Finally made it to Carnegie hall. Saw and listened to Israeli philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta. Gil,Shaham performed. Could not get over the tone coming at you. Seats are very uncomfortable but just a minor inconvenience
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On Monday of last week my wife and I went to Carnegie Hall in the afternoon to watch rehearsals for the Chinese National Philharmonic Orchestra. It was a very impressive experience. The audience was seated on the orchestra (ground) level of the hall. The lighting...More
I came here and took the 1 hour guided tour. Our tour guide, Genny was very knowledgeable and gave us much insight into the many famous entertainers that performed here over the 100 + years of CH’s existence. I took the Lincoln Center tour right...More
Carnegie Hall is a great place for a concert. It's a beautiful building and the acoustics are grand. Upper levels are a bit steep. So, if you are afraid of heights or suffer vertigo, you will want to purchase tickets at the lower levels. Virtually...More
I wouldn’t characterize the boxy bland exterior and the typical baroque theatrical concert hall attractive. But more importantly, the towering five level balcony Stern Auditorium and all 2804 seats come with Carnegie’s breathtaking signature acoustics. In a class of it’s own, it has been called...More
It's an old classic theater hall, Certainly one of the staples of tourist heaven around town. Some of the seating is a bit tight for sure, and definitely watch your limited view seats. The sound is decent, and the place is fairly due for some...More
I'va passed Carnegie Hall with awe numerous times, but never ever set foot inside. On a recent trip to New York, however, I checked out what was playing, and lo and behold, the night before flying back to Europe the Philadelphia Symphonic Orchestra was giving...More
Nothing beautiful here. Very common. Acoustics actually poor. Some very rude staff. These are people with their noses in the air and heads in the air . Clueless!
In April, I got to achieve my lifelong dream. I got to perform on stage at Carnegie Hall. I could feel the presence of all the great people who have performed on the stage before me. It was such an emotional, indescribable experience. The staff...More
It was a cold day in NY and we were looking for something fun and interesting to do while staying warm. This was a very interesting tour, only wish they would have brought us back stage.
We're glad that you enjoyed the tour and were able to stay warm!