• GLASSES blog | In case you haven’t heard, it’s Preservation Week! To celebrate the American Library Association’s (ALA) Preservation Week 2016 (April 24–30), here are some of the preservation-related activities we’ve been up to in the Carnegie Hall Archives.
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    • GLASSES blog | From the opening concert 125 years ago to modern marvels like the YouTube Symphony Orchestra, Carnegie Hall has become an indelible part of the American cultural landscape, the temple on 57th Street and Seventh Avenue that can be reached (according to the old joke) by one word: practice. And as the fact that it has a joke at all suggests, its presence is almost as strong in American pop culture as it is in what we might call high culture.
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    • AUDIO blog | Missed last night's audio broadcast of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra performing Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7, "Leningrad," or just want to hear it again? Listen to the full performance.
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    • GLASSES blog | For orchestras coming to play New York at its most famous concert venue, the experience is always special—and, reports James Inverne, they can tell you exactly why.
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    • GLASSES blog | We interviewed Sami Abu Shumays—deputy director of Flushing Town Hall and Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts—about the history of the building, the neighborhood of Flushing, Queens, and Flushing Town Hall’s relationship with Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts.
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