PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – This fall, you can listen to all of Beethoven’s string quartets for free at local libraries.

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra announced “Beethoven In Your Neighborhood” on Tuesday.

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Teaming up with the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the Allegheny County Library Association, all 16 of Beethoven’s string quartets will be preformed in more than 20 libraries.

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The performance is to celebrate the fact that 250 years ago, Beethoven was born.

A news release says the concerts are expected to take place between September and November at six county libraries and 17 Carnegie libraries.

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Here are the full list of participating libraries:

  • CLP – Allegheny
  • CLP – Beechview
  • CLP – Brookline
  • CLP – Carrick
  • CLP – East Liberty
  • CLP – Hazelwood
  • CLP – Hill District
  • CLP – Homewood
  • CLP – Knoxville
  • CLP – Lawrenceville
  • CLP – Main (Oakland)
  • CLP – Mt. Washington
  • CLP – Sheraden
  • CLP – South Side
  • CLP – Squirrel Hill
  • CLP – West End
  • CLP – Woods Run
  • Andrew Carnegie Free
  • Braddock Carnegie Library
  • Carnegie Free Library of Swissvale
  • Carnegie Library of Homestead
  • Carnegie Library of McKeesport
  • Oakmont Carnegie Library