Director Woody Allen showed off his skills on the clarinet on Friday (25Mar11) when he took the stage with the New Orleans Jazz Band at the opening of the Oscar Niemeyer International Culture Center in Aviles, Spain.
The Hollywood actor, who has been fascinated by building projects since he was a child, left his partner Angelina Jolie and their young family's retreat in the south of France and flew to Aviles, Spain for a special tour of the city's new International Cultural Center.
The $45 million (£30 million) environmentally sustainable construction is scheduled for completion next summer (10), but Pitt was treated to a special tour of the building site on Sunday.
Donning a hard hat, Pitt joined Aviles' Mayor Pilar Varela to watch the early stages of Niemeyer's cultural creation come together.
And the star is keen to get more involved in the centre, which counts director Woody Allen as one of its artistic advisers.
Varela says, "He is interested in supporting the project, both from its cultural aspects as well as its architectural design."
However, the local official insists nothing has been finalised yet, adding, "It is a little early to announce anything concrete."