• What We Offer

    Orchestras from throughout the country and around the world come to Carnegie Hall each season; sample this amazing array of symphonic talent with one of our subscriptions.

    Chamber music is an intimate form of musical expression between small groups of musicians and the audience, and solo recitals put you up close to some of the best musicians in the world. Carnegie Hall has a number of subscriptions dedicated to each.

    With a subscription, you can discover works by today’s composers or music from the distant past, explore the artistry of performers from other cultures, and enjoy the finest pop and jazz. All here at Carnegie Hall.

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    • If you love jazz and want to hear the best of all the style has to offer today, this series is for you. The finest Afro-Cuban jazz with Chucho Valdés and a host of rising stars, the pluralistic violin virtuosity of Jenny Scheinman, the Israeli-born Cohens, and the innovative compositions of Vijay Iyer. Doors open one hour early for Late Nights at Zankel Hall, where you can enjoy a pre-concert drink and meet others who share your passion for music.
    • Hailed as "the most prominent ambassador of the Great American Songbook" (Los Angeles Times), Michael Feinstein brings his velvety vocals to Carnegie Hall for a series that examines the wide ranging canon of American song. Joined by an exciting roster of luminaries from stage and screen, the personable performer and host showcases both the influences and golden eras of the genre, sharing insightful commentary intermingled with definitive performances.
    • The vast panorama of Brazilian music is on display with this series, curated by the iconic Gilberto Gil: contemporary and traditional music from Northeastern Brazil, the latest in Brazilian popular music, and a double-bill of folk-pop fusion and retro-chic samba.
    • This series, curated by jazz-piano legend Chucho Valdés, begins with a glimpse into the bright future of Afro-Cuban jazz with two rising stars of the genre, as well as an evening of rumba with the legendary Yoruba Andabo. As part of this series, Valdés also performs in his quartet and with other jazz-piano giants.
    • Dudamel brings the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela to Carnegie Hall for a residency that captures the passion of the Latin American tradition in a series that features works by some of the finest composers from the region.

    • Experience the power of quintessential works from some of the great German composers. The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra performs Richard Strauss's mercurial Death and Transfiguration, the San Francisco Symphony is joined by the dynamic Yuja Wang for Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4, and violinist Lisa Batiashvili joins Staatskapelle Dresden for an evening of Brahms.
    • Hear superb singers perform some of opera's best scores in this series of operas in concert. David Daniels leads an all-star cast in a performance of Handel's spectacular Radamisto with The English Concert, superstar soprano Renée Fleming reprises the iconic role of Blanche DuBois—written especially for her—in a semi-staged performance of André Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra is joined by Michelle DeYoung for an evening of excerpts from some of Wagner's most towering operatic works.
    • Some of the most beloved composers were at their most creative at the dawn of the 20th century, when the Romantic period gave way to modernism. Explore this incredibly important time in music history with performances by the Royal Concertgebouw and Boston Symphony orchestras. Incomparable soprano Renée Fleming serves as both performer and host in an evening of art songs and chamber music from the period with pianist Jeremy Denk and the Emerson String Quartet.
    • If you like variety, look no further than this diverse series of concerts. The Orchestra of St. Luke's performs Schumann's Symphony No. 4, dazzling mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe is joined by pianist Warren Jones to interpret songs from the likes of composers Samuel Barber to Irving Berlin, and celebrated baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and pianist Ivari Ilja perform a rousing evening of impassioned music from their native Russia.
    • The American Composers Orchestra explores composers of today who stretch the sonic limits of the voice and orchestra, three Cohen siblings present their infectious originals and joyful New Orleans and post-bop standards, and conductor Robert Spano leads Ensemble ACJW in a performance of Messiaen's Des canyons aux étoiles … in this fresh series of contemporary music.
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