• Tag: Hall History (43)

    • May 5th, 2015 is Carnegie Hall’s 124th birthday. Starting on May 4th, we will celebrate Founding Week, a seven-day commemoration of Carnegie Hall’s founding on our social media channels. Find out more as each day of Founding Week will focus on a theme.
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    • Take a leap through time and compare a photo of Carnegie Hall’s facade taken in 1960 to another taken a few weeks ago in 2015. The photo taken in 1960 shows the building undergoing a steam cleaning.
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    • GLASSES blog | Today is the Hubble Space Telescope’s 25th Anniversary. How is Carnegie Hall related to this historical telescope? It’s all in the family ...
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    • GLASSES blog | Back in March, a new exhibit was revealed in the Rose Museum called Recent Acquisitions. The exhibition contains artifacts recently added to the Carnegie Hall Archives collections. Even after nearly 30-years of collecting thousands of pieces and cataloging more than 50,000 events, wonderful items are still being found that fill the gaps in Carnegie Hall’s history.
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    • GLASSES blog | Fifty years ago on February 28, 1965, legendary soprano Leontyne Price made her Carnegie Hall recital debut, with a program of opera arias and songs by Barber, Brahms, Lee Hoiby, and Poulenc. She was the first African American soprano to build a worldwide following, and her performances would inevitably sell out anywhere she sang.
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