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Itzhak Perlman - Nov 28, 2018

Itzhak Perlman talks about the Pittsburgh Symphony Tree of Life concert for Unity and Peace at Heinz Hall on November 27, 2018, one month after the deaths at the Synagogue in Pittsburgh. He talks with Jim Cunningham about the music he recorded for the film Schindler’s list, working with John Williams, the Pittsburgh Symphony, his PBS American Masters special, and finding peace in out time.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2018-2019 Season - Program 04 - Part 1 - Nov 28, 2018

 It’s a birthday party as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs “Resurrexit” by Mason Bates – commissioned by the orchestra as a 60th birthday present for Music Director Manfred Honeck.  Pinchas Zukerman returns to Heinz Hall to play the Bruch Violin Concerto.  And Manfred Honeck conducts the Brahms Symphony No. 2. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2018-2019 Season - Program 04 - Part 2 - Nov 28, 2018

It’s a birthday party as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs “Resurrexit” by Mason Bates – commissioned by the orchestra as a 60th birthday present for Music Director Manfred Honeck.  Pinchas Zukerman returns to Heinz Hall to play the Bruch Violin Concerto.  And Manfred Honeck conducts the Brahms Symphony No. 2. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2018-2019 Season - Program 05 - Part 1 - Nov 28, 2018

Jan Lisiecki makes his Heinz Hall debut to continue the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Beethoven Piano Concerto cycle with the 1st concerto.  Bernard Labadie conducts Haydn’s Symphony No. 98 and the Henri Joseph Rigel Symphonie No. 4. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2018-2019 Season - Program 05 - Part 2 - Nov 28, 2018

Jan Lisiecki makes his Heinz Hall debut to continue the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Beethoven Piano Concerto cycle with the 1st concerto.  Bernard Labadie conducts Haydn’s Symphony No. 98 and the Henri Joseph Rigel Symphonie No. 4. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2018-2019 Season - Program 06 - Part 1 - Nov 28, 2018

Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 and “Silent Spring” by Steven Stucky.  James Ehnes plays the audience favorite by Tchaikovsky – his violin concerto. 

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