Beethoven In Your Neighborhood
Perhaps the most iconic Beethoven work, Symphony No. 5 is paired with an iconic space: the New Hazlett Theater in Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhood is the site of one of the first Carnegie Free Libraries in the United States, including the first Carnegie Music Hall in the United States. The New Hazlett Theater began its life as the original Carnegie Music Hall, built in 1890, to present musical performances for the residents of Allegheny City. We continue this tradition today by connecting local arts organizations of all sizes to the community and are honored to welcome PSO’s world-class artists to the Northside as part of Beethoven in Your Neighborhood,” said René Conrad, Executive Director, New Hazlett Theater.