On October 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Pittsburgh’s Heinz Hall will be among the buildings that are part of a citywide event called Doors Open Pittsburgh. The free two-day event on October 1-2 allows visitors access to historic buildings, theaters, private clubs, sacred places, hotels, sports venues, artist studios, and city government buildings. At Heinz Hall, owned and operated by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, visitors can try out an instrument, bring their own instrument, or sing on the auditorium’s stage. Doors Open Pittsburgh is part of #PGH200, a yearlong celebration of Pittsburgh’s 200 years as a city. Other participating arts venues include the Benedum Center for the Arts, the August Wilson Center, and Byham Theater. No advance reservations or tickets are required. More information at doorsopenpgh.org.
Posted September 27, 2016