Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra celebrates 125 years with the very first digital program – CBS Pittsburgh


PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The stadiums have been dark since the coronavirus pandemic began.

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Experience a powerful program on Saturday that will celebrate our 125th anniversary as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra! From Bach and Piazzolla to Pittsburgh’s own Mark Fromm, we continue to play.

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But this weekend the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is bringing the music back. The PSO will be 125 years old on Saturday and will celebrate with its first digital anniversary party.

The PSO says you can expect everything from Back to Piazzolla to Pittsburgh’s own Mark Fromm.

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