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Sunnyhill Live! presents Reni Monteverde: A Celebratory Concert!

Friday, April 26th 7:30pm

Reni Monteverde (Sunnyhill’s own Collaborative Pianist!) is graduating this Spring from the University of Pittsburgh with a PhD in Jazz Studies and is celebrating with a concert! The focus of her research has been the music of Erroll Garner (1921-1977), a Pittsburgh-born and internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, composer, and recording artist. Her concert will include performances inspired by Garner’s illustrious career and discussion relating to her doctoral dissertation entitled “Absence, Communion, Anarchy: Temporal Experience and the Objects of Pittsburgh’s Erroll Garner.”

Joining Reni on-stage are José “Layo” Puentes on bass, Juan “Tiny” Colon on vocals/horn/percussion, and Noel Quintana on congas/percussion, all of whom have become a core part of her musical family in Pittsburgh. Come on out and join the celebration!

Tickets HERE!

$15 Adult/ $10 Student (plus $1 transaction fee) online presale;

$20 Adult/ $15 Student at the door (credit card processing fees apply).

Please email Mary Pratt (musicdirector@sunnyhill.org) if you’d like to be added to the Sunnyhill Live! email list; you’ll be the first to be notified of upcoming events and ticket availability!

About Sunnyhill Live!

Sunnyhill Live! is our arts series that features the best in live music, film and theater in a casual, comfortable, and intimate setting.

Mission Statement
The goal of Sunnyhill Live! is the enhancement of congregational life at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Hills through the presentation of diverse, high-quality cultural arts performances.


  • To encourage fellowship for church members and community by providing a non-smoking, family-friendly cultural arts environment;
  • To enhance the visibility and presence of the church in the community;
  • To create a financially successful operation whose proceeds will be used to support the mission of the church.