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February Roundup

The brutally cold February is finally over, but it didn't stop these incredible things from happening at Carnegie Hall. Let's take a look, shall we?


Edmar Castaneda
Harping on Jazz

Listening to Edmar Castañeda play the arpa llanera, or Colombian harp, the first question that comes to mind is, why is this instrument so rare in jazz? No pedaling around›


Joyce DiDonato
#AskJoyce

"TWEET ME!" Joyce said. Many of you responded with lots of questions. Here are her answers. Replay›


Leontyne Price
Celebrating Leontyne Price's 50th Anniversary

She was the first African American soprano to build a worldwide following, and her performances would inevitably sell out anywhere she sang. Fifty years ago on February 28, 1965, legendary soprano Leontyne Price made her Carnegie Hall recital debut. Hall History›


Leif Ove Andness
The Beethoven Journey

Pianist Leif Ove Andsnes returns with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra with two performances that comprise of all five Beethoven concertos—part of his multi-year Beethoven Journey. Let the Moonlight Guide You›


Peter Philips
50 Shades of Tallis

How does a 16th-century piece of sacred vocal music win new fame? It appears on the soundtrack of an eagerly awaited new film. Curious?›


Richard Goode
Goode and Friends

Pianist Richard Goode introduces his upcoming program of chamber music in Zankel Hall, with works by Brahms and Schumann. Watch›


Beethoven
Listen: Leif Ove Andsnes and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra

Listen to the archived audio broadcast of pianist Lief Ove Andsnes, acting as leader and soloist with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, in a performance of three Beethoven piano concertos. Listen›


Theatre of Voices
Notes on Stimmung

A performance of Stockhausen’s Stimmung is always an event. This massive and mesmerizing work for six voices reflects the composer’s interest in foreign cultures and showcases his experimental new way of thinking about the compositional process. Read more›


Celso Duarte
Mexican Music with Celso

Celso Duarte is a virtuosic harp player from Mexico and one of our Musical Explorers artists this season. In this video, Celso explains the Son Jarocho rhythms. More Harp›