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881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019


Built by and named for philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1891, this impressive building is the tallest example of masonry unsupported by steel frame in the New York area. It comprises three large, separate performance spaces for both classical and popular music, despite the New York Philharmonic flying the nest in 1962 to The Lincoln Center. It is also the focus of a well-known joke about how to get there ("Practice").

Upcoming Highlights

  • The Philadelphia Orchestra

    Booking until Oct 13

  • It's De-Lovely

    Jun 7, 2016

  • Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall

    Opens Jun 16

  • Donovan

    Sep 15, 2016

The Philadelphia Orchestra

Isaac Stern Auditorium

Until October 13, 2016

The Philadelphia Orchestra returns to New York as part of its annual touring season at Carnegie Hall. This year Yannick Nezet-Seguin leads the respected musicians plus special guests Jan Lisiecki and Lang Lang across three special evenings.

It's De-Lovely

Isaac Stern Auditorium

June 7, 2016

Cole Porter fans are in for a treat in June as Carnegie Hall welcomes a host of Broadway stars including Jeff Harnar, Mark Nadler, Molly Pope and Steve Ross to celebrate what would have been the music maestro's 125th birthday! Porter is noted for having created scores for some of the world's best loved musicals such as Kiss Me, Kate, Anything Goes, Silk Stockings and Can-Can! A must-see for lovers of his music.

Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall

Isaac Stern Auditorium

June 16-17, 2016

Ten years ago singer songwriter extraordinaire Rufus Wainwright took to the Carnegie stage to recreate Judy Garland's career-defining 1961 concert, song for song, and now he's doing it again. With the help of some special musical guests, he'll be performing 'When You're Smiling (The World Smiles With You)', 'Stormy Weather', 'That's Entertainment' and many more.


Judy & Arthur Zankel Hall

September 15, 2016

Donovan became one of the first acts of the British invasion to immerse himself in the psychedelic American counter-culture, and in 1966 his track 'Sunshine Superman' hit the top of the Billboard charts. In celebration of the accompanying album's 50th Anniversary, Donovan is taking the record on the road, alongside classics from throughout his back catalogue, such as 'Catch the Wind', 'Mellow Yellow' and 'Hurdy Gurdy Man'.

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