Why See Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra - Beethoven's Eroica?
Featuring a world premiere performance
A charming triple program awaits you at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra this October, with a celebratory tribute to its artistic director, Manfred Honeck, set to wave in his 10th year with the company. Sir James MacMillan kicks off proceedings with a world premiere commission to celebrate Honek's tenure, followed by German composer Robert Schumann's enigmatic Cello Concerto, played by guest cellist Alisa Weilerstein. The program is rounded off with Beethoven's Eroica, more commonly known as his Third Symphony. This third work marks the transition point between the Classical and Romantic eras.
Opening night: 27 October 2017
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