Support the Hall - Special Events

Support Carnegie Hall and our music education and community initiatives by joining us for galas, luncheons, and special events throughout the season.

Proceeds directly support the programs and the artistic mission of Carnegie Hall.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Lang Lang
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 at 7 PM
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Reservations

CARNEGIE HALL
OPENING NIGHT GALA


Celebrate the launch of Carnegie Hall’s 2010–2011 Season at a once-in-a-lifetime concert featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Nikolaus Harnoncourt, with illustrious pianist Lang Lang.
 
 
CONTACT AND RESERVATIONS

Online
E-mail the Special Events office at
specialevents@carnegiehall.org
By Phone
Call the Special Events office at
212-903-9679
 
 

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Cover of Town&Country
 
 
Opening Night Gala Dinner at The Waldorf=Astoria
 
 

PAST EVENTS

Henry and Elizabeth Segerstrom FOURTH ANNUAL
MEDAL OF EXCELLENCE GALA


A gala honoring Henry T. Segerstrom for his outstanding corporate achievements and philanthropic commitments to the arts.
 
 
Musical Explorers “My City, My Song” concert on Wednesday, November 18, 2009. DISCOVERING MUSIC LUNCHEON
A Luncheon to Benefit the Music Education and Community Initiatives of The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall.


The 2010 Luncheon highlighted the Weill Music Institute’s Musical Explorers program, which gives more than 4,000 first and second grade students the opportunity to explore New York City’s diverse heritage of song.
 
 
Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Sandra Radvanovsky BRAVISSIMO! OPERA GALA
Celebrating Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Soprano Sondra Radvanovsky


Two of opera’s hottest stars performed favorite arias and duets by Verdi, Tchaikovsky, and Dvořák with the National Philharmonic at a benefit concert in support of Carnegie Hall.
 
 
Evgeny Kissin and Daniele Gatti OPENING NIGHT GALA OF
CARNEGIE HALL’S 119TH SEASON


Attended by more than 600 guests every year, Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala is a premier event in New York’s cultural and social calendar. All proceeds benefit the Hall’s artistic and educational programming.
 
 
Jessye Norman performing during Ask Your Mama! ASK YOUR MAMA!

Featuring an innovative multimedia presentation based on a text by Langston Hughes, this one-night-only benefit concert performance was the centerpiece of Carnegie Hall’s recent festival, Honor! A Celebration of the African American Cultural Legacy curated by Jessye Norman.
 
 
Reba McEntire and Alec Baldwin performing in Carnegie Hall's 2006 concert performance of South Pacific MUSICAL THEATER AT
CARNEGIE HALL


Carnegie Hall’s musical theater galas support our artistic initiatives to enrich the cultural vitality of New York through a one-night-only benefit concert performance.