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History and Rose Archives

Since it opened in 1891, Carnegie Hall has set the international standard for musical excellence as the aspirational destination for the world’s finest artists. From Tchaikovsky, Dvořák, Mahler, and Bartók to George Gershwin, Billie Holiday, Benny Goodman, Judy Garland, and The Beatles, an honor roll of music-making artists representing the finest of every genre has filled Carnegie Hall throughout the years.

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Isaac Stern Legacy

Violinist, cultural ambassador, social advocate, and civic leader Isaac Stern left an indelible mark on the world's musical and cultural landscape. Learn about his achievements through this website dedicated to his legacy.

Andrew Carnegie: His Life and Legacy exhibit, 2019

Andrew Carnegie: His Life and Legacy

Andrew Carnegie changed America’s standing in the world—industrially, culturally, and philanthropically. Discover the details of his life and legacy in this virtual exhibit, originally on view in the Rose Museum.

Photo of Carnegie Hall showing the building in its present configuration, following the completion of the studio tower additions in 1896.

Digital Collections Preview

Discover Carnegie Hall's history by exploring a selection of materials from the Digital Collections, including programs, flyers, photographs, and more.

Photo of Isaac Stern, 1991, by Steve J. Sherman.

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