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    • READ: After several years of planning, Carnegie Hall's Archives began a multi-year project this past July to digitize its collections for preservation and research. Carnegie Hall's Archives and Rose Museum Director Gino Francesconi introduces this exciting new project that will culminate in our history being made easily available for online research and broader public access.
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    • READ | PHOTOS: In honor of the 90th birthday earlier this year of bassist, composer, and bandleader Charles Mingus—and on the 35th anniversary of his final appearance at the Hall on June 28, 1977—we're taking the opportunity to look back at this legendary musician's Carnegie Hall performances.
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    • READ | WATCH | PHOTOS: With direct input from several of the principals, we continue our celebration of the 50th anniversary of the original airing of the CBS television special Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall, featuring Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett.
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    • READ | WATCH | PHOTOS: Today Carnegie Hall celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first broadcast of the CBS television special Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall, featuring Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett. To commemorate this occasion, we reached out to several people involved in the original production, including Ms. Burnett and Ken Welch. Their recollections help tell the story of the special's creation from the other side of the camera, from its genesis through to the night of the taping on March 5, 1962.
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    • READ | PHOTOS: Jazz—in its earliest form—was first heard at Carnegie Hall 100 years ago today on May 2, 1912, when James Reese Europe and his Clef Club Orchestra presented a "Concert of Negro Music" to benefit the Music School Settlement. 
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