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Dining in the Cultural District

With more than 50 restaurants in walking distance to theaters, the Cultural District offers a wide variety of dining options to satisfy your personal tastes and budget. Enjoying a relaxing meal before a show or capping off the evening with cocktails and dessert add to a pleasurable experience in the Cultural District.

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The Perfect Gift

A Pittsburgh Cultural District-wide gift card can be used to purchase tickets for Pittsburgh Cultural Trust events as well as any event taking place in the Cultural District. With so many exciting shows, concerts, and exhibitions, there is truly something for everyone!

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Get to the Show!

The Cultural District is accessible by public transportation, including Port Authority buses, "T" light-rail service and Pittsburgh's famous inclines. Driving to the show? There is also ample parking in and around the District -- for real-time garage parking information, try ParkPGH.

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Front Row: The PSO Virtual Experience

We return with five newly reimagined digital episodes. Each one provides music, history, background and interviews that will elevate the soul, stir emotion and connect communities in Pittsburgh and around the world.

Principal Pops Conductor Byron Stripling at Heinz Hall, October 2020
Principal Pops Conductor Byron Stripling at Heinz Hall, October 2020

Episode 3: Finding Your Song
Recorded live at Heinz Hall + Manchester Craftsmen's Guild + The Andy Warhol Museum + Hill District
October 2020
Premiere: December 4, 2020 7:30 p.m. EST
Available to view through May 4, 2021

With the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s new Principal Pops Conductor Byron Stripling as a featured artist and conductor, Finding Your Song explores the journeys of artists and how they come to find their voice, song, inspiration and connection to the world. Finding Your Song travels from Heinz Hall to the Hill District, Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, The Andy Warhol Museum, and back. The program includes the Pittsburgh Symphony premieres of works by composers Gabriela Lena Frank and Pittsburgh native Hannah Ishizaki, as well as Jorge Montilla, whose work is being played by the Pittsburgh Symphony for the first time.

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Front Row is available free to the public through the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's media player.

For Comcast Xfinity customers:

Comcast is an exclusive video partner for Front Row and Xfinity customers can access episodes On Demand on the biggest screens in their home. On standard set-top boxes, they should navigate to Get Local/Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; on the X1 platform, they should navigate to Xfinity Services/Get Local/ Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra or say "Get Local" into the X1 voice remote.


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