Pitt Symphony will play in-person concert on Oct. 6

University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will return to in-person performances in October, but because of COVID-19 restrictions only Pitt students, faculty and staff can attend.

Attendance at the in-person concert at 8 p.m. Oct. 6 in Bellefield Hall is free, but registration is required through the University Calendar, and seating is limited. Streaming will available for the general public.

Conducted by Roger Zahab and Cullyn Murphy, the University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will present a concert of music for string orchestra and smaller wind/brass ensembles featuring:

Nicholas Grieneisen’s Flock (premiere) 

Edvard Grieg’s Holberg Suite, op. 40 (complete)

Béla Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances

Music from Harry Potter arranged by Andrew Levin

Other upcoming performance from the Department of Music in Bellefield Hall also will be open only to Pitt faculty, staff and students, who must register in advance:

7:30 p.m. Oct. 23: Music on the Edge Presents Devon Osamu Tipp: New Music for Shakuhachi and Electroacoustic Sound

8 p.m. Nov. 13: Music on the Edge Presents Pianist Jeanne Golan: It Takes One to Tango