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Plan your Fall Season with these Carnegie Hall Events

Spectacular Carnegie Hall events and performances for the upcoming season

Carnegie Hall events

Carnegie Hall events have been entertaining crowds since the very first performance by Franz Rummel in 1891 who performed in the lower-level Recital Hall where Zankel Hall is today. Throughout the years, Carnegie Hall has welcomed world-renowned artists and will continue to do so with a brand new season of performances for 2017-2018.

Some of the highlights of this year’s Carnegie Hall events

The 2017–2018 Season Launches with Gala Performance by Yannick Nézet-Séguin and The Philadelphia Orchestra, Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s Birthday. Jazz artist Chick Corea will join world-renowned pianist Lang Lang as featured soloists at Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala concert October 4 and perform a two-piano arrangement of Gershwin’s jazz-influenced Rhapsody in Blue.

On October 27, guests will be treated to the sounds of Grammy Award winning Rickie Lee Jones. That same date, the New York Pops begin their 25th season at Carnegie Hall with a special anniversary concert.

To celebrate the holiday season, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is performed on December 15 and 16, two holiday concerts featuring special guest Megan Hilty.

The season continues with some amazing concerts through 2018.

Make a night of it! We invite you to plan ahead and stay just steps from Carnegie Hall at The Manhattan Club.

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