This June 14-16, connect with your peers in beautiful Pittsburgh, a city with the most bridges in the world (446!) that noted figures such as Andy Warhol, Mister Rogers, F. Murray Abraham, Shirley Jones, Gene Kelly, Martha Graham, Wiz Khalifa, and Gertrude Stein have all called home.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Heinz Hall is part of a dynamic, walkable downtown “Cultural District” full of arts and culture that culminates in the Golden Triangle: the picturesque point where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers come together to form the Ohio.
Pittsburgh is only 500 miles or less from almost half the US population – so for many delegates, it’s just a short flight or a one-day drive or train ride away. If you are coming from the airport, keep your eye out for the panorama of Downtown Pittsburgh as you emerge from the Fort Pitt tunnel to cross the Monongahela.
Reserve your hotel room and stay tuned for the full schedule of speakers and sessions to be announced when registration opens at the end of February.
Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown
600 Commonwealth Pl
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Sleeping Room Rates: $174/night + tax
Reservations may be made online or by calling (412) 391-4600 and asking for the League of American Orchestras rate. All reservations must be made by May 22 to secure the League discounted rate.
Photo credit: Richard Kelly for Rivers of Steel