Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall is without a doubt New York's most iconic concert hall. Financed by steel baron and son of Scottish immigrants, Andrew Carnegie, it was inaugurated with great fanfare on the May 91891, conducted by Tchaikovsky. The world's greatest performers have debuted here, such as violinist Isaac Stern. Inside are three halls whose programs range from classical and jazz to world music and pop.

Useful information

Address : 

156 West 57th St. (corner of 7th Ave), 10019 New York

Phone:

+1 212-247-7800

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