Carnegie Hall


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Carnegie Hall

a famous concert hall in New York (opened 1891); endowed by Andrew Carnegie (1835--1919), Scots-born US steel manufacturer and philanthropist

Carnegie Hall

New York’s venerable theater for concert-goers. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 460]
See: Theater
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And when she gets to wear costumes for the infamous Carnegie Hall concert, all bets are off.
Other Hawaiian troupes have performed at Carnegie Hall, and New Yorkers have trudged though at least one blizzard to see them.
Sources say this is the fourth deal at or north of $100 psf signed at Carnegie Hall Tower this year as TF Cornerstone has introduced a new line of high-end, all glass pre-built suites with cafe pantries and state of the art amenities and finishes.
The UBS commitment begins Wednesday, October 11 with the GREAT PERFORMANCES' telecast of Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2006, an evening of Mahler and Mozart featuring German bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff and Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes.
Of course, discounted rents in a building as prestigious as Carnegie Hall Tower are relative.
And we ended up at Carnegie Hall our first year out.
Perelman , a Carnegie Hall trustee for 27 years since joining the board in 1988 and a Vice Chairman since 2012, was elected today as the new Chairman of the Board of Trustees at a meeting of the organization's Board of Trustees.
The evening at Carnegie Hall begins with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at 6:30 p.
VALENCIA - Five vocalist groups from Valencia High School have been invited to perform in the same venue as legends Arturo Toscanini and Count Basie: Carnegie Hall.
His piece "Welcome to Gotham," a commissioned composition for big band, was premiered by Jazz Band Classic at Carnegie Hall in 2003.
He became a successful nightclub performer and also appeared at Carnegie Hall, dancing to Bach, among other composers.
She is a member of the Carnegie Hall Board of Trustees and its Executive Committee and is Chairman of Carnegie Hall's special events committee.

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