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    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.

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    • Scintillating and bewitching, magical and intoxicating. This remarkable series features Chopin preludes performed by Daniil Trifonov, Grand Prize Winner at the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition; Debussy preludes performed by Pierre-Laurent Aimard; and music of Chopin and Schumann from Stephen Hough. You will also hear two long-time favorite visitors to Carnegie Hall: Mitsuko Uchida and Evgeny Kissin.
    • Discover dynamic young pianists who give audiences new insight into the wide musical canon of keyboard works. In addition to the impeccable Till Fellner, enjoy the artistry of Jonathan Biss and the fireworks of Nicolas Hodges as they perform the breadth of recital repertoire, ranging from Debussy and Bach to new or rarely performed works from Harrison Birtwistle and Janáček.
    • The musicians on Great Artists I are all outstanding, compelling performers. Through their daring interpretations, they reveal the complex emotions behind the music. Whether it is an all-Brahms program from the Emerson String Quartet with Yefim Bronfman, Schubert impromptus played by Radu Lupu, or Beethoven sonatas with Richard Goode, the familiar becomes new and extraordinary in their hands.
    • Leading musical interpreters of our time explore the classical repertoire in traditional and unique programs in this multifaceted series. It's a thrilling match of great music with the superb artistry of Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Magdalena Kožená with Yefim Bronfman, Midori, and more. These audience favorites are masters of their craft, bringing their magnetism and remarkable musicianship to the world's finest recital stage.
    • Five divas from the world's great opera stages converge in this gorgeous series of lieder recitals and Baroque spectaculars. Joyce DiDonato, Renée Fleming with Susan Graham, Stephanie Blythe, and Elīna Garanča bring an enticing blend of powerhouse virtuosity and turn-on-a-dime finesse. Acclaimed for portraying some of the most beloved operatic heroines, they give equal pleasure to their fans with the infinite emotions they evoke in recital.
    • Soprano Dorothea Röschmann, mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard, tenor Lawrence Brownlee, and baritone Nathan Gunn: Hear the range of the human voice. Give in to the sheer beauty in this enchanting series that features acclaimed singers who blend vocal fireworks and overall artistic excellence. Their art is a magical balance between music and poetry, and forges deep connections with captivated audiences.
    • Get to know the talents of these rising vocal stars in the intimate setting of Weill Recital Hall. This revelatory series includes winners of the prestigious Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and the Beverly Sills Award—events in the lives of singers that solidify their place as the opera stars of tomorrow. Join us for Salon Encores following the recital with drinks and conversation.
    • Whether they are making their New York or Carnegie Hall recital debut, these emerging ensembles and instrumentalists represent the future with daring performances that allow audiences the chance to hear what is new, now, and next. And join us after each of the concerts on this series for Salon Encores, a salon-style reception where you can enjoy libations and merriment with fellow audience members.
    • Preeminent pianists of the 21st century perform indelible works from the keyboard repertoire from such greats as Chopin, Liszt, and Brahms. From the pyrotechnics of Yuja Wang and the youthful exuberance of Daniil Trifonov to the versatility of Jeremy Denk, this series spotlights some of the brightest new names in the next generation of keyboard masters in not-to-be-missed performances.
    • Some of the world's best operatic voices converge on the Carnegie Hall stage for captivating performances that spotlight their vocal fireworks and unmatched artistry. The dazzling Joyce DiDonato performs arias from Baroque operas sung by royal characters, Magdalena Kožená is joined by Yefim Bronfman to interpret traditional repertoire and new works, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky performs a spirited program of works by his fellow Russian comrades.
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