Tugboat horns and train whistles usually make the muzak of our daily lives. But you'll be humming a new song after experiencing "Debussy & Ravel's Bolero," a performance highlighting two of France's most prolific composers, with today's deal from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra: Pay $25 for a seat in the yellow section of the main orchestra floor of Heinz Hall to a show at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 4 or Saturday, May 5 (a $50 value). Or pay $29 for a seat in the green section of the main floor on the same evenings (a $58 value). Each ticket includes a pre-concert food tasting, $1 wine tastings, a lecture, a film screening, and a post-concert performance by Pittsburgh jazz legends Dave and Maureen Budway. During the concert, experience playing that Gramophone magazine said shows "astonishing strength, poetry, and, for one so young, musical maturity," courtesy of French pianist Lise de la Salle as she makes her PSO debut. With this deal you can soak up sounds from the City of Lights all from within one of the grandest concert halls in the country.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON March 30, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 5, 2012
back by popular demand:
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Ticket to Pittsburgh Symphony with a Seat in the Yellow ($25) or Green ($29) Section of the Main Floor
- from $25