Celebrate Pittsburgh

Heinz Hall   Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra   412-392-4900
June 27, 2015

Celebrate Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Artists

Lawrence Loh, conductor
Tom Wendt, percussion
Inori Sakai, violin
Jeffrey Grubbs, bass
Joe Negri, guitar
Joe Wos, cartoonist
Katy Shackleton Williams, vocalist
Center for Theater Arts Tap Dancers

Program

Strauss: Vergnügungszug (Excursion Train), Polka, Opus 281  
Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F major, Opus 68, "Pastoral"   
Rimsky-Korsakov: "Flight of the Bumblebee" from The Tale of Tsar Saltan
Anderson: The Waltzing Cat
Rossini: "Pastorale" and "Finale" from William Tell Overture
Mendelssohn: Concerto in E minor for Violin and Orchestra, Opus 64
Mancini: The Pink Panther
Brown: Singin' in the Rain
Traditional: Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Rogers: Mister Rogers Medley
Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

About this Performance

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is very excited to present its first sensory-friendly orchestra performance! Designed especially for individuals of all ages with autism spectrum disorders, sensory sensitivities, or other disabilities, this concert will provide patrons with the opportunity to enjoy a symphony performance together with family and friends in a welcoming, inclusive, and relaxed environment. Everyone is welcome to come and appreciate the music in his or her own way at this event!

Resident Conductor Lawrence Loh will lead the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in a musical celebration of Pittsburgh's beautiful landscape and talented residents. Join them to hear a variety of classical and popular favorites, make music with the symphony by singing along to Take Me Out to the Ballgame, and conduct the orchestra during The Stars and Stripes Forever. Come early to experience fun pre-concert activities as well! Engage multiple senses by playing instruments in a sound exploratorium, dancing, and meeting musicians. Don't forget to visit the resource fair to discover some of the many local programs and services available to individuals with disabilities.

Return to this page as the performance date nears to find pre-concert materials containing additional information about the event program and logistics. Upon arrival at Heinz Hall, receive fidgets to provide tactile stimulation and headphones to block out unwanted sounds. If the pre-concert activities or performance ever become too stimulating, feel free to pay a visit to one of the specially designed quiet rooms.

Venue Details

Heinz Hall
600 Penn Ave | Pittsburgh, PA | 15222 | Directions

Accessible Services

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Celebrate Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
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Accessible Services

Braille Captioned Large Print Wheelchair Seating Sensory Friendly Assistive Listening
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Celebrate Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

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