Tag: Don Juan

Concert Blog: A New Romance: Gustavo Dudamel & the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Concert Blog: A New Romance: Gustavo Dudamel & the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

On the evening of Friday, April 7 at Heinz Hall, Gustavo Dudamel, perhaps the most recognizable conductor in the world, made his debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in lieu of Christoph von Dohnanyi, who canceled his scheduled appearance after suffering an injury. I think […]

Concert Blog: The Magic of Gustavo Dudamel with the Pittsburgh Symphony

Concert Blog: The Magic of Gustavo Dudamel with the Pittsburgh Symphony

It’s Thursday and it’s raining. Raining, never-ending raindrops pounding the pavement and my umbrella. Inside it’s dull. So I go back to walk in the rain. At least the birds seem to appreciate the season with their songs, they are prepping for spring and summer […]

Pianist Rudolph Buchbinder Cancels Performance with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Due to Illness

Pianist Rudolph Buchbinder Cancels Performance with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Due to Illness

PITTSBURGH—Due to acute bronchitis, Austrian pianist Rudolph Buchbinder has canceled his scheduled appearance with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for the final subscription concert of the 2013-2014 season on June 13-15. The weekend is a celebration of Richard Strauss’ 150th birthday. Buchbinder’s performance of Burleske in D […]


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