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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.

    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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    • Audiences with an ear for Bach, Handel, Couperin, and Marais will be drawn to this year's series. And if that interest includes their lesser-known predecessors and contemporaries Hume, Kerll, and di Lasso, among others, then there's no better place to be. Come enjoy some of the best practitioners of this scintillating music, as well as free refreshments and conversation after the concerts.
    • This series of exemplary ensembles and soloists shows us just how passionate, fiery, and virtuosic Baroque music can be. From the exuberant energy of Vivaldi concertos to a complete concert performance of a Handel opera with an all-star cast, Baroque Unlimited will leave you breathless.
    • Hear new music by composers from New York City and around the US performed by the intrepid American Composers Orchestra and its Music Director George Manahan. This no-holds-barred series explores contemporary composers that challenge their creative capacities and stretch the sonic limits of an orchestra.
    • Eclectic and always entertaining, this series returns with an enduring and beloved a cappella vocal group from Britain, traditional and contemporary music from Northeastern Brazil, the inventive Ensemble ACJW from here in New York City, and one of Ireland’s most exciting contemporary-music exports.
    • Enjoy a captivating playlist of music where each program is performed in signature style by some of today's leading artists. This eclectic series includes a program that combines the works of inventive singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane with songs from Schumann to Sufjan Stevens, an all-star tribute to legendary Mexican songstress Chavela Vargas, and a duo recital by classical guitarist John Williams and jazz-fusion guitarist John Etheridge.
    • This forward-thinking series features premiere works by significant composers of the 21st-century, including Osvaldo Golijov, Terry Riley, Tyondai Braxton, Donnacha Dennehy, Missy Mazzoli, and a quartet of composers from Latin America. Their music has also found a new breed of musical interpreters—Kronos Quartet, Alarm Will Sound, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet among them—who provide electrifying performances of what is new, now, and next.
    • The Originals features artists who have helped to shape their respective musical disciplines, making contributions that stand the test of time and inspire the performers of tomorrow. This series includes an 85th birthday celebration for music-theater legend Barbara Cook, the Carnegie Hall debut of Brazil's greatest living sambista Paulinho da Viola, and a veritable explosion of music for percussion and brass performed by the exuberant Venezuelan Brass Ensemble.
    • This diverse series features a highly spirited concert of classical mainstays mixed with covers of popular songs performed by the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, an evening of infectious forró dance music by Brazilian superstar Gilberto Gil, a Latin-jazz jam with four legendary pianists uniting for the first time, and the esteemed jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves performing with several special guests.
    • An all-star lineup—including Kelli O'Hara, Paolo Szot, Seth MacFarlane, and Norm Lewis—joins The New York Pops to pay tribute to some of America's legendary songwriters: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, Sammy Cahn, and Stephen Schwartz. The series also includes a holiday concert with Pink Martini and a special night of unmistakable orchestral favorites.
    • From the remarkable throat-singing technique prevalent in Central Asia to the politically charged music of Zimbabwe, from the percussion-driven rumba of Cuba and the retro-chic samba of Brazil to the hard-hitting reels and jigs of Ireland, fascinating global beats are showcased in this unique series. These energetic performers are leading interpreters in their respective genres, sharing their native rhythms and musical messages with legions of fans worldwide.
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