2020-2021 Front Row Season

Enjoy our new Front Row season of live-streamed concerts performed by the WSO, conducted by Daniel Meyer. Every seat is the front-row center—from the comfort of your home.

How does it work? The WSO performs on the Palace Stage and the concert is live-streamed to your laptop, tablet or computer. An email link is sent to you – all you have to do is click and enjoy the show. Visit our FAQ and Technology Page for more information.

Ways to buy: Purchase a single live stream concert ($35 per household) or select a 3 Concert Package with these perks. 

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Upcoming Performances

 

February 13, 2021

Classical Heart

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Livestream Concert – Presented Digitally

Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director & Conductor

Rossini: String Sonata No. 3 
Boccherini: Cello Concerto No. 2 in D Major
  Mark Kosower, cello 
Tchaikovsky:  Andante Cantabile in B major for Cello and Strings
  Mark Kosower, cello 
Vaughan Williams:  Charterhouse Suite 

 

March 20, 2021

Mozart & Copland

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Livestream Concert – Presented Digitally

Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director & Conductor

Mozart: Clarinet Concerto

Respighi: The Birds 

Copland: Music for Movies

 

May 1, 2021

Maxim Returns

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Livestream Concert – Presented Digitally

Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director & Conductor

Chopin Piano Concerto No. 1

  Maxim Lando, piano

Haydn: Symphony No. 44 in E minor

Past Performances

 

October 24, 2020

Back to Bach - Opening Night

Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director & Conductor

CPE Bach: Flute Concerto
  Lorna McGhee, flute

Walker: Lyric for Strings

Grieg: Holberg Suite

The WSO is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Carnegie Museum of Art.  As the WSO musicians perform George Walker’s “Lyric for Strings” selected photos by Charles “Teenie” Harris will be paired with the music and projected on the stage. This program is the next in a series of celebrating people of color and female composers. We are deeply grateful to the CMOA for allowing us to showcase these incredible historical photos of African American life in Pittsburgh. Charles “Teenie” Harris (1908–1998) was the photographer for the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation’s prominent black newspapers photographing Pittsburgh’s historic African American community from 1935 to 1975.

 

December 19, 2020

Home for the Holidays

Presented Digitally
Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director & Conductor

Enjoy the magic and joy of the merriest concert of the year from your own home! Hear all your favorites performed by your WSO musicians including The First Noel, Deck the Halls, Joy to the World, Sleigh Ride, Silent Night, Christmas Time is Here, and more.

Front Row Livestream Season

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Valentine’s Day Weekend Concert!

Westmoreland Symphony presents Classical Heart, a Livestream concert featuring Mark Kosower Greensburg, PA – The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra presents Classical Heart as part of its Front Row Season on February 13, 2021, at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The digital concert will be live-streamed. The concert features Cleveland Orchestra’s principal cello Mark Kosower performing Boccherini’s Cello… Read More

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Celebrate the Season with Home for the Holidays

The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra presents Home for the Holidays on Saturday, December 19, 2020 beginning at 7:30 p.m. The WSO will perform holiday classics including Joy to the World, The First Noel, Deck the Halls and popular tunes including Christmas Time is Here from the 1965 program “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” and Mel Torme’s The Christmas Song, as well as Anderson’s… Read More

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Opening Night Concert to feature photos from the Carnegie Museum of Art

The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra presents Back to Bach on October 24, 2020 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The digital concert will be live streamed. The WSO is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Carnegie Museum of Art for a very special performance on Opening Night. As the WSO musicians perform George Walker’s “Lyric… Read More

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