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Address: 881 Seventh Avenue
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Sep-14-16 07:30 PM Glen Hansard
Sep-15-16 07:00 PM Donovan
Sep-16-16 08:00 PM Mariko Takahashi Japanese vocalist Mariko Takahashi has been performing for over 40 years. She recorded her first songs with the band Pedro and Capricious, and has since released over 60 albums as a solo artist. She has performed at Royal Albert Hall in London and the Convention and Exhibition Centre Grand Hall in Hong Kong, and now returns to Carnegie Hall for a third time.
Sep-18-16 08:00 PM 2016 Global Choir Concert of CBSN
Sep-20-16 07:30 PM Nadejda Vlaeva, Piano
Sep-21-16 02:00 PM The 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.
Sep-21-16 07:30 PM Music for a Sustainable Planet The International Conference on Sustainable Development presents the second annual "Music for a Sustainable Planet" concert featuring DJ Spooky and ÆON Music Ensemble, performing works in response to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As world leaders gather at the United Nations General Assembly on the theme ‘SDGs: a universal push to transform our world,’ the concert offers a musical interpretation of what is at stake and what is possible. Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, will offer opening remarks that contextualize the larger issues being faced by all of us as we work for a more sustainable future.
Sep-24-16 12:00 PM Fall Family Days Carnegie Hall celebrates families by offering free interactive and fun musical activities in its Resnick Education Wing. This season, families will explore the swinging world of jazz in the fall and discover classical music in the spring. Families have the opportunity to participate in songwriting workshops, turn everyday objects into musical instruments in a digital sound playground, join in on sing-alongs, and build instruments and play them in an ensemble. There will also be opportunities to take in performances. RSVP is required.
Sep-24-16 08:00 PM Frederica von Stade, Mezzo-Soprano Mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade leads a cast of opera and musical theater performers, together with the Sing The World Choir, conducted by Dr. Jonathon Welch AM and Dr. Kathleen McGuire. Street Requiem aims to bring a sense of peace, remembrance, and hope to communities struggling to come to terms with street violence, war, and a loss of safety. The composers utilize gospel, Celtic, neo-Romantic, neo-Baroque, indigenous, and contemporary genres and instrumentation to reflect the multicultural and multi-faith traditions of modern city living. This performance marks the work’s New York City premiere, and will help raise funds and awareness for the homeless.
Sep-25-16 12:00 PM Fall Family Days Carnegie Hall celebrates families by offering free interactive and fun musical activities in its Resnick Education Wing. This season, families will explore the swinging world of jazz in the fall and discover classical music in the spring. Families have the opportunity to participate in songwriting workshops, turn everyday objects into musical instruments in a digital sound playground, join in on sing-alongs, and build instruments and play them in an ensemble. There will also be opportunities to take in performances. RSVP is required.