Pittsburgh Symphony Radio

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio hosted by Jim Cunningham, a complete two hour concert with Music Director Manfred Honeck and guest artists heard on over 100 PRI and NPR stations across the country. Listen for interviews and features, historic recordings and the latest weekly concerts from Heinz Hall.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 21 - Part 1 - Feb 24, 2021

Donald Runnicles conducts “Euphonic Blues” by Nancy Galbraith.  Stephen Hough performs the Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1.  And enjoy orchestral highlights from “The Ring of the Nibelungen” by Wagner.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 21 - Part 2 - Feb 24, 2021

Donald Runnicles conducts “Euphonic Blues” by Nancy Galbraith.  Stephen Hough performs the Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1.  And enjoy orchestral highlights from “The Ring of the Nibelungen” by Wagner.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 20 - Part 1 - Feb 15, 2021

Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony No. 1 – and the Suite from Sleeping Beauty by Tchaikovsky.  Percussionist Colin Currie performs Veni, Veni Emmanuel by Sir James MacMillan.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 20 - Part 2 - Feb 15, 2021

Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony No. 1 – and the Suite from Sleeping Beauty by Tchaikovsky.  Percussionist Colin Currie performs Veni, Veni Emmanuel by Sir James MacMillan.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 19 - Part 1 - Feb 8, 2021

Soprano Hila Plitman returns to Heinz Hall to perform “Darkness in the Ancient Valley” by Richard Danielpour.  Christoph Konig conducts Haydn’s Symphony No. 22, “The Philospher” and “Also Sprach Zarathustra” by Richard Strauss.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 19 - Part 2 - Feb 8, 2021

Soprano Hila Plitman returns to Heinz Hall to perform “Darkness in the Ancient Valley” by Richard Danielpour.  Christoph Konig conducts Haydn’s Symphony No. 22, “The Philospher” and “Also Sprach Zarathustra” by Richard Strauss.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 18 - Part 1 - Feb 2, 2021

It’s the debut of Swiss pianist Francesco Piemontesi on this week’s Pittsburgh Symphony Radio broadcast as he plays the Dvorak Piano Concerto.  Juraj Valchua conducts Smetna’s The Moldau, Mozart’s Symphony No. 38 and Dvorak’s Carnival Overture.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2020-2021 Season - Program 18 - Part 2 - Feb 2, 2021

It’s the debut of Swiss pianist Francesco Piemontesi on this week’s Pittsburgh Symphony Radio broadcast as he plays the Dvorak Piano Concerto.  Juraj Valchua conducts Smetna’s The Moldau, Mozart’s Symphony No. 38 and Dvorak’s Carnival Overture.