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Dining in the Cultural District

With more than 50 restaurants in walking distance to theaters, the Cultural District offers a wide variety of dining options to satisfy your personal tastes and budget. Enjoying a relaxing meal before a show or capping off the evening with cocktails and dessert add to a pleasurable experience in the Cultural District.

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The Perfect Gift

A Pittsburgh Cultural District-wide gift card can be used to purchase tickets for Pittsburgh Cultural Trust events as well as any event taking place in the Cultural District. With so many exciting shows, concerts, and exhibitions, there is truly something for everyone!

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Get to the Show!

The Cultural District is accessible by public transportation, including Port Authority buses, "T" light-rail service and Pittsburgh's famous inclines. Driving to the show? There is also ample parking in and around the District -- for real-time garage parking information, try ParkPGH.

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COVID-19 Updates

MAY 13, 2020

To our beloved community,

Today we announce, that due to continued restrictions on public gatherings, evolving guidance from federal, state and local government and public health officials, and to protect our audiences, musicians, employees and community from the spread of COVID-19, we are cancelling the remainder of our announced concerts for the 2019/2020 season. We are also announcing that the European tour scheduled to begin in late August will not take place, due to health and safety concerns that have arisen from the global pandemic.

It is painful to take this action, but we know it is in the best interest of the health and safety of the community, and that must always be our top priority. The European Festivals Tour was meant to kick off the orchestra’s 125th Anniversary season, and we were so honored to be invited to some of the most prestigious stages in Europe and to represent our amazing city. We look forward to finding other opportunities in future seasons to go back to these wonderful festivals and are grateful for the relationships with our presenters in Europe.

Summer is around the corner and we are looking at alternative plans to bring music to our community in new and unique ways during the "yellow" phase of Allegheny County’s opening, whether that be our outdoor performances, digital offerings, or small gatherings with ensembles from the orchestra. Plans will be evolving in future weeks and we look forward to continuing to bring music to our wonderful community. The Pittsburgh Symphony wishes everyone to stay healthy and be safe.

Warmest best wishes,

Melia Tourangeau
President & CEO

Affected concerts that were communicated previously:

Cancelled Concerts:

Postponed Concerts:

New changes to remaining 2019-2020 season concerts:

The following concerts are canceled and will not be re-scheduled:

The following concerts are canceled and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is looking to reschedule each on a future season:

Ticket Options

This cancellation will have a significant financial impact on the Orchestra. We are grateful for the deep generosity of our community and ask that, whenever possible, that you consider donating your tickets for a tax refund. As a nonprofit arts organization, the Pittsburgh Symphony relies on the audience we serve. By donating your tickets in lieu of a refund, you are providing vital support for the music and musicians that inspire and connect our community. Now more than ever, please consider donating your tickets back to the Pittsburgh Symphony and receive a donation receipt.

As a Subscriber you can contact your Patron Services Representative (PSR) directly.  We offer you the following options: 

As an individual concert ticket holder you can reach us by emailing  We offer the following options: 


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