Matching the artistry and grandeur of the world's most iconic music hall, Carnegie Hall's extraordinary event spaces feature an expansive rooftop terrace, a private dining room with historic fixtures, and newly renovated, flexible spaces with dramatic windows that showcase Central Park and skyline views.
Whether you’re planning an elegant wedding, a lavish Mitzvah, a chic corporate gathering, or a non-profit gala, Constellation, our on-site exclusive culinary partner, will bring your vision to life with delicious fare presented beautifully and served with choreographed precision.
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Opening onto the ninth floor Weill Terrace, the May Room is the perfect space for intimate gatherings in Midtown Manhattan. Featuring customized seasonal tasting menus, the May Room can accommodate a dramatic King's table or classic round table seating formations. (Reception: 50 guests; Seated: 34 guests. Dimensions: 31' x 15'.)
With direct access to the Weill Terrace on the ninth floor, this elegantly appointed event space features skyline views, polished hardwood floors, and contemporary architectural details perfect for social celebrations and corporate gatherings. (Reception: 250 guests; Seated: 230 guests. Dimensions: 50' x 49'.)
On the tenth floor overlooking the Weill Terrace, this stunning event space features grand windows with skyline views of New York City and Central Park. Soaring ceilings and a unique catwalk overlooking the main floor make this a truly memorable space. (Reception: 200 guests; Seated: 200 guests. Dimensions: 43' x 51'.)
Conveniently located next to the Blavatnik Family First Tier level of Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, the Shorin Club Room and the Rohatyn Room are decorated elegantly with rich hardwood paneling and brass trim. (Reception: 79-299 guests; Seated: 50-240 guests. Shorin Club Room Dimensions: 25' x 29'. Rohatyn Room Dimensions: 29' x 68'.)
Adjacent to the Rohatyn and Shorin Club Rooms and similarly appointed, the Rose Museum chronicles Carnegie Hall's history and exhibits its archival treasures to the public. (Reception: 150 guests; Seated 60 guests. Dimensions: 29' x 44'.)
Easily accessible from the Parquet level of Stern/Perelman, the Weill Café is the perfect place for a post-concert celebration, with high ceilings, elegant columns, gold leafing, and intimate lighting. (Reception: 100 guests; Seated: 60 guests. Dimensions: 40'x31'.)