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Salle: Carnegie Hall, New York City

Fichier de données
Adresse881 7th Ave, New York,
New York City
NY NY 10019
États-Unis
Capacité2804
ContainsStern Auditorium/Perelman Stage
Weill Recital Hall
Zankel Hall
Resnick Education Wing
Google maps40° 45' 54.058" N 73° 58' 47.640" W
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At Carnegie Hall Ax, Kavakos and Ma celebrate Beethoven and Stern

Leonidas Kavakos, Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma © Jennifer Taylor
For a group of instrumentalists that seldom play together, the level of rhythmic, timbral and, most important, conceptual coordination was amazing.

Brahms' German Requiem proves to be timeless as ever in new edition

Kent Tritle conducting the Oratorio Society of New York © Tim Dwight
The revisions were minor, but the Requiem remained a fitting work for a modern metropolis: reverent, mysterious, a little bit distant but a powerful prayer for peace.

Gerstein emphasizes the importance of flexible minds, not only fingers

Kirill Gerstein at Zankel Hall © Fadi Kheir
In his Zankel Hall recital, Gerstein underlined with purposeful clarity the fecundating power of just a few thematic ideas.

Jörg Widmann's somber humor at Carnegie Hall

Jörg Widmann © Richard Termine
In fragments and miniatures, the ensemble pieces were most satisfying, allowing Widmann not to build arguments but define subjects by contrast, showing a quick wit and a flair for suspense. 

DiDonato sees Winterreise through Charlotte's eyes

Joyce DiDonato sings Winterreise © 2019 Chris Lee
DiDonato has always asked herself what happens to Charlotte after Werther’s suicide; now she pondered another young woman’s fate – her key to Winterreise was from the Mädchen’s viewpoint.

Jörg Widmann leads the Irish Chamber Orchestra in an eclectic program

Jörg Widmann and the Irish Chamber Orchestra © Stephanie Berger
Soprano Claron McFadden's pellucid voice tremendously contributed to the structural and sonic richness of Widmann's Versuch über die Fuge.

Muti and the CSO bring out the operatic in Prokofiev

Riccardo Muti conducts at Carnegie Hall © Todd Rosenberg Photography
A decade after Riccardo Muti was appointed CSO’s Music Director, the chemistry between conductor and ensemble couldn’t be more evident.

Chicago Symphony ranges from insipid to extraordinary at Carnegie Hall

Joyce DiDonato and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall © Todd Rosenberg Photography
A sublime performance of Berlioz' La Mort de Cléopâtre by Joyce DiDonato, Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra overshadows the rest of a Rome-inspired concert at Carnegie Hall.