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A wide variety of
free performances awaits audiences courtesy of Carnegie
Hall Citywide and the local community
organizations with which we proudly partner.
Experience everything that makes New York City so
vibrant as we highlight sounds from across the
country and around the globe right here in our
In September, we
present a series of concerts in Times Square. See
bassist, composer, and bandleader Michael
Olatuja and his Lagos Pepper Soup
band on September 9; a cappella sensations T.3
on September 16; and the brilliantly genre-melding
“accidental brass quartet” The
Westerlies on September 23.
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Music Director and Conductor Daniil Trifonov, Piano
Pianist Daniil Trifonov joins The
Philadelphia Orchestra and conductor Yannick
Nézet-Séguin in kicking off our 2022–2023
season. The program includes Ravel’s orchestral
wonder La valse, Liszt’s First Piano
Concerto, an engrossing movement from an early
Gabriela Lena Frank work, and Dvořák’s Eighth
A limited number of concert-only
tickets are available starting
at $75. Complete your glamorous evening with
gala tickets starting at $1,000, which includes
prime concert seating and a festive,
pre-concert cocktail reception. Visit the link
below to make your reservation.
brings you the finest concerts, operas, dance,
documentaries, family programs, and more for
on-demand viewing on the Apple TV app, Spectrum,
and Verizon Fios.
Bernstein’s recent birthday by watching his
performance highlights on Carnegie Hall+. This
month, subscribers can watch a
just-added program of Bernstein conducting the
Boston Symphony Orchestra in Tchaikovsky’s Fifth
Symphony in 1974. Plus, don’t miss their 1972
performance of Brahms’s Fourth Symphony as one of
our current free programs!
Tickets are now available to all
concerts throughout the 2022–2023 concert
season, and we have world-class options for
groups of all tastes. Experience violin
Jansen, A Judy Garland
Centennial Celebration with Jessica
Vosk, A Midsummer Night’s
Dream with the Orchestra
of St. Luke’s and David Hyde
Pierce, or the annual Night of Inspiration
Chew and special guests.
Secure your seats and savings
today and give your group of 10 or more a
world-class concert experience.*
*Seats are subject to
availability. Limitations apply.
NYO Jazz made its
debut tour of the United States this summer. Hear
the future of jazz as these gifted young musicians
ages 16–19 perform a program that showcases the
diversity and scope of the genre, including a newly
commissioned piece by Darcy James Argue and a
special appearance by vocalist Jazzmeia Horn, performing
music from her Grammy-nominated album Dear Love.
Trumpeter Sean Jones returns to lead the group as
artistic director and soloist.
Listen to encore broadcasts of
2021–2022 season highlights, including the
Gateways Music Festival Orchestra with Jon
Batiste, John Williams conducting his original
film scores, The Cleveland Orchestra, the
Galilee Chamber Orchestra with Joshua Bell, and
more. Stream these programs now, before the
2022–2023 season of Carnegie Hall Live begins
on September 29.
There has never been a better time
to become a member. Join today to support
Carnegie Hall. Members enjoy exclusive
benefits, including priority ticket on-sale
periods, event invites, discounts, and special
offers throughout the year.
NYO Jazz Lead Donors: Hope and Robert F. Smith,
Marina Kellen French and the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen
Foundation, The Kovner Foundation, and Beatrice Santo Domingo.
Global Ambassadors: Michael ByungJu Kim and
Kyung Ah Park, Hope and Robert F. Smith, and Maggie and Richard
Major support has been provided by the Mercedes
T. Bass Charitable Corporation, Ronald E. Blaylock and Petra
Pope, Estate of Joan Eliasoph, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony B. Evnin
and the A.E. Charitable Foundation, Clive and Anya Gillinson,
Marc Haas Foundation, Melanie and Jean E. Salata, Sarah
Billinghurst Solomon and Howard Solomon, and Joyce and George
Wein Foundation, Inc.
Additional support has been provided by the
Alphadyne Foundation, Sarah Arison, Stella and Robert Jones,
Martha and Robert Lipp, Lauren and Ezra Merkin, Beth and Joshua
Nash, Linda Wachner, David S. Winter, and Judy Francis Zankel.
Auditorium / Perelman Stage by Jeff Goldberg / Esto, Nézet-Séguin
by Hans van der Woerd, Trifonov by Dario Acosta / DG, Bernstein
courtesy of Unitel, Feinstein by Stephen Sorokoff, Max M. and
Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center by Sarah Smarch, The MET
Orchestra by Chris Lee, NYO2 and Horn by Fadi Kheir.