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Selling Fast: All Performances @ Carnegie Hall Now Available


Audra McDonald by Allison Michael Orenstein

Audra McDonald


You Now Have Full Access to the 2022–2023 Season


Our 2022–2023 season celebrates the universal love of music, and there are world-class options for all tastes. Join us on September 29 for Opening Night with The Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, and Daniil Trifonov—or select any of your favorite performances from throughout the season.

Wondering where to start? Consider these popular selections:

  • Orchestras: Vienna Philharmonic, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
  • Pianists: Evgeny Kissin, Daniil Trifonov, Mitsuko Uchida, Igor Levit
  • Vocalists: Sondra Radvanovsky, Anne Sophie von Otter, Juan Diego Flórez, Renée Fleming
  • Pops: The New York Pops’ holiday concerts, Ledisi Sings Nina Simone, Audra McDonald, Michael Feinstein
  • Jazz: Helen Sung, Samora Pinderhughes, Somi, Marilyn Maye
  • Chamber: Itzhak Perlman and Friends, Kronos Quartet, The MET Orchestra Chamber Ensemble, Emerson String Quartet

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Season Selections



Janine Jansen by Marco Borggreve, Denis Kozhukhin by Marco Borggreve

Janine Jansen, Denis Kozhukhin


Wednesday, October 12, 8 PM


Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage



Janine Jansen is a violin virtuoso of rare sensitivity, whose sound on this very stage was praised as “one of astonishing power and beauty” (The New York Times). She is joined by pianist Denis Kozhukhin for a particularly well-loved Beethoven sonata of mesmerizing scope and difficulty, Brahms’s achingly lyrical Violin Sonata No. 3, and Schubert’s eminently tuneful “Duo” Sonata.


Gustavo Dudamel by Dustin Downing

Gustavo Dudamel


October 25 and 26



Gustavo Dudamel, Music and Artistic Director


The Los Angeles Philharmonic makes its long-anticipated return to Carnegie Hall with back-to-back concerts that feature orchestral staples and New York premieres. Joining Gustavo Dudamel and the orchestra are violin superstar Anne Akiko Meyers and María Dueñas, one of the violin’s rising talents.





Our Native Daughters by Jacob Blickenstaff

Our Native Daughters


Friday, November 4, 8 PM


Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage



Rhiannon Giddens, Banjo, Fiddle, and Vocals
Amythyst Kiah, Banjo, Guitar, and Vocals
Leyla McCalla, Banjo, Guitar, Cello, and Vocals
Allison Russell, Banjo, Clarinet, and Vocals


Perspectives artist Rhiannon Giddens teams up with kindred banjo players for Songs of Our Native Daughters, shining new light on African American women’s stories of struggle, resistance, and hope. Drawing from 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century sources, they reimagine our collective past and create new stories for our time with razor-sharp honesty.


Kirill Petrenko by Wilfried Hösl

Kirill Petrenko


November 10–12



Kirill Petrenko, Chief Conductor


Discover new sides to Mahler’s masterful Symphony No. 7, experience Andrew Norman’s explosive Unstuck, hear Korngold’s first and only full symphony, and enjoy Mozart’s First Violin Concerto, featuring first concertmaster Noah Bendix-Balgley.



The Berliner Philharmoniker Residency at Carnegie Hall is made possible by a leadership gift from Marina Kellen French and the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation.




Daniil Trifonov by Dario Acosta

Daniil Trifonov



Daniil Trifonov is a global phenomenon called “without question the most astounding pianist of our age” by London’s Times. During the 2022–2023 season he performs on Opening Night with The Philadelphia Orchestra, an anticipated solo recital, an intimate duo with violinist Joshua Bell, and with the National Symphony Orchestra.


Ray Chew

Ray Chew


Saturday, December 10, 8 PM


Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage



Regina Belle
Shirley Caesar
Erica Campbell
Jekalyn Carr
Val Chmerkovskiy
Anthony Hamilton
Donald Lawrence
Cantor Azi Schwartz
Richard Smallwood
Tye Tribbett
Ray Chew, Music Director
Additional artists to be announced


It’s always a thrilling experience to hear acclaimed composer, music director, and producer Ray Chew—along with co-producer Vivian Scott Chew—lead an uplifting evening of music, dance, and spoken word from diverse traditions. Amazing soloists and unique pairings will be accompanied by a 64-piece orchestra and a 150-voice multicultural choir, culminating in a special tribute to gospel great Richard Smallwood.





Judy Garland

Judy Garland


Saturday, December 12, 8 PM


Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage



Jessica Vosk
with Andy Karl
Mary-Mitchell Campbell
, Music Director and Piano
John Kinsner, Director


Created by John Kinsner and adapted for the concert stage by Thiago Tiberio, Get Happy celebrates the life and artistry of the legendary Judy Garland. On the heels of her sold-out Carnegie Hall concert last season, Broadway’s Jessica Vosk brings Garland’s unforgettable songbook back to life at the Hall, accompanied by rare performance footage and interviews.



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