|"Home for the Holidays" by Nat Younbgblood|
Presented by the Pittsburgh Symphony Association, the third annual holiday tour of homes to benefit the Pittsburgh Symphony, “Symphony Splendor,” is Sunday, November 20 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Mt. Lebanon’s historic Virginia Manor. Tickets to this sell-out event go on sale September 1.
This year’s holiday home tour features continuous live music at each of the eight exquisitely decorated showcase homes during the morning (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and afternoon (2 to 5 p.m.) sessions. Free Molly’s Trolleys will transport visitors from parking lots to Virginia Manor and selected stops on the tour, and docents from Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation will give the architectural history in the foyer of each home. Complete details are available on the Symphony Splendor Showclix ticket page (showclix.com/event/symphony-splendor).
Tax-deductible tickets are $60 in advance or, if available, $70 at the ticket booth located in Manor Oak Two office building on Cochran Road on the day of the event. Tickets are available at showclix.com/event/symphony-splendor or 888-718-4253. Tickets are available in advance at the following outlets: Barefoot Stitches & Gifts, 313 Beverly Rd., Mt. Lebanon; Lee Heckman Custom Framing, 301 Beverly Rd., Mt. Lebanon; Rollier's Hardware, 600 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon; and the Hostess Gift Shoppe, 600 Third Street, Beaver. Tickets at the ticket booth and at participating outlets must be purchased with cash only.
Howard Hanna, Mt. Lebanon, is the supporting sponsor of 2016 Symphony Splendor.