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]
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Arron presided over the refurbishment and reorganization of Carnegie Hall's activities and performances, promoted many educational programs and workshops, and engaged in successful fund-raising campaigns.
Back in 1947, Hollywood came out with a film called "Carnegie Hall" that showcased performances by some leading classical stars of the time.
Of course, discounted rents in a building as prestigious as Carnegie Hall Tower are relative.
For 100 years, Carnegie Hall has set a standard by which concert halls are judged.
So I flew into LaGuardia Airport the day of the show and went directly to Carnegie Hall. I got there just in time to greet the guys and get them backstage where they needed to be.
The 1960s at Carnegie Hall" --part of "The '60s: The Years that Changed America" festival--is on view through April 30 in the Hall's Rose Museum, New York.
The third floor is considered unique within what is hailed as the architecturally significant Carnegie Hall Tower.
The homecoming comes just weeks after the Divas performed at Manhattan's iconic Carnegie Hall.
Indeed, the Filipino audience outdid themselves at Carnegie Hall by giving an ovation to every number of the 80-member Philippine Philharmonic starting with Shostakovich Festive Overture down to the Sibelius violin concerto with soloist Diomedes Saraza Jr.
DAVID Bowie's life and songs will be celebrated in an all-star memorial concert at New York's Carnegie Hall.
In its inaugural year, the prize will be presented in association with Carnegie Hall, with the nominees drawn from those young singers and instrumentalists presented by the venue in significant solo roles during the 2014-2015 concert season, who meet specific eligibility criteria.
Sage Omachi, a junior at Sheldon High School, has been selected for the 2015 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall, presented by WorldStrides.

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