PITTSBURGH – The enchanting Irish music sensation Celtic Woman will perform beloved Christmas songs in a special concert with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) this year.
“Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration with the PSO” will be held at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 11 at Heinz Hall.
Tickets, ranging from $35 to $100, are currently only available for PSO patrons who renew or purchase new 2011-2012 subscriptions. An on-sale date for the general public will be announced later. To subscribe, please call 412.392.4900 or visit the PSO online at www.pittsburghsymphony.org.
Pittsburgh is only one of 13 cities Celtic Woman will be touring in the United States as part of its first-ever concerts with a full symphony orchestra. The concert will showcase the group’s dynamic voices in a reverent, yet dazzling, live music experience accompanied by the PSO.
Celtic Woman’s hit PBS-TV special and companion multi-platinum-selling CD and DVD, A Christmas Celebration, continue to be holiday favorites.
Since Celtic Woman’s debut in March 2005, this unique all-female ensemble can claim more than 6 million CDs/DVDs sold worldwide, two Top 10 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200, 3 Gold and Platinum albums, 4 Top-Five releases on the Billboard Top Video chart and more 1.5 million concert tickets sold.