Carnegie Hall

★★★★★
  • 881 7th Ave

    New York, NY 10019

    Cross street: 57th Street

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  • 212-247-7800

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Practice, practice, practice! It's the world famous concert hall where you can hear the giants of our time perform classical music. You are guaranteed to hear spectacular performances in this tradition and beautifully build concert hall. From vocals to cello to symphonies to choral music, Carnegie hall has it all. The prices of concerts can be quite expensive, but you could get lucky and find some bargain tickets. You must check it out!

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Practice, practice, practice! It's the world famous concert hall where you can hear the giants of our time perform classical music. You are guaranteed to hear spectacular performances in this tradition and beautifully build concert hall. From vocals to cello to symphonies to choral music, Carnegie hall has it all. The prices of concerts can be quite expensive, but you could get lucky and find some bargain tickets. You must check it out!

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There is a famous joke: "How can I get to Carnegie Hall? - Practice, practice, practice." Luckily for people who love music, there's an easier way to get there: just take the subway.

I've had the good fortune to see a few classical performances and a few rock acts such as Ani DiFranco and REM at this amazing venue. It was built for classical music, with acoustics in mind, but it also suits other types of music. Hearing Michael Stipe's voice reverberate off the acoustically perfect space of the venue is surreal.

The prices vary based on the acts. I've seen some unexpectedly cheap performances there, sometimes for as little as $20 - which for a venue of this stature is pretty amazing. The venue has three seating levels, but the highest - which is also the cheapest - is very high. The acoustics there are still perfect, but if you are watching a visual act like a dance performance or a rock group, it's hard to see from there.

But aside from that, the experience is always World Class!

PROS: Amazing acoustics
CONS: The cheapest level is too high for visual performances

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★★★★★

There is a famous joke: "How can I get to Carnegie Hall? - Practice, practice, practice." Luckily for people who love music, there's an easier way to get there: just take the subway.

I've had the good fortune to see a few classical performances and a few rock acts such as Ani DiFranco and REM at this amazing venue. It was built for classical music, with acoustics in mind, but it also suits other types of music. Hearing Michael Stipe's voice reverberate off the acoustically perfect space of the venue is surreal.

The prices vary based on the acts. I've seen some unexpectedly cheap performances there, sometimes for as little as $20 - which for a venue of this stature is pretty amazing. The venue has three seating levels, but the highest - which is also the cheapest - is very high. The acoustics there are still perfect, but if you are watching a visual act like a dance performance or a rock group, it's hard to see from there.

But aside from that, the experience is always World Class!

PROS: Amazing acoustics
CONS: The cheapest level is too high for visual performances

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