How to Access Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala Live Stream
Carnegie Hall Website
Watching live streams on the Carnegie Hall website is the most straightforward way to access our content both live and on demand.
- On Wednesday, October 6 at 7 PM (Eastern), navigate to our event page.
- Click on the “Play” button in the middle of the player.
- The live video will then start automatically. You will also be able to watch the video when it’s available on demand this same way.
- If you’re having any trouble with the player, be sure to disable ad-blockers and refresh the page.
Watching live streams through Carnegie Hall’s Facebook channel allows for social interaction, as well as the ability to share the video with friends and family.
- Stay up to date about information via the Facebook Event.
- On Wednesday, October 6 at 7 PM (Eastern), navigate to Carnegie Hall’s Facebook page.
- The live stream will be the first post on that page. If you’re having trouble finding it, navigate to the “Live Videos” tab on our Facebook profile, where the live stream will be located in the top–left-hand corner.
Watching live streams through Carnegie Hall’s YouTube channel allows for social interaction.
You can also choose to stream Carnegie Hall’s content via YouTube on a smart TV. For more information on how to set this up, YouTube’s Help page features step-by-step instructions on how to set up TV viewing based on the television device (smart TVs and media streaming devices) you have.
- On Wednesday, October 6 at 7 PM (Eastern), our live stream will appear at the top of our YouTube page.
- You will have the ability to share your thoughts and interact with other viewers through the chat function, located on the right-hand side of the live stream.
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