Based in Heinz Hall, the Pittsburgh Symphony was founded in 1895 by the affable conductor Frederic Archer, who led the
company for three years. Due to financial problems, the symphony dissolved in 1910 and was reestablished in 1926. The company
has expanded since then thanks to donations, recordings, international tours and a PBS television series, "Previn and the
Pittsburgh," and is now a top seller of theater
tickets for all performances.
One of the most prominent symphonies in the United States, the Pittsburgh Symphony gained mainstream fame during the '70s
when conductor Andre Previn introduced audiences to its music through PBS. Today the orchestra and public broadcasting station
continue to show audiences just how unique this symphony is, with tickets selling year round.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has toured Europe, performed in New York's Carnegie Hall, honored with donations from
some of the area's most prominent figures and continued to engage audiences of all ages. A favorite among Pennsylvania natives,
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