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We had the great fortune of attending the Highmark Holiday Pops concert on opening night and it was a truly magical experience for us all. Our three kids, aged 5-15, each had a great time. From the atmosphere to the obvious world class and Grammy...More
Heinz Hall is the perfect place to hear a symphony orchestra, either the famous Pittsburgh Symphony or the Pittsburgh youth symphony, full of future stars. The acoustics are excellent, and the huge hall is quite impressively decorated, creating a perfect atmosphere for enjoying classical music.
There are no bad seats here, but the person behind me had to have kicked my chair 42 times in the first half hour of the show. The venue is beautiful, and there is lots of parking and many restaurants in the vicinity for a...More
I recently attended a concert there with a friend. I don't think there is a bad seat. We had seats along the side of the grand teir which provided a good view of the stage. If you select seats along the side of the grand...More
Heinz Hall is a great choice to attend a concert in downtown Pittsburgh. I saw Franki Valli recently there. Very close to the stage excellent sounds vibrates through orchestra hall. Frankie Valli unbelievable and amazing two hour show of Four Seasons Classic songs rewind.
An architectural gem designed for a civilized evening - seating is comfortable and even the back rows have an excellent view of the stage, with great acoustics. Outdoor garden for the intermission as well as several bars made for a very pleasant evening. And of...More
I returned to Heinz Hall to see the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. It was a special performance for their conductor, Manfred Honeck’s 60th birthday.
Pinchas Zucherman was the featured violin soloist. There was the world premier of a commissioned piece by Mason Bates that was delightful....More