PSO concert to honor Hamlisch

  • January 23, 2013

Tony Award-winning performer and Broadway star Idina Menzel will lead a cast of stars who will join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Tuesday at Heinz Hall for a concert paying tribute to the late Marvin Hamlisch, PSO’s former principal pops conductor.

The concert will feature Hamlisch’s works, including such hits as “What I Did For Love,” “The Way We Were,” “They’re Playing Our Song,” “At the Ballet” and many more. Joining Menzel and the PSO on stage will be Maria Friedman, Lucie Arnaz, Robert Klein and Kevin Cole, among others. The PSO will be led by conductor J. Ernest Green.

The concert, One Singular Sensation, will be at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, call 412-392-4900 or visit Pproceeds will benefit the Marvin Hamlisch Pops Artistic Excellence Fund.


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