• During this time of spring, New York City is on a major "flyway" of birds and is a hot spot for bird-watching. With more than 20 species of warbler that have been spotted in Central Park, this reminded one of our archivists of a manuscript given to Carnegie Hall by Olivier Messiaen.
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    • LISTEN | WATCH | Today marks the 98th birthday of renowned American conductor Robert Shaw. Since this notable event also happens to fall in the middle of American Library Association (ALA) Preservation Week, we’d like to honor both occasions by sharing the news of Carnegie Hall’s participation in an innovative new project aimed at preserving fragile historical sound recordings, to which the Carnegie Hall Archives contributed an early recording that featured Robert Shaw on the Carnegie Hall Recording Company label.
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    • As we approach the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles Carnegie Hall debut, we are enlisting Beatles fans from all over the world to assist Carnegie Hall’s Archives and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum in identifying the mystery lady documenting the legendary performance.

      Read some of the responses we have received from the search so far.
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    • As we approach the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles Carnegie Hall debut, we are enlisting Beatles fans from all over the world to assist Carnegie Hall’s Archives and Rose Museum Director, Gino Francesconi, in identifying the mystery lady documenting the legendary performance.

      Read what Gino has to say about the photo and join in the search to help us uncover the mystery.
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