PSO Honors Marvin Hamlisch With “One Singular Sensation”

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The music world lost a legend last year when Marvin Hamlisch died.

For nearly two decades, he conducted the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops and now the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will hold a tribute called “One Singular Sensation.”

“He walked into a room and the room just got happier and I think that’s something we can all take away from Marvin,” Broadway performer Lucie Arnaz said.

Arnaz is one of dozens of performers to headline the PSO’s tribute to Hamlisch Tuesday night at Heinz Hall.

“It means everything to Marvin, Pittsburgh, everything,” Hamlisch’s widow Terre said. Read more /Watch CBS Video Interview

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2 comments

  1. I attended this performance. Loved the tribute to Marvin Hamlisch. A great effort by the Pittsburgh Symphony and the performers. Thumps up! Christy