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Symphony's Berlin performance available on Internet

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Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

When Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra open Musikfest Berlin on Aug. 31 their audience won't be limited to people in the famous Philharmonie concert hall. The concert will be webcast live at 2 p.m. EST on pittsburghsymphony.org/berlin2013 or arteliveweb.com.

The program is Leos Janacek's Suite for Strings, Witold Lutoslawski's Chain II with violin soloist Anne Sophie Mutter and Richard Strauss' “Ein Heldenleben.”

The entire concert will be online for three weeks. The orchestra selections will stay online for six months on the two websites and on publicradio.org.

The Berlin concert is the third in the symphony's current European Festivals tour.

— Mark Kanny

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