Following the success of its inaugural year, Carnegie Hall Live returns with 12 broadcasts from all three stages of New York’s premier concert hall throughout the 2012–2013 season. This rich broadcast and digital series, produced by WQXR and Carnegie Hall in collaboration with American Public Media, includes behind-the-scenes videos, interviews with conductors and performers, and photographs of the productions. During each live broadcast, WQXR, Carnegie Hall, and digital partner NPR Music hosts live web chats—including Twitter commentary by the broadcast team—from backstage and in the control room.
If you missed our live broadcast of Jonathan Biss and the Elias String Quartet's performance here on Tuesday, you can now stream the program in its entirety.
If you missed our live broadcast of Ensemble Matheus's concert here on Wednesday, you can now stream the program in its entirety.
If you missed our live broadcast of the Renée Fleming and Susan Graham several weeks ago, you can now stream the program here.
If you missed our live broadcast of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra's concert here on Sunday under the direction of Daniel Barenboim, you can now stream the program in its entirety.
Funding for the Carnegie Hall Live broadcast series is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.