• Tag: Archives (7)

    • GLASSES blog | In case you haven’t heard, it’s Preservation Week! To celebrate the American Library Association’s (ALA) Preservation Week 2016 (April 24–30), here are some of the preservation-related activities we’ve been up to in the Carnegie Hall Archives.
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    • VIDEO blog | In November 2013, the Carnegie Hall Archives moved into its new spaces after a two-and-a-half–year renovation. Our collections—including more than 30,000 concert programs, 14,000 photographs, 6,000 posters, 2,500 architectural drawings, and hundreds of boxes of administrative records—were stored offsite. Here’s what it looked like bringing all of these invaluable items back ... in less than a minute.
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    • GLASSES blog | Today marks the 150th anniversary of President Lincoln's assassination. In the years that followed what became the crime of the 19th century in America, there have been former generals and officers—both Union and Confederate—who spoke on the stage of Carnegie Hall.
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    • We would love to hear from you—give us a general topic and we’ll work with our Rose Museum and Archives team to see how Carnegie Hall has played a role in it, no matter how large or small.
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    • READ | With an exciting tribute performance–The Music of Paul Simon, presented by Michael Dorf–coming up on March 31 in Stern Auditorium, we want to share the story of another remarkable tribute performance; one that was even more exciting than the audience expected. Read the story of a 1974 Thelonious Monk tribute performance that one critic calls "one of the great moments of American music in my lifetime."
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