Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium, © Photo: Jeff Goldberg/Esto
Carnegie Hall, Weill Hall, © Photo: Jeff Goldberg/Esto
Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall, © Photo: Jeff Goldberg/Esto
Carnegie Hall, NYC © Photo: Jeff Goldberg/Esto
New York, USA
Carnegie Hall has played a vital role in the musical life of New York City since it was completed in 1891. William Burnet Tuthill designed the concert hall, which was commissioned by the wealthy industrialist and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie. Practically every top classical music artist and ensemble in the world has performed in the excellent acoustics of Carnegie Hall.
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881 Seventh Avenue
10019 New York
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Lines A, C, B, D, 1 to 59th Street/Columbus Circle (elevator available)
Lines N, Q, R to 57th Street/Seventh Avenue (elevator available)
Line F to Seventh Avenue
M5, M7, M10, M20, M31, M57, and M104 stop nearby.
Zankel Hall, 599 Seats
Weill Recital Hall, 268 Seats