Heinz Hall

Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts, dedicated in 1971 and renovated in 1995, is the cornerstone of the Cultural District of Pittsburgh. This cultural-entertainment focal point of the Golden Triangle has helped spur the continuing economic and cultural revitalization of downtown Pittsburgh. With its international reputation for grandeur and excellence as a concert hall and showplace, the 2,661-seat Heinz Hall is home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Heinz Hall Seating Chart

Download a detailed seating chart (1.43MB, Requires Adobe Acrobat)


Upcoming Events at Heinz Hall

Brahms’ Requiem
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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Barber & Bartok
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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Sound Fusion
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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

For a full list of upcoming events at Heinz Hall, visit our calendar page



Heinz Hall History

For a detailed history of Heinz Hall, please visit the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's History of Heinz Hall page.

Directions to Heinz Hall

Public Transportation: Port Authority Buses, "T" Services and Inclines

For schedules, rates and general information about these services, visit Port Authority's Downtown Service Center at 534 Smithfield Street or call 412.442.2000, or visit http://www.portauthority.org. Please note that the Port Authority buses are free for travel within the downtown zone until 7 PM; the "T" is always free downtown.

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