Leaving Spain, I’ve landed in Lisbon, a “most livable” city – just like Pittsburgh – per the Economist Intelligence Unit. This lovely city represents a brand new market for the Pittsburgh region – one that found its way onto our radar screen because of Carnegie Mellon University. In Lisbon, CMU has [...]
Barcelona is simply beautiful, and the culture and the arts are deep-seated in this seaside city. Amazing architecture abounds, as does some of the most awe-inspiring stained glass I have ever seen. The latter is somewhat obscured by vast amount of dominating architecture all around, but when you happen upon it, the [...]
Embarking on the 2012 Tour of Europe with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) reminded me a bit of an old movie directed by David Wolper. It’s called If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium – a comedy about a group of tourists on a whirlwind tour of seven countries in [...]
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As someone in the business of bringing people from far and wide to Pittsburgh, I find The Nationality Rooms in the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral [...]
The Pittsburgh Regional Alliance’s Suzi Pegg posted the first of two updates from abroad to The Pittsburgh Business Times about her work promoting the Pittsburgh region to European business leaders.
BERLIN — September 11, 2011: the 10th anniversary of one of darkest days in recent history. I was here in Berlin, alongside the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra on what has been a glorious musical tour.
But yesterday morning, we paused to acknowledge the date with a special commemoration.
At Berlin’s city hall, the PSO [...]
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