Conductor Manfred Honeck and his Pittsburgh Symphony, “one of the country’s hottest partnerships” (New York Times), bring a robust pairing of Beethoven and Mahler to David Geffen Hall. The celebrated Austrian pianist Till Fellner, known for his “Apollonian grace” (Boston Globe), joins for Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto. Then all attention is on the orchestra—especially its blazing brass section—for Mahler’s exhilarating, luminous Fifth Symphony.

The Program

“One of the great orchestras of the world.”
NPR
“A conductor of superior musicianship who is able to bring life to the standard repertoire.”
– New York Classical Review on Manfred Honeck
“Plays Beethoven...like a poet.”
– Washington Post on Till Fellner

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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Manfred Honeck, conductor

Till Fellner, piano

Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 3:00 pm David Geffen Hall

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