Welcome to the Pittsburgh Philharmonic’s 2015–2016 Season!

The Phil is excited to kick off its 40th Anniversary season featuring a repertoire of “the best of the best!” It has something for everyone, and we know you will enjoy it!

December Program: Holiday Pops!

Come celebrate the holiday season!

What better way to celebrate the upcoming season than by listening to your favorite holiday works performed live by the Pittsburgh Philharmonic, with pieces ranging from selections from Rimsky-Korsakov’s Christmas Eve Suite to a new fantasy on What Child is This by local composer Mark Fromm, with a host of your other holiday favorites.

Plus, the Phil is excited to announce it has again partnered with Toys for Tots, so you can our performance AND help those in need this season! Look for details soon.

Join us on December 11 and 12 and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year!

Pittsburgh Philharmonic Featured in the Trib

Highlights New Home at Mt. Alvernia

Our upcoming Music In Motion concerts and new home in Mt. Alvernia for our 40th Season received a nice write up in the Trib!

Join the Pittsburgh Philharmonic!

We have several openings. Schedule your audition today!

The Pittsburgh Philharmonic currently has openings for Principal Oboe, Percussion, and Basses. We are also looking for woodwind and brass players to serve as subs as needed.

Additional information is available on the Auditions page, and you can find a list of our audition materials for all instruments by clicking here.

HOLIDAY POPS: December 11 and 12, 2015

December 11 Venue:

Succop Theater
Butler County Community College
107 College Drive
Butler, PA 16002
Time: 8:00 PM

December 12 Venue:

Scotus Hall
Mount Alvernia High School
146 Hawthorne Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15209
Time: 7:00 PM


2015–2016 Performance Dates

Pittsburgh Philharmonic's 40th Anniversary Season

Join us as we celebrate forty years of providing music and education for the greater Pittsburgh region!

2015–2016 Performance Dates

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