Pittsburgh Philharmonic - Heartbreak at the Symphony
March 21, 2020 at 7:30pm
Heartbreak at the Symphony will feature works on themes of love and romance including music from Richard Wagner's
opera Tristan und Isolde, Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture, and Howard
Hanson’s lyrical Symphony No. 2. Join us for a very romantic evening of wonderful
Blue Jupiter's all-vocal performance is nothing short of explosive! This world-touring
a cappella quartet returns to the Succop Theater stage to perform an energetic blend
of pop vocals, jazzy a cappella harmony and funky beatbox rhythms.
The Pittsburgh Philharmonic season closes with Hector Berlioz’s spectacular Symphonie
Fantastique, one of the most daring and complicated symphonic works ever written.
And the program will also features a concerto performance from the winner of the Pittsburgh
Philharmonic Young Soloists Competition. So end the season with a “fantastic” concert.