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The cornerstone of the building we know today was laid in 1890, by Andrew Carnegie. 25 years later, it became one of the most important stages in the world for great music, as well as for theater, and intertwined itself with the history of the United States, as thought of by Andrew Carnegie. From the British tenor – Ian Bostridge, to the remarkable Fado singer – Marisa, to the early vocalists - Trio Mediaeval, singers from every genre have performed on the three great stages of Carnegie Hall.
Carnegie Hall allows you a great opportunity to see the performances of great performers from all over the world in one single season. Carnegie Hall tickets are always at a premium, and you can use our guaranteed services to obtain tickets for the performances of your choice. One Great Hall – Three Great StagesCarnegie Hall has three great stages:
Isaac Stern Auditorium – This largest hall was designed by architect and cellist William Burnett Tuthill, and opened in 1891. Since then, it has displayed the performances of the world’s greatest soloists, conductors, and ensembles. The hall was named the Isaac Stern Auditorium in 1996, and the stage was named the Ronald O. Perelman Family Stage in 2006. The Hall has hosted important jazz events, historic lectures, and noted educational forums over the years. Renovated in 1986, the hall has 5 levels of seating and can accommodate up to 2,804.
Joan and Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall – With a seating capacity of 268 people, this auditorium is appropriate for recitals, chamber music concerts, symposia, discussions, master classes, and the like. The hall was known as the Chamber Music Hall until 1986, when it was renamed in honor of the Chairman of the Board of Carnegie Hall, Sanford I. Weill, and his wife, Joan.
Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall – This hall was originally known as the Recital Hall in 1891, and was located under the Main Hall. It was leased to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1895, and until 1960 was used as a theater by various groups, when it was converted into a cinema. By 1997, a construction process was started to create an auditorium to seat 599 persons. The hall was opened in Sep 2003, and was named in honor of the Carnegie Hall Vice Chairman Arthur Zankel and his wife, Judy.Tickets At Carnegie Hall
Tickets for the performances at all the three halls of Carnegie Hall can be purchased from the box office. Students are offered special priced tickets through the Rush Ticket program and the Student Subscription program, at only $15 a ticket. Students Rush tickets for select performances are available for $10.
A limited number of Carnegie Hall tickets for partial view seats are also available on first come first served basis. This offer is available for select performances in the Isaac Stern Auditorium only.
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