Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall

On the way to Scotland during his honeymoon, Andrew Carnegie met and became friends with the young conductor Walter Damrosch who had just finished his second year of practice as the conductor of The Symphony Society of New York City. Mr. Damrosch kept speaking of the need to create the music hall in New York City. His vision was that such a place would become the world center of classical and popular music. The official opening of Carnegie Hall took place in May 1891 with the concert of the New York Symphony Orchestra.

Frank Sinatra, Liza Minelli, Enrico Caruso, Plácido Domingo, Mstislav Rostropovich, Vladimir Spivakov and many others great talents had the honor to perform at Carnegie Hall.

Learn more about Carnegie Hall on its official site

Performances at Carnegie Hall

Sep 27 20:00
Sep 28 20:00
Oct 06 20:00
Oct 16 20:00
Oct 29 20:00
Oct 30 20:00
Dec 10 20:00
Dec 15 14:00
Feb 09 14:00
Mar 04 20:00
Mar 06 20:00
Mar 08 14:00
Mar 22 14:00
Apr 07 20:00
Apr 23 20:00
May 05 20:00
May 27 20:00