The musicians and management of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra are getting back to the table.
The sold out concert will be held at the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild on the North Side on Saturday.
Lots of spooky fun on the calendar for the weekend before Halloween.
What distinguishes Pittsburgh’s nasty battle between the symphony and its striking musicians is how quickly it got to this stage.
Claudia Rosenthal, a Pittsburgh Opera resident artist, stepped in at the last minute to sing not one but two roles in “La traviata.”
The performer’s promoter says there was no other venue available for the concert. Refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Show will include a performance by the Steep Canyon Rangers.
The concert venue’s naming rights change after Cleveland-based KeyBank’s acquisition of First Niagara Bank.
New Jersey rocker will play a show for the Democratic presidential candidate here Oct. 27.
Students from eligible counties in Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland may upload videos for the competition by Dec. 5.