Boyz II Men
Heinz Hall, which is typically filled with formal gowns and tuxedos, had a different flare last night (July 24th) as Boyz II Men brought their Motown sound to Pittsburgh for their annual visit.
Two years ago, I had the luxury of partaking in a concert that featured the R&B group at the same venue, debuting their first live performance with an orchestra. Not much has changed over the last 24 months. They still look and sound the same.
The group visited the Consol Energy Center in 2013 as a headliner for a tour with 98 Degrees and New Kids on the Block. But, it was the symphony accompaniment that was the icing on the cake for this Boyz II Men experience.
The most underrated element of last night’s concert was the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Led by Resident Conductor Lawrence Loh, the orchestra was precise, crisp and harmonized…
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