Carnegie Hall

About Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall's mission is to present extraordinary music and musicians on the three stages of this legendary hall, to bring the transformative power of music to the widest possible audience, to provide visionary education programs, and to foster the future of music through the cultivation of new works, artists and audiences.

Since it opened in 1891, Carnegie Hall has set the international standard for musical excellence as the aspirational destination for the world’s finest artists. From Tchaikovsky, Dvořák, Mahler, and Bartók to George Gershwin, Billie Holiday, Benny Goodman, Judy Garland, and The Beatles, an honor roll of music-making artists representing the finest of every genre has filled Carnegie Hall throughout the years.

its remarkable architectural design and incredible legacy have made Carnegie Hall a national historic landmark and vital cultural center.

Before Andrew Carnegie commissioned him to build one, New York City architect William Burnet Tuthill had never designed a concert hall. Clearly, his lack of experience was no detriment: Not only did Tuthill conceive an elegant building, but his work also—and most notably—gave Carnegie Hall its legendary sound.

Whatever your event, no matter the size or function, you won't find a better venue to present your best. It's time for your Carnegie Hall debut or your return appearance.


Production Assistant

June 2018 - August 2018 New York City, NY
“The opportunity to meet new people and be surrounded by amazing musicians! It was an awesome experience and exposed me to many areas of the music business with which I had not previously interacted. Also, the people at the Weill Music Institute in Carnegie Hall are wonderfully helpful and dedicated to their craft.”
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