By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With more people vaccinated and COVID-19 cases dropping, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will be coming back to Heinz Hall with audiences and a full orchestra.

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This upcoming season will also be the 50th anniversary of Heinz Hall as the home of the PSO.

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And they’ve scheduled 50 classic concerts along with 26 in the pops series.

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The season starts on September 24, more than 18 months after Heinz Hall shut down for the start of the pandemic.