NOVEMBER 19 - 11:00AM – 5:00PM

Ho-ho- ho and mistletoe, this year’s Symphony
Splendor Holiday Home Tour promises to be
the season’s most exciting event. Returning to
historic Virginia Manor, the gold coast of Mt.
Lebanon, owners of 9 architectural
treasures will open their art-and- antique-laden
abodes--8 for the very FIRST time--for a walking
tour (Molly’s Trolleys are also available) of their
neighborhood to benefit The Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra.

These timeless beauties, located just minutes
apart, will be beribboned and bedecked to a
Christmas fare-thee- well. Adding to the
Yuletide spirit, classical musicians will be
entertaining in each home.

“This holiday fanfare tour, presented by the
Pittsburgh Symphony Association, has become
the gold standard event of the season. Now in
its fourth year, the event has already raised
$240,000 for our community treasure, the
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. As an added
treat, many PSO musicians will be playing in
various homes throughout the tour,” says event
co-chair Cathy Trombetta.

Tax-deductible tickets are $60.00 in advance,
two for $100.00 or, if available, $70.00 on the
day of the tour, Sunday, November 19, 11:00AM
– 5:00PM. There will be free parking and free
transportation on Molly’s Trolleys in the lot
across from 100 Roessler Road (off Cochran
Road), Scott Township. (No on-street parking
that day in Virginia Manor.)

For a profusion of joy and the best holiday
gift, treat yourself, your family and your
friends to a lavish Christmas fantasy while
supporting our world-class Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra.

Programs with a tour map of addresses will
be issued to ticket holders and same-day
buyers at the indoor ticket counter that will
admit them to the homes in the building lobby
of Manor Oak 2, at the end of the parking lot.

For information on purchasing Symphony
Splendor tickets online or at a participating
vendor, go to the PSA website Or call 1-888- 718-4253.