Add this Event to Calendar 12/04/2020 07:00 PM 12/04/2020 08:00 PM Winter Wonderland Concert With Tom Roberts (Virtual Program)

Join Tom Roberts and the Mt. Lebanon Public Library for a Winter Wonderland Holiday concert!  Mr. Roberts will perform material by Vince Guaraldi (composer of the music for the Peanuts specials), Johnny Costa (Mr. Rodgers' Neighborhood), Harry Connick Jr's Winter Wonderland, and other Holiday favorites!

The concert is free to attend, but please consider donating to either SHIM (a local non-profit providing food, clothing and services to people in need in Pittsburgh’s southern suburban neighborhoods), Hello Neighbor (a Pittsburgh-based non-profit committed to supporting recently resettled refugee families), or the Friends of the Library (The Friends create public support and assistance for expanding library programs and encourage gifts, endowments and memorials to the library).  Thank you for your support!

SHIM Donation Page
Hello Neighbor Donation Page
Friends of Mt. Lebanon Public Library Donation Page

Tom Roberts is one of the leading exponents of early jazz piano in the world today. He has performed on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson The Statler Brothers Show on TNN , and A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Kiellor.  Tom arranged and performed the music for the soundtrack of Martin Scorsese’s film The Aviator, starring Leonardo di Caprio, as well as several titles for the film DeLovely.  Originally from Pittsburgh, Tom played in all the major jazz clubs in the French Quarter and on the riverboats of New Orleans when he lived there from 1989 to 1994. Tom has performed twice at New York’s Carnegie Hall in 2003, once with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops. He was featured in 2003 in solo with Dick Hyman at the prestigious Jazz In July series at New York’s 92nd St. Y.  Tom has recorded over 40 albums and has performed throughout the United States and Europe.  He is currently working on the next Rick Sebak special for WQED.



Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library 412-531-1912