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Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2017-2018 Season - Program 19 - Part 1 - Mar 7, 2018

Spaniard Juanjo Mena returns to Heinz Hall to conduct a French program with the Pittsburgh Symphony.  Debussy’s “Pritemps” and Ravel’s “Noble and Sentimental Waltzes.”  Plus, Principal Flute Lorna McGhee with the Ibert Flute Concerto.  And you’ll hear Stravinsky’s “The Firebird,” written for Paris. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2017-2018 Season - Program 19 - Part 2 - Mar 7, 2018

Spaniard Juanjo Mena returns to Heinz Hall to conduct a French program with the Pittsburgh Symphony.  Debussy’s “Pritemps” and Ravel’s “Noble and Sentimental Waltzes.”  Plus, Principal Flute Lorna McGhee with the Ibert Flute Concerto.  And you’ll hear Stravinsky’s “The Firebird,” written for Paris. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2017-2018 Season - Program 20 - Part 1 - Mar 7, 2018

Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 2 – Resurrection.  Plus the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh sings Miserere by Sir James MacMillan. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2017-2018 Season - Program 20 - Part 2 - Mar 7, 2018

Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 2 – Resurrection.  Plus the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh sings Miserere by Sir James MacMillan. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2017-2018 Season - Program 21 - Part 1 - Mar 7, 2018

It’s a concert of firsts from Pittsburgh Symphony Radio.  Venezuelan Rafael Payare conducts music from his home country - Margaritena by Inocente Carreno, along with Mahler’s Symphony No. 1.   And Gilmore Artist Award winner Kirill Gerstein plays the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2017-2018 Season - Program 21 - Part 2 - Mar 7, 2018

It’s a concert of firsts from Pittsburgh Symphony Radio.  Venezuelan Rafael Payare conducts music from his home country - Margaritena by Inocente Carreno, along with Mahler’s Symphony No. 1.   And Gilmore Artist Award winner Kirill Gerstein plays the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2. 

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