Whenever you’re near me I hear a symphony

What: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra “Blogfest Bonus” Concert — Shostakovich’s Centennial (“heroic, patriotic and blazing”)
Where: Heinz Hall, 600 Penn Ave.
When: October 8 — THIS SUNDAY — at 2:30 PM
How Much: FREE for up to 30 Pittsburgh Bloggers!!

The catch: Only bloggers listed with Pittsburgh Bloggers are eligible for complimentary tickets. Additional tickets are $19 per person and up.

To get your tickets, e-mail blogmanagers (AT) pittsburghsymphony [dot] org and insert the word BlogFest in the subject. Please provide your name, zipcode, and blog name as listed on PghBloggers.org.

In addition to the FREE entry, blogger delights include a pre-concert hosted by music writer and former Wall Street journalist Greg Sandow, a backstage tour before the concert, and a post concert blogging party, making the most of the available WiFi access and enjoying the company of the Symphony bloggers and other fine fellows.

There’s a limit of 30 tickets to be given out. Tickets are first come, first serve. The deadline for registering is Friday (TODAY!!) at 2 P.M.

Special thanks to Jonathan Mayes and the Pittsburgh Symphony for hosting this event.

Official details on the concert are available at the Pittsburgh Symphony website. Enjoy this article in the Post-Gazette previewing the concert.

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