• Don't Archive Your Ideas, Share Them With Us!

    Did you know that there was once a 100-piece International Marimba Symphony Orchestra that performed at Carnegie Hall? How about Vladimir Horowitz’s secret nails? Or, that Martin Luther King Jr. gave his last major public address at Carnegie Hall? Carnegie Hall’s history is tied to a vast variety of topics and has weaved its way into some of the most unexpected places.

    We would love to hear from you—give us a general topic (anything!) and we’ll look to see how Carnegie Hall has played a role in it, no matter how large or small. Throughout the season, we’ll share with you some of our findings on our blog based on the ideas you submitted.

    We look forward to hearing from you. Submit your ideas on our Facebook Page or Twitter with #CHArchives, or you can email us at socialmedia@carnegiehall.org.

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