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    Orchestras from throughout the country and around the world come to Carnegie Hall each season; sample this amazing array of symphonic talent with one of our subscriptions.

    Chamber music is an intimate form of musical expression between small groups of musicians and the audience, and solo recitals put you up close to some of the best musicians in the world. Carnegie Hall has a number of subscriptions dedicated to each.

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    • The renowned orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera boldly leaves the opera pit behind to showcase its versatility on the concert stage. Newly appointed Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leads the ensemble in works by Beethoven and Stravinsky in a series that also includes lauded soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek, legendary pianists Yefim Bronfman and Evgeny Kissin, and noted guest conductor Semyon Bychkov.
    • Discover choral masterworks that shine a light on vocal artistry on an international scale. Robert Spano captures the American spirit in a program that includes works by Bernstein and Copland; Gustavo Dudamel conducts a program of 20th- and 21st-century works by Latin American composers; and Osvaldo Golijov’s spirited La Pasión según San Marcos is interpreted by members of Schola Cantorum de Venezuela and New York City high school choristers.
    • Bold. Brash. Breathtaking. This series showcases the monumental works of quintessential composers of classical music: Beethoven, Bach, and Brahms. Daniel Barenboim leads the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra through two of Beethoven’s beloved symphonies, Iván Fischer enlightens Bach’s stirring St. Matthew Passion with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and violinist Lisa Batiashvili joins the Staatskapelle Dresden for Brahms’s Violin Concerto.
    • Spend your Thursday evenings with emotionally charged orchestral works performed by three of the top US orchestras. The symphonies of Mahler are on full display when the Boston Symphony Orchestra interprets his expansive Third and the San Francisco Symphony performs his moving Ninth. This series also includes The Philadelphia Orchestra in a program of works by Ravel, Shostakovich, and the New York premiere of Osvaldo Golijov's anticipated Violin Concerto.
    • This series is filled with music that will grab your attention and challenge your musical mind. It begins with an all-Beethoven program by the Belcea Quartet, with a focus on the composer's epoch-making late quartets. Also on the series: the Brentano String Quartet, the young musicians of Ensemble ACJW, as well as an inspired exploration of the music and culture of late-19th–century Vienna with Renée Fleming.
    • String quartets lead the way in this series. While the Belcea and Artemis quartets perform favorites of the genre—two late Beethoven works, and valedictory music by Mendelssohn and Schubert—the Elias String Quartet teams with Jonathan Biss for a chamber version of a Mozart piano concerto.
    • Experience ravishing and entrancing music performed by some of today's most energetic and exciting young performers—from solo violin works of Bach and Ysaÿe performed by the fabulous Julia Fischer to the late string quartets of Beethoven with the acclaimed Belcea Quartet. Plus, pianist Jonathan Biss joins the Elias String Quartet for music both classic and contemporary.
    • Haydn's "Emperor," Dvořák's "American," and Beethoven's "Razumovsky" quartets are all part of this classic series that features outstanding string ensembles. After each concert, stay for a Salon Encores reception and get together with people who love music as much as you do.
    • A series that ranges from new music by the inventive Big Apple composer Missy Mazzoli to favorites from Tchaikovsky, Dvořák, and Schubert: All are perfect showpieces for the outstanding young professional musicians of Ensemble ACJW. After each concert, stay for a Salon Encores reception and get together with people who love music as much as you do.
    • Some of the world’s greatest pianists display their own musical styles and spectacular technique in this series. It’s not to be missed, with the distinctive Murray Perahia and the inquisitive Jeremy Denk, the charismatic Piotr Anderszewski and profound Maurizio Pollini, and last but not least, the pyrotechnic Yuja Wang.
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