• Tag: Hall history (26)

    • GLASSES blog | At a time when women were denied political, professional, and educational rights, Carnegie Hall served as a space where women could come to experience collective empowerment. At the turn of the 20th century, women began to gather together and advocate for equal voting rights. As women filled Carnegie Hall for a variety of events to garner support and band together to demand suffrage, they exhibited their ability to rally in support of a common cause: improving and advocating for their own lives.
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    • GLASSES blog | “To try to make the world in some way better than you found it is to have a noble motive in life.“ —Andrew Carnegie.

      For more than 125 years, Carnegie Hall has solidified its presence as a hall intertwined with the history of our country.
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    • Today is #AskAnArchivist Day! Archivists around the country will take to social media to answer your questions about any and all things related to archives. Take this opportunity to engage with Carnegie Hall’s Rose Museum and Archives team by posing your question with hashtag #AskAnArchivist. Update: The live stream of Gino Francesconi is available to watch now.
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    • Zena Latto
      photo blog icon 24px | Our Archives and Rose Museum Director Gino Francesconi recounts a simple phone call that led to a remarkable and memorable discovery.
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    • VIDEO blog | Did you know that pianist Van Cliburn was the first to win the quadrennial International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition? How about he’s the only classical musician to have a ticket-tape parade in New York City in his honor? Watch Gino Francesconi talk about Van Cliburn’s accomplishments in under 60 seconds.
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