CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS
Carnegie Hall Medal of Excellence Gala
Honoring James P. Gorman
A Virtual Benefit Evening
The evening will consist of a private virtual reception and award ceremony followed by a musical performance featuring an exciting guest artist.
Proceeds from the Medal of Excellence Gala support Carnegie Hall’s artistic, education, and community programs. Please see below for information on exclusive donor benefits for this event.
Richard and Barbara Debs
Mark D. Eichorn, Global Co-Head of Investment Banking, Morgan Stanley
Andy Saperstein, Head of Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley
Hope and Robert F. Smith
Vista Equity Partners
This private event starts at 5 PM (Eastern) and includes a reception, award ceremony, and musical performance.
We look forward to honoring James P. Gorman with you! All reservations are fully tax deductible and include listings on gala materials. Access to the virtual event is available starting at $25,000.
To learn more about the various gala contribution levels and associated benefits, please click the Gala RSVP link or contact the Carnegie Hall Special Events office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that given this year's virtual format, all event communication will be digital.
The Carnegie Hall Medal of Excellence award is designed and donated by Tiffany & Co.