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  Carnegie Hall
Address: 881 Seventh Avenue
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Oct-09-15 02:00 PM Open Working Rehearsal: The New York Pops Observe some of the world's greatest musicians as they prepare for a Carnegie Hall performance! Open Working Rehearsals are exclusive member-only events open to Carnegie Hall Friends members at the Friend ($100) level and up, Notables at the Supporter ($500) level and up, and Patrons only. Rehearsal passes are complimentary with membership; please call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 to order your passes. Rehearsal passes are now available.

Join The New York Pops for an evening honoring the timeless music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, whose work has captured the hearts of music lovers for generations.Join The New York Pops for an evening honoring the timeless music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, whose work has captured the hearts of music lovers for generations.
Oct-09-15 07:30 PM Vincent Lyn and Wouter Kellerman in Concert Composer and jazz pianist Vincent Lyn and 2015 Grammy Award-winning flutist Wouter Kellerman join together again, after their performance in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall last year. Vincent’s trio and Wouter’s South African quartet perform a collaboration of music in a variety of styles, including new age, world, jazz, bossa nova, Afro-Cuban, and contemporary classical. This concert is presented in recognition of James Kofi Annan, protecting and empowering the lives of young people.
Oct-09-15 08:00 PM New York Pops
Oct-10-15 02:00 PM SHEN YUN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - 2015 Discover an enchanting new sound that touches the soul. Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra performs original compositions featuring ancient Chinese instruments leading the melody on top of a full Western orchestra. The concert also features the world’s top Chinese tenors and sopranos, as well as Western classics from Tchaikovsky, Rimsey-Korsakov and Sarasate. “Beautiful sound… strikingly intricate melodies.” -NYTheatre.com “A pleasure to the ear” -Opera Online “Lifting, meditative music.” -Denver Post “Absolutely perfect music." -Brooklyn View “The best! The best! The best!” -Charles Wadsworth, founding artistic director, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Oct-10-15 02:00 PM Shen Yun
Oct-10-15 08:30 PM Saturday with Sinatra If you like Sinatra and big band, this is the place for you. Every Saturday night, Steven Maglio and the 11 piece Stan Rubin Orchestra play to a packed house. Cocktails and finger food, SMOKING PERMITTED! Longest running cabaret show in New York, celebrating ten years and 1000 shows 02/21/15.
Oct-10-15 08:00 PM Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra Using traditional Chinese instruments in a Western orchestra, the Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra blends Eastern and Western musical disciplines, performing music that evokes the elegance of ladies at an imperial court and traditional dance rhythms from Tibetan plateaus. Shen Yun performs original compositions that draw upon five millennia of culture and legends, with solos by Chinese tenors and sopranos. Concert highlights also include Western masterpieces by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Sarasate.
Oct-11-15 03:00 PM Maurizio Pollini When Maurizio Pollini concluded his Carnegie Hall recital last season, the audience spontaneously rose to its feet, roaring with excitement. He played four encores that afternoon, each finding "Mr. Pollini at his greatest, and more” (The New York Times), adding another chapter to the remarkable story of his brilliant career. “The dean of living pianists” (The Boston Globe) brings his tremendous intellect, sensitivity, and virtuosity to everything he plays.
Oct-12-15 02:00 PM Senior Concert Orchestra of New York The Senior Concert Orchestra of New York is an ensemble comprised of senior musicians who are veterans of major symphony and opera orchestras nationwide, including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. The orchestra is a project of the Senior Musicians Association of New York, which has nearly 3,000 active, honorary, and emeritus members. The ensemble sponsors free concerts at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, and a series of performances throughout the boroughs. The orchestra also holds the annual Waldo Mayo Violin Competition, selecting a young violinist to appear as soloist in concert under Maestro David Gilbert.
Oct-13-15 08:00 PM The Philadelphia Orchestra These works reflect aspects each composer’s homeland, seen through the prism of music. Sibelius claimed the sight of magnificent swans in flight over his home inspired the glorious climax to his Fifth Symphony, while Bartók reached back to the roots of Hungarian folk music for parts of his Violin Concerto No. 2. Grieg’s atmospheric music for Peer Gynt, a legend-inspired play by Ibsen, is filled with the mists and magic of Norway’s past, including the ever-popular “In the Hall of the Mountain King.”