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Brahms in da Haus 

When: Wed., July 18, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: $20
pittsburghsymphony.org
Those unfamiliar with the work of German composer Johannes Brahms might recognize his "Violin Concerto in D Major" from the end of There Will Be Blood, after Daniel Day Lewis and Paul Dano go bowling. Brahms' work is bold and complex, bridging the early-Classical approach of folks such as Beethoven to the more atmospheric, impressionistic compositions of Debussy and Ravel of the late 19th century. At Heinz Hall, join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for Brahms in Da Haus, featuring a performance of "Symphony No. 1," "Hungarian Dance No. 5," and "Double Concerto." Show up beforehand for some primo tailgating at the Heinz Hall garden, where cornhole and shotskis will not be available, but beer, wine, cocktails and appetizers will.

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