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Five Iconic Classical Musical Works About Love
Learn how love inspired five composers to write some of their most famous works, and then listen to recordings of each.
Celebrating Black History at Carnegie Hall
Explore this virtual exhibit, part of Google Arts & Culture’s Black Culture and History collection.
Four Great Unfinished Musical Works
Learn more about unfinished pieces by Mozart, Schubert, Bruckner, and Bartók that are now considered to be masterworks.
From the Archives
The JokeCarnegie Hall is the only performance venue with its own, ubiquitous joke. But, which version is the right one?
Carnegie Hall Premieres: Ives’s Symphony No. 3, “The Camp Meeting”
Learn more about Charles Ives’s Symphony No. 3, “The Camp Meeting,” and its 1946 premiere at Carnegie Hall.