Tag: Juraj Valcuha

Concert Blog: Singularly Intimate Ardor Flirtingly Revealed

Concert Blog: Singularly Intimate Ardor Flirtingly Revealed

I start at the end of Friday’s concert with the composition freshest on my mind, the Carmen melodies I’m humming outside the concert hall, and all the way home. With the Bizet Carmen Suite we see and hear the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at their very […]

Concert Blog: Love, Romance and Music

Concert Blog: Love, Romance and Music

A snowy Friday night in February was warmed by Pittsburgh Symphony’s concert of classics. Friday night’s program was led by Juraj Valčuha and featured Joshua Roman, in his debut performance, as the soloist. To kick off Valentine’s Day weekend, the Symphony performed some romantic works that […]

Spend Valentine’s Day with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s BNY Mellon Grand Classics Series

Spend Valentine’s Day with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s BNY Mellon Grand Classics Series

Give your loved one the gift of music at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s BNY Mellon Grand Classics Valentine’s Day weekend concert, “Romeo and Juliet and Carmen,” on February 12 and 14 at Heinz Hall. In honor of the holiday weekend, the Pittsburgh Symphony performs a […]

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Violinist Nicola Benedetti Back to BNY Mellon Grand Classics

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Violinist Nicola Benedetti Back to BNY Mellon Grand Classics

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will feature renowned violinist Nicola Benedetti in “Isle of the Dead,” a BNY Mellon Grand Classics subscription weekend on October 31–November 2. Benedetti is one of the most sought after violinists of her generation, with an array of performances […]

Guest Conductor Juraj Valčuha Highlights Romantic-Era Favorites During BNY Mellon Grand Classics Concert

Guest Conductor Juraj Valčuha Highlights Romantic-Era Favorites During BNY Mellon Grand Classics Concert

PITTSBURGH—Guest conductor Juraj Valčuha returns to BNY Mellon Grand Classics to lead the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and violinist Stefan Jackiw in a program of romantic-era favorites — as well as a premiere of a new work — on April 4 and 6 at Heinz Hall. […]


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