2015 marks Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday, and the music of Ol' Blue Eyes kicks off our 2015-2016 season. Singer, songwriter and pianist Tony DeSare (who’s been described as “two parts Frank Sinatra and one part Billy Joel”) gives the classic hits a modern flair with the musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Like the olive in a martini, the music of Pittsburgh great Henry Mancini, Dean Martin and other favorites are the perfect complement to Frank Sinatra. Bring your Rat Pack to this swingin’ night featuring hits like “Night and Day,” “Moon River,” “My Way” and more!
A Pops Talk will occur on stage following the concert on Friday, October 2, led by Maestro Tyzik with DeSare and Benack as guests. The Pops Talk is free to ticketholders.