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Beethoven: Carnegie Science Center

Apr 26, 2022 - Apr 26, 2022 | 7:30 pm - 12:00 am
Virtual Event by PSO

Innovation is at the heart of this collaboration. Recognized as a national leader in promoting literacy in science, technology, engineering, the Carnegie Science Center, on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, is a perfect setting to kick off the Symphony cycle and provides a natural pairing for Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, a symphonic firework that charts new territory never before seen. The concert will take place in PointView Hall, with spectacular views of the Pittsburgh skyline. At the event, the Carnegie Science Center will provide of demonstration of Ruben’s Tube, which shows the relationship between sound waves and sound pressure. “Carnegie Science Center is delighted to kick off the Beethoven Symphony week with Manfred Honeck and the orchestra, celebrating the music of one of the most innovative disrupters in music history,” said Jason Brown, Henry Buhl, Jr., Director of Carnegie Science Center. “Beethoven’s bravery and confidence in trying new ideas remain an inspiration today for young people in science or any other field.”

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