NYC Concerts – Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall, a historic landmark in New York, has been the stage for many of the world’s most famous concerts, orchestras, exhibits, and performing arts. My claim to fame is that I sang in Carnegie Hall with my university choir.

881 Seventh Avenue
New York, New York 10019
Located at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan. Columbus Circle and Central Park within a few blocks. Main lobby entrance at 57th St.; entrance to Zankel Hall between 56th and 57th St. Subway trains to Columbus Circle or 7th Avenue (subway and bus 24-hour information, Ph: +1 718 330-1234).

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Prices: Admission varies according to the event and seating. Family concerts – $8.00/ticket. Carnegie Kids – $3.00 Neighborhood concerts in five boroughs – free. Admission to the Rose Museum – free.

Parking garages at 52nd – 57th St. between 5th Ave. and Broadway. Special seating for wheelchairs, assistive listening devices, dining facilities, archives.

Carnegie Hall has three auditoriums, the Isaac Stern, the largest, and the Zankel and Weill Halls for smaller, more intimate recitals and symposia. Audiences from around the world have thrilled to over 50,000 amazing performances. It has fulfilled the dreams of many aspiring performing artists who have appeared “live at Carnegie Hall.” Carnegie Hall is a tradition, a cornerstone for the very finest in cultural entertainment.

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