From Opening Night to UBUNTU, much has happened this month at Carnegie Hall. In case you've been away, here are the featured posts from October.
UBUNTU: Music and Arts of South Africa
From video interviews with Hugh Masekela, Abdullah Ibrahim, and Angélique Kidjo to several guest blog posts, explore the many threads that make up South Africa's vibrant culture. Explore›
Opening Night with Berliner Philharmoniker
If you missed Opening Night with Sir Simon Rattle and violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, you still have a chance to listen to the broadcast and follow the transcript of the live web chat here. Learn more about Carnegie Hall Live series.
A new partnership between Carnegie Hall and medici.tv will make live webcasts of four Carnegie Hall concert presentations available for the first time ever.
See for yourself›
The Knack: 35th Anniversary
Monday, October 13 marked the 35th anniversary of The Knack at Carnegie Hall. They were the American rock group that burst into the scene in 1979 with the international hit, "My Sharona." Watch›
Perspectives: Joyce DiDonato
Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato Perspectives series presents her wide range of interests and talents. Watch these short videos of Joyce, where she shares her joy of teaching to discovering new repertoire. Watch now›
Artistry, Education, Leadership, Advocacy
See what it's like a day in the life of an Ensemble ACJW musician. Watch now›
Perspectives: Anne-Sophie Mutter
Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter's passionate commutment to artistic excellence and dedication to the growth of classical music are core themes in her Perspectives series. Watch her discuss topics from contemporary music to promoting young musicians. Watch now›
This past summer, the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America embarked on a coast-to-coast tour of the US. Read how this journey has changed the lives of these young musicians. Tell me more›