• Orchestras

      The world’s finest orchestras have always been a fixture at Carnegie Hall.
    • Chamber Music & Recitals

      The chance to hear the best artists up close in intimate settings.  
    • Pop, World, & Jazz

      It’s a big, wide world of music and you can hear it all here.
    • New Music & Commissions

      Carnegie Hall commissions and premieres many new works each year.
  • 2014–2015 Perspectives
    Joyce DiDonato
    Joyce DiDonato’s Perspectives series presents her impeccable artistry, vibrant personality, and idealism that has made her an audience favorite.
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    Anne-Sophie Mutter
    Anne-Sophie Mutter's commitment to artistic excellence and dedication to the growth of classical music are core themes in her Perspectives series.
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  • Recent Blog Posts

    October 18, 2014
    UBUNTU: A Distant Drum
    GLASSES blog | Librettist Christopher Hope and composer Ralf Schmid discuss A Distant Drum, a portrait of Nat Nakasa, a brilliant, irreverent spirit of his generation, who left behind South Africa’s Apartheid of the 1960s for New York.
    October 16, 2014
    UBUNTU: William Kentridge on Paper Music
    GLASSES blog | Johannesburg-born visual artist William Kentridge discusses Paper Music, his latest collaboration with South African compatriot Philip Miller, featuring a selection of films by Kentridge with music by Miller.
    October 16, 2014
    UBUNTU: TK Blue
    VIDEO blog | Jazz musician TK Blue speaks about Cape jazz and its leading exponent, Abdullah Ibrahim.