The longtime Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Robert Spano, comes to Heinz Hall to conduct Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and the Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique. Plus Pittsburgh Symphony Principal Tuba Craig Knox plays the Jennifer Higdon Tuba Concerto.
In celebration of Pittsburgh’s Pride Week, NAT 28 presents: A Polyphony of Pride, a concert of works by LGBTQ composers. Zoe Sorrell, Daniel Nesta Curtis, and Corrie Stallings discuss the upcoming event.
Teddy Abrams, the Music Director of the Louisville Orchestra, talks about the orchestra's new CD "All In" which recently hit #1 in the Classical Billboard Charts.
Jonathan Eaton artistic and general director of Pittsburgh Festival Opera fills us in on the plans for the 2018 season
Augustine Hadelich returns to Heinz Hall with the Dvorak Violin Concerto. He fills us in on what it’s like to be the Musical America Musician of the Year 2018, explains why he loves the Dvorak, says he loves the music of Thomas Ades, and suggests what a perfect day at Chautauqua, New York might be like as he made his American debut there and has returned eight times.
The Music Director of the Cabrillo Festival, Romanian born Cristian Macelaru, makes his debut with his fellow countryman Georges Enesco and the First Romanian Rhapsody, the Dvorak Violin Concerto with Augustine Hadelich, and the Copland Symphony No. 3. Maestro Macelaru talks about all three favorites and his youth in communist Romania.