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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").
Sep 28, 2017
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra - Opening Night Gala
Oct 4, 2017
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Opens Nov 07
The Cleveland Orchestra
Opens Jan 23, 2018
Feb 16, 2018
September 28, 2017
Iconic Spanish tenor and heartthrob Jose Carreras returns to Carnegie Hall this September, marking his first, long-awaited performance since 2003. A rare visitor to the States, Carreras is now marking his retirement from the opera scene, with this recital forming part of his Farewell Tour. Joining the legendary singer on stage will be soprano Margarita Griskova and gifted pianist Lorenzo Bavaj. Having performed in a plethora of operas at the Met including "Carmen," "Tosca" "La Boehme," "La Traviata,"Luisa Miller," Le Forza del Destino," and "Adriana Lecouvreur, this is a fitting way to bid farewell.
October 4, 2017
Carnegie Hall kicks off its exciting 2017/18 season with a guest appearance by the celebrated Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, led by superstar conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin! This triple program focuses on the magic of Bernstein and Gershwiin in an all-American program that's a must-see for fans of the Broadway greats. And if that's not enough to get your attention, then worldwide piano genius Lang Lang will be putting his prodigious talents to the ivories!
November 7-9, 2017
Kicking off a long-awaited eight-city tour, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra are headed to the States for a soulful series of concerts that calls for peace in this unsteady world. Conducted by its Music Director for Life Zubin Mehta, an exciting triple program awaits patrons at Carnegie Hall, opening with a New York premiere work by noted film composer Amit Poznansky, Footnote Suite. This is followed by Beethoven's celebrated Symphony No. 3, Eroica, which has remained one of his most popular works, finishing up with Strauss' Ein Heldenleben. The program features Grammy Award-winning Israeli-American pianist Yefim Bronfman.
January 23-24, 2018
An exciting double program peformed by the visiting Cleveland Orchestra will light up Carnegie Hall in January, conducted by eminent maestro Franz Welser-Most, artistic director of the Midwestern orchestra. Starting with a New York premiere of Austrian composer Johannes Maria Staud's Stromab, which was commissioned by The Royal Danish Theatre and The Cleveland Orchestra in 2016, as a short piece. It will be followed by Mahler's Ninth Symphony, which is considered the most representative work of the composer's hallmarks.
February 16, 2018
Returning to Carnegie Hall this coming February, renowned composer Philip Glass performs his seminal work Music with Changing Parts, which demonstrated the height of his minimalist phase in 1971. He will be conducting his Philip Glass Ensemble, who perform together with San Francisco Girls Chorus and their singer/artistic director Lisa Bielawa. Currently the incument of the 2017-2018 Richard and Barbara Debs Composerís Chair at Carnegie Hall, with this concert forming part of The Originals series.
Jul 21, 2017
May 4-5, 2018
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