CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Saturday, December 21, 2013 | 2 PM

Carnegie Hall Family Holiday Concert: The New York Pops

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Holiday cheer fills Carnegie Hall when Steven Reineke conducts The New York Pops in a concert version of the iconic TV special created by Charles M. Schulz. Traditional favorites, a sing-along, and special surprises will make your family very merry.

Performers

  • The New York Pops
    Steven Reineke, Music Director and Conductor
  • John Tartaglia, Narrator
  • New York Theatre Ballet
    Diana Byer, Artistic Director
  • Liza Gennaro, Director and Choreographer
  • Carmina de Dios, Costume Designer
  • TADA! Youth Theater
    Janine Nina Trevens, Executive and Artistic Director
    Essential Voices USA
    Judith Clurman, Music Director and Conductor

The Carnegie Hall Notables and The New York Pops host the Fourth Annual Family Concert and Party.

 

Performance Co-Chairs
Julie Turaj and Robert Pohly

Family Event Co-Chairs
Carrie Clendenin
Caroline Rocco Dennis
Christin Barringer Rueger
Sarina Sassoon Sanandaji
Lyss Stern
Amy Tarr
Mary Wible Vertin 

Event Details

2:00 PM  
Carnegie Hall Family Holiday Concert
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage
3:00 PM  
Family Party
Rohatyn Room

Reservations

Host Committee Package: $1,000
Includes 6 tickets to Concert and Party
$670 tax-deductible
 
Family Package: $500
Includes 2 Adult and 2 Child tickets to Concert and Party
$280 tax-deductible

 
Adults: $200
Single ticket to Concert and Party
$145 tax-deductible

 
Children 4 and Above: $100
Single ticket to Concert and Party
$45 tax-deductible

 
Children 3 and Under: $75
Single ticket to Concert and Party
$20 tax-deductible

 

Guests enjoy prime seating at the Carnegie Hall Family Concert, A Charlie Brown Christmas, featuring The New York Pops.   Following the concert, guests attend a Family Party in the Rohatyn Room that includes food, crafts, cookie decorating, and other Peanuts-themed activities for children.

Proceeds support both the visionary music education and community programs of Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute, which annually serves more than 400,000 people in New York City, across the US, and around the world, as well as The New York Pops and its free education programs throughout New York City.

Contact the Notables office at 212-903-9734 or notables@carnegiehall.org for more information.

Lead funding for Carnegie Hall Family Concerts has been provided by The Irene Diamond Fund.

Carnegie Hall Family Concerts are also made possible, in part, by endowment gifts from The Irene Diamond Fund, Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse Jr., and the Henry and Lucy Moses Fund.
Thanks to New York City Department of Homeless Services for supporting young fathers and their families at this concert.

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