Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Celtic Woman Christmas Concert at Heinz Hall

For Immediate Release

July 5, 2012


Tickets go on sale Monday, July 9; concerts are Dec. 3, 4

PITTSBURGH – Following a sold-out concert last year, the enchanting Irish music sensation Celtic Woman will return by popular demand to Heinz Hall to join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for two special Christmas concerts in December.

The concerts, “Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration with the PSO,” will be at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 3, and Tuesday, Dec. 4, at Heinz Hall.

Tickets, ranging from $40 to $125, go on sale at 9 a.m., Monday, July 9. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Heinz Hall box office at 412.392.4900, or visiting www.pittsburghsymphony.org. Prices are subject to change.

The concerts will showcase the group’s dynamic voices in a reverent, yet dazzling, live music experience accompanied by the PSO.

Celtic Woman’s hit PBS-TV special and companion multi-platinum-selling CD and DVD, A Christmas Celebration, continue to be holiday favorites. Since Celtic Woman’s debut in March 2005, this unique all-female ensemble can claim more than 6 million CDs/DVDs sold worldwide, two Top 10 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200, three Gold and Platinum albums, 4 Top-Five releases on the Billboard Top Video chart, and more than 2 million concert tickets sold.

Contact: James Barthen, Vice President of Public Affairs
Phone: 412.392.4835 | email: jbarthen@pittsburghsymphony.org

Contact: Ramesh Santanam, Director of Media Relations
Phone: 412.392.4827 | email: rsantanam@pittsburghsymphony.org

Contact: Zoë Sadler, Public Affairs Associate
Phone: 412.392.4890 | email: zsadler@pittsburghsymphony.org

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