Freewill offering. Reception after the concert. For more information: 216-334-4222|
|Aug 24, 2011 Wednesday||TBA||Private event||US|
|Aug 18, 2011 Thursday||12:00 PM||Market Square, Downtown Pittsburgh, PA||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Noontime concert series in the square! More information here.|
|Jul 20, 2011 Wednesday||12:00 PM||Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, 10 Children's Way||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Solar Concert Series, open to the public!|
|Jun 12, 2011 Sunday||7:00 PM||NOW Ensemble Performance||New York, NY, US|
|Rounder Songs featuring banjo and indie-classical awesomeness for a NOW fundraiser.|
|May 15, 2011 Sunday||4:00 PM||Cafe dez Artz||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|1701 Monongahela Ave., Swissvale, PA $5-10 donation suggested|
|Apr 23, 2011 Saturday||2:00 PM||Bellefield Hall||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Benefit concert for Japanese earthquake relief. Featuring Joe Negri, Yuko Eguchi, Matt Gillespie, Johnghee Kang, Kerrith Livengood, Emily Pinkerton, Martin Spitznagel and Bryan Wright. Donations will be received by Brother's Brother Foundation.|
|Apr 7, 2011 Thursday||8:00 PM||Calvary Lutheran Church Elca||Grand Forks, ND, US|
|$10 donation suggested. 1405 S 9th St, Grand Forks, ND 58201-5563|
|Mar 20, 2011 Sunday||4:00 PM||Cafe dez Artz||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|The New Tourists are a string band that sing in gorgeous 4 part harmony! www.newtourists.com Freewill donations from this event will benefit the production of my next album.|
|Mar 10, 2011 Thursday||11:30 PM||CCAC, Boyce Campus Student Union||Monroeville, PA, US|
|595 Beatty Road, Monroeville, PA 15146|
|Feb 19, 2011 Saturday||8:00 PM||Square Cafe||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Benefit Concert to support Hugh McGough's 2011 election campaign for Magisterial District Judge Featuring Brenda Jean, the New Tourists and Emily Pinkerton Doors at 7:30pm, Solo set at 9:30pm|
|Feb 18, 2011 Friday||8:00 PM||James Simon Studios||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|House Concert at James Simon Studios featuring Layo Puentes and Lucas Savage Potluck/BYOB/doors at 7:15pm 305 Gist St. Uptown, Pittsburgh, PA Directions and Parking: http://www.simonsculpture.com/html/studio.html|
|Feb 12, 2011 Saturday||7:30 PM||First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Valentine's Cabaret featuring Bill Larson, Jon Erik Schreiber, Emily Pinkerton, David Greene and Bryan Wright.|
|Jan 7, 2011 Friday||7:00 PM||Club Cafe||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|supporting Daniel Marcus CD Release|
|Dec 11, 2010 Saturday||7:30 PM||Shadow Lounge||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Ghana School Benefit http://www.ghanaschoolproject.com/Ghanaschoolproject/Welcome.html Performance starts at 7:00pm Featuring Christiane D., Colter Harper, Preach Freedom, Phat Man Dee, Machete Kisumontao, Timbeleza, Stacey Pearl, Joy Ike, Miguel Jr. + Miguel III (Cha) from Guaracha, Emay, Emily Pinkerton, Anicet Mundundu, Dj. Soy Sos, Megadef and the Pitt African Drumming Ensemble|
|Oct 16, 2010 Saturday||7:30 AM||Rex Theatre||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Ernie Hawkins CD Release|
|Oct 9, 2010 Saturday||7:00 PM||Barbès||Brooklyn, NY, US|
|376 9th St. www.barbesbrooklyn.com Kotorino (www.kotorino.com) at 10pm|
|Oct 8, 2010 Friday||8:00 PM||Brooklyn Coffee and Teahouse||Providence, RI, US|
|Oct 5, 2010 Tuesday||7:30 PM||The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center||Middletown, CT, US|
|Oct 2, 2010 Saturday||6:00 PM||Delmarva Folk Festival||Clayton, DE, US|
|A weekend of music performances and workshops in an intimate rural setting. Andean Guitar Workshop at 4pm, Performance at 6pm. Details at www.delfolk.org.|
|Sep 30, 2010 Thursday||TBA||Performing Arts Exchange||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|PennPAT Artist Showcase|
|Sep 26, 2010 Sunday||2:00 PM||Mother Earth News Fair||Seven Springs, PA, US|
|at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, www.motherearthnews.com/fair 2:00-2:45 Farmers' Market Stage|
|Sep 18, 2010 Saturday||10:00 AM||Bellevue State Park, 800 Carr Rd., Wilmington, DE 19809||Wilmington, DE, US|
|Sep 15, 2010 Wednesday||10:25 PM||Arts Midwest, Westin Indianapolis, 50 South Capitol Ave.||Indianapolis, IN, US|
|Sep 10, 2010 Friday||8:00 PM||Modernformations Gallery and Performance Space||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Banjo time: Emily and her trio lay down their Andean Alt-Country fusion!|
|Aug 27, 2010 Friday||7:00 PM||Club Cafe||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Supporting the Lonely Lights CD Release|
|Jul 29, 2010 Thursday||TBA||Club Cafe||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Ramana Vieira concert has been CANCELED|
|Jul 7, 2010 Wednesday||12:15 PM||Children's Museum of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Summer Solar Concert Series 10 Children’s Way - Allegheny Square - Pittsburgh, PA 15212 www.pittsburghkids.org|
|Jun 10, 2010 Thursday||8:30 PM||The Majestic Theater||Gettysburg, PA, US|
|Juried Showcase for PA Presenters Spring Conference. FREE and open to the public. 25 Carlisle St. Gettysburg, PA 17325 www.gettysburgmajestic.org www.papresenters.org/conference|
|May 15, 2010 Saturday||8:15 PM||Saturday Light Brigade on WRCT 88.3 FM||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Radio interview with Larry Berger|
|May 15, 2010 Saturday||7:30 PM||SongSpace||Shadyside, PA, US|
|Luca Mundaca and Emily Pinkerton Undercroft Gallery at First Unitarian Morewood and Ellsworth www.uusongspace.com|
|May 14, 2010 Friday||7:30 PM||Pittsburgh International Folk Festival||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Copihue Chile presents dances of La Tirana festival. Festival details at www.pghfolkfest.org|
|May 1, 2010 Saturday||10:30 PM||AVA||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Music and Dance Party for Chile featuring DJ Sara Vicious. Music by Emily at 10:30|
|Apr 13, 2010 Tuesday||7:30 PM||Performance Pavilion, IU Dept of Folklore and Ethnomusicology||Bloomington, PA, US|
|Chilean Benefit Concert in collaboration with Juan Eduardo Wolf and his ensemble. 800 N. Indiana Ave. (Indiana and 11th, 2 blocks North of Yogi's) $10 donation|
|Apr 10, 2010 Saturday||8:00 PM||Chadwick Court||Crawfordsville, IN, US|
|Apr 3, 2010 Saturday||7:00 PM||Festival Latinoamericano por Chile||Cleveland, OH, US|
|El Barrio (Reinberger Auditorium) 5209 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102 Featuring: Marcia y Emily, Patricia y Graciela, Danzas del Peru, Lucia Stone, Felipe Mercado and Isabel Galvez|
|Mar 27, 2010 Saturday||3:30 PM||Latin American and Caribbean Festival||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Pitt Student Union (Fifth and Bigelow)|
|Mar 13, 2010 Saturday||7:30 PM||Bellefield Hall Auditorium||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Chilean Benefit Concert, organized by Chilean Community of Pittsburgh $10 donation requested All proceeds go to assistance for earthquake victims. Visit www.chileanbenefit.com for more details.|
|Feb 25, 2010 Thursday||8:00 PM||Greenwich House North River Music Series||New York, NY, US|
|Collaborative piece with Patrick Burke and NOW Ensemble. Old-time chamber music! 8:00pm, $15 ($10 students) Renée Weller Concert Hall 46 Barrow St. NYC (between Seventh Ave. South & Bedford St.)|
|Jan 8, 2010 Friday||10:45 PM||Don't Tell Mama||New York, NY, US|
|343 West 46th St. www.donttellmamanyc.com APAP Showcase 9:15-11:45 Emily plays 10:45-11:00|
|Nov 28, 2009 Saturday||7:30 PM||Bellevue United Presbyterian Church||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|A rare acoustic treat featurings songs of the Carter Family, the Stanley Brothers and modern tunes with a vintage sheen. Emily Pinkerton, Patrick and Molly Burke|
|Oct 25, 2009 Sunday||TBA||October Old-Time Week!||Elkins, WV, US|
|Class with Riley Baugus|
|Oct 24, 2009 Saturday||7:45 PM||La Mesa Espanola||Cleveland, OH, US|
|Private Event. Concert with Marcia Moreno.|
|Oct 23, 2009 Friday||8:00 PM||Phoenix Cafe||Lakewood, OH, US|
|15108 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107-3915 (216) 226-4401|
|Sep 12, 2009 Saturday||8:00 PM||Your Inner Vagabond||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Butler and 42nd. Lawrenceville "The Trio" opens.|
|Sep 3, 2009 Thursday||8:00 PM||Garfield Artworks||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Emily Pinkerton Ekofield Helado Negro (Asthmatic Kitty Records) 4931 Penn Ave. 412-361-2262|
|Aug 26, 2009 Wednesday||12:00 PM||Children's Museum of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Solar Concert Series www.pittsburghkids.org 412-322-5058 10 Children's Way Allegheny Square Pittsburgh, PA 15212|
|Aug 1, 2009 Saturday||8:00 PM||Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis||Indianapolis, IN, US|
|www.uui.org 317-283-4760 615 W. 43rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46208 $10/$5 students and seniors|
|Jul 30, 2009 Thursday||6:30 PM||Taltree Arboretum||Valparaiso, IN, US|
|www.taltree.org 219-462-0025 450 West 100 North Valparaiso, IN 46385 $10|
|Jul 25, 2009 Saturday||9:30 PM||Heartland Cafe||Chicago, IL, US|
|www.heartlandcafe.com 773-465-8005 7000 N. Glenwood Ave. Chicago, IL 60626|
|Jul 23, 2009 Thursday||6:00 PM||El Barrio||Cleveland, OH, US|
|Fundraiser for El Barrio at Nighttown 12387 Cedar Rd. $75, reservations at 216-651-2037 Emily Pinkerton and Marcia Moreno, followed by Latin Jazz|
|May 29, 2009 Friday||TBA||Pennsylvania Presenters Spring Conference||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|www.papresenters.org Pennpat showcase with Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh|
|May 15, 2009 Friday||8:00 PM||First Unitarian Church, Shadyside||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Corner of Morewood and Ellsworth Full band|
|May 14, 2009 Thursday||8:30 PM||Barking Spider Tavern||Cleveland, OH, US|
|May 9, 2009 Saturday||8:00 PM||Sanctuary, First Unitarian Church||Shadyside, PA, US|
|"Banjo Phases" featuring collaborative projects with Old-Time, South American and New Music artists.|
|May 9, 2009 Saturday||11:00 AM||Saturday Light Brigade, WRCT 88.3 FM||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|May 8, 2009 Friday||7:30 PM||Yoga Matrika||Squirrel Hill, PA, US|
|First Friday Karmic Salon. www.yogamatrika.com 6520 Wilkins Ave. Music at 7:30-11:00pm. Donation requested.|
|Apr 16, 2009 Thursday||12:30 PM||Calliope's Emerging Legends Series||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh|
|Apr 8, 2009 Wednesday||7:00 PM||Morning Glory Coffeehouse||Morningside, PA, US|
|Old-time fiddle and banjo with Emily Pinkerton and Maya Groner.|
|Feb 25, 2009 Wednesday||8:00 PM||Greenwich House North River Music Series||New York, NY, US|
|Collaborative piece with Patrick Burke for clawhammer banjo and NOW ensemble.|
|Feb 14, 2009 Saturday||12:00 PM||Shadyside First Unitarian Church||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Jan 23, 2009 Friday||7:00 PM||Backstage Bar||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Jan 19, 2009 Monday||12:00 PM||ETV Radio, Clemson University||Clemson, SC, US|
|"Your Day" NPR program with Bob McAnally|
|Jan 15, 2009 Thursday||8:00 PM||Morse Recital Hall||New Haven, CT, US|
|Performance of "A wall, a wall" by composer Patrick Burke|
|Dec 28, 2008 Sunday||3:00 PM||Pendleton Presbyterian Church||Pendleton, SC, US|
|Dec 10, 2008 Wednesday||TBA||Amnesty International||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Dec 7, 2008 Sunday||5:30 PM||VIVERO LAS NINAS||Santiago, Not Applicable, CL|
|"Pura Mujer" Natalia Contesse, Carola Guttman, Emily Pinkerton Tobalaba, esquina Larraín Entrada gratuita Llevar algo para tomar o picar|
|Nov 30, 2008 Sunday||9:00 PM||La Casa en el Aire (sede Constitucion)||Santiago, Not Applicable, CL|
|www.lacasaenelaire.cl Constitución 40, Local 56 Bellavista|
|Nov 28, 2008 Friday||7:00 PM||Sala de Eventos "La Capilla", Hospital Del Salvador||Valparaiso, Not Applicable, CL|
|Concierto con Rodrigo Invernizzi Lugar: Sala de Eventos "La Capilla", Hospital Del Salvador, Subida Carvallo Nº 200, Playa Ancha, Valparaíso. Hora: 19:00|
|Nov 28, 2008 Friday||TBA||TBA||Valparaiso, Not Applicable, CL|
|Concert with Rodrigo Invernizzi|
|Nov 22, 2008 Saturday||6:00 PM||Encuentro Nacional de Guitarroneros||Santiago, Not Applicable, CL|
|Medialuna Municipal de El Principal, Pirque, Region Metropolitana|
|Nov 7, 2008 Friday||7:30 PM||Yoga Matrika||Squirrel Hill, PA, US|
|First Friday Karmic Salon. www.yogamatrika.com 1406 Negley Ave. Yoga Class at 6:00. Music at 7:30. Donation requested.|
|Oct 28, 2008 Tuesday||9:00 PM||The Space||Hamden, CT, US|
|Oct 27, 2008 Monday||9:00 PM||SEM Conference||Middletown, CT, US|
|Concert of Latin American Music|
|Oct 16, 2008 Thursday||12:00 PM||Case Western Hospital||Cleveland, OH, US|
|Hispanic Heritage Month Concert with Emily Pinkerton and Marcia Moreno|
|Oct 12, 2008 Sunday||10:30 AM||Allegheny UU Church, Northside||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Oct 11, 2008 Saturday||TBA||Arefa's||Squirrel Hill, PA, US|
|Sep 25, 2008 Thursday||8:00 PM||Phoenix Cafe||Lakewood, OH, US|
|No cover. www.phoenixcoffee.com 15108 Detroit Avenue (216) 226-4401|
|Sep 18, 2008 Thursday||8:30 PM||Googies Lounge||New York, NY, US|
|Above the Living Room http://www.livingroomny.com/googies.html|
|Sep 13, 2008 Saturday||8:00 PM||CD RELEASE @ Your Inner Vagabond||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|4130 Butler Ave. in Lawrenceville www.yourinnervagabond.com Machete opens. $7 cover|
|Sep 11, 2008 Thursday||12:00 PM||WRCT 88.3FM||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Barrio Latino performance and interview|
|Sep 6, 2008 Saturday||TBA||Schenley Plaza||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Sep 5, 2008 Friday||7:30 PM||Affogato's||Avalon, PA, US|
|Emily Pinkerton and Patrick Burke|
|Aug 5, 2008 Tuesday||8:00 PM||Your Inner Vagabond||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Opening set for fiddler/poet Ken Waldman. (It's also my birthday!)|
|Jun 13, 2008 Friday||6:30 PM||Café Bellas Artes||Cleveland, OH, US|
|Original and Traditional Latin American Song, Emily Pinkerton and Marcia Moreno Cleveland Museum of Art, Gallery 101 11150 East Blvd. (University Circle)|
|Jun 10, 2008 Tuesday||8:30 PM||Bloomfield Bridge Tavern||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Feature Set at Open Mic Night|
|May 30, 2008 Friday||8:00 PM||Your Inner Vagabond||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|"Building New Hope" Art Opening and Globalista Jam Premier|
|May 30, 2008 Friday||8:00 PM||Your Inner Vagabond||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|"Building New Hope" Art Opening and Globalista Jam Premier www.yourinnervagabond.com|
|May 17, 2008 Saturday||5:30 PM||International Folk Festival||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Copihue Chile Performance|
|May 10, 2008 Saturday||8:00 PM||First Unitarian Church of Shadyside||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Emily Pinkerton Trio|
|May 10, 2008 Saturday||8:00 PM||First Unitarian Church of Shadyside||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Emily Pinkerton Trio|
|Apr 28, 2008 Monday||7:00 PM||Club Café||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Acousticafe Feature Set, http://www.clubcafelive.com|
|Apr 17, 2008 Thursday||8:00 PM||Te Cafe||Squirrel Hill, PA, US|
|Obama Fundraiser Concert|
|Apr 5, 2008 Saturday||5:00 PM||Altar Bar||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Benefit Memorial Concert for Harold Gallardo|
|Mar 30, 2008 Sunday||7:00 PM||Your Inner Vagabond||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Featured Arist at CD Release: Cristian Amigo|
|Feb 9, 2008 Saturday||7:00 PM||Shadyside First Unitarian Church||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Dec 8, 2007 Saturday||7:30 PM||Carnegie Lecture Hall||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Concert with Alejandro Escovedo. Opening Set|
|Sep 27, 2007 Thursday||7:30 PM||House Concert||Regent Square, PA, US|
|Performance with Trent Wagler and Steel Wheel|
|Sep 24, 2007 Monday||6:00 PM||Carnegie Mellon University||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Traditional Latin American and original songs for Hispanic Heritage month celebration.|
|Sep 15, 2007 Saturday||6:00 PM||Frick Fine Arts Auditorium||Oakland, PA, US|
|Concert of Chilean Music featuring Emily Pinkerton, Cristian Amigo and Copihue Chile|
|Jul 8, 2007 Sunday||6:00 PM||Altar Club||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Mujeres de Sudamerica Marcia Moreno and Emily Pinkerton perform songs of South America on guitar, charango and guitarron|
|Jun 14, 2007 Thursday||7:00 PM||Club Cafe||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|Nov 24, 2006 Friday||7:30 PM||Affogato||Bellevue, PA, US|
|Emily Pinkerton performs as part of EMP: Old-Time, Carter Family, and original tunes on fiddle, banjo and guitar|
|Apr 22, 2006 Saturday||8:00 PM||The Front Porch||Valparaiso, IN, US|
|Apr 14, 2006 Friday||8:00 PM||Aldo Coffee Co.||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|www.aldocoffee.com 675 Washington Rd. Mt. Lebanon 412-563-1228|
|Mar 29, 2006 Wednesday||8:30 PM||Pittsburgh Deli Company||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|www.pghdeli.com 728 Copeland St. Shadyside|
|Mar 17, 2006 Friday||8:00 PM||Garfield Artworks||Pittsburgh, PA, US|
|www.garfieldartworks.com 4931 Penn Ave. 412-361-2262|
|Feb 24, 2006 Friday||7:30 PM||Affogato's||Bellevue, PA, US|
|Jan 21, 2006 Saturday||9:00 PM||The Quiet Storm||Pittsburgh, PA, US|