Here are the top five ways to get your classical music fix in the city.
They remain one of the top-selling American rock bands of all time.
Take a trip to the Cultural District in downtown Pittsburgh this Valentine’s Day weekend for comedy, romance, beer tasting and music.
For nearly two decades, Marvin Hamlisch conducted the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops and now the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will hold a tribute called “One Singular Sensation.”
If you’ve already crossed shopping for presents, selecting your Christmas tree and baking holiday goodies off your winter to-do list, you may think there’s little left to do to help get you in the mood for the upcoming holiday season, but this time of year, Pittsburgh is bustling with a variety of holiday activities and events. A city rich in music and performance arts, Pittsburgh often draws some of the best winter concerts and tours to iconic downtown venues, like the Benedum Center and Heinz Hall, and this season is no exception. From Christmas rock operas to the purest vocal performances of local a capella groups, there’s a holiday concert to match every musical taste. Ring in the holiday season with these acclaimed holiday concerts.
For the past 11 years, Robert Morris University along with many other sponsors have entertained the city with their Speaker Series.
The classic movie “Flashdance” starred Jennifer Beals as a dancing steel worker. The film was shot on Pittsburgh’s South Side, 30 years ago. On Jan. 1, Heinz Hall will host the Broadway premiere of “Flashdance – The Musical.”
Pittsburgh runs amuck with great performances for adults, kids and families each holiday season. When the weather starts to get cold and everyone needs indoor entertainment, this city is the place to be for all things theater. Take a break from sled riding, holiday shopping and office parties to see the best shows this holiday season.
Steeler Style weekend kicks off tonight with a fashion show.
One person was injured when gunfire broke out in Downtown Pittsburgh overnight following a reported altercation at a nearby bar.
Famed composer Marvin Hamlisch, who died Monday in Los Angeles, made a lot of friends in his 18 years as Principal Pops Conductor with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Principal Pops Conductor Marvin Hamlisch will serve up a smorgasbord of popular tunes when he leads the Pittsburgh Symphony at Heinz Hall Sunday afternoon.
From Marvin Hamlisch to Mozart, the Pittsburgh Symphony has worked its magic under the Heinz Hall roof for 40 years. Now that roof is part of a $3.8 million renovation.
The Pittsburgh Symphony is one of the world’s most talented and prestigious orchestras. Led by Vienna native Music Director Manfred Honeck, the Pittsburgh Symphony offers an eclectic mix of pieces for each season.