Have to See: Pittsburgh Symphony's Special Tribute to the 'Bus'
The outcome of the game was certainly forgettable, the halftime show was not.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is used to performing before a couple of thousand people inside Heinz Hall. Last night at Heinz Field, the audience was a bit bigger.
The PSO performed "Whitewater," composed by guest conductor Jeff Tyzik, as an accompaniment to a highlights film about the career of Jerome Bettis, who received his Hall of Fame ring during a halftime ceremony emceed by former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher.
It was the first time the PSO performed at a professional sporting event. Their appearance was sponsored by UPMC Health Plan.