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  • Subscriber Ticket Exchange | Carnegie Hall
    life can get hectic and your best laid plans to attend all the world class concerts in your series can go astray You can easily exchange your tickets without an added fee in person or by mail for any other Carnegie Hall Corporation event with the exception of Family Concerts during the season of your subscription Although we cannot guarantee that the specific event you want will be available we will do our best to accommodate you If the new seats cost more than those being exchanged we will charge you for the difference If the assigned seats are of a lesser value you will receive a refund for the difference or you can donate it to Carnegie Hall Exchange Tickets in Person Visit the Box Office on 57th Street and Seventh Avenue Monday through Saturday from 11 AM to 6 PM and Sunday from 12 PM to 6 PM up to two business days before the concert date Unfortunately we cannot make exchanges during the two hours before any concert Exchange Tickets by Mail Complete the exchange form and mail it along with the tickets to be exchanged to Carnegie Hall Subscription Exchange 881 Seventh Avenue New York NY 10019 We must receive your request at least two business days before the concert date of the tickets you are exchanging If not or if you do not fill out the form completely we can only accept your tickets as a donation and you will receive a donation receipt Please allow at least seven business days for us to receive your tickets We will mail your new tickets to you or if we processed your request with less than 10 days before the concert you can pick them up at the Box Office Contact Us Online Subscriptions Office subscriptions carnegiehall
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/Subscriber-Ticket-Exchange/ (2013-01-13)


  • Gillinson, Clive 2011 2012 The 2011-2012 Season An Introduction | Carnegie Hall
    Hall Donate Now Become a Member Gala Events Notables Major Gifts Corporate Giving Foundations Public Support Volunteer Video Library Email The 2011 2012 Season An Introduction Clive Gillinson introduces the 2011 12 season Related Content JapanNYC An Introduction Carnegie Hall s 2010 2011 Season Video Video Library Online Resource Center Online Resource Center Home Blog Blog Home Calendar Calendar Carnegie Hall Home About the Music History Blog Video The Academy
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Video/Video.aspx?id=4294969942 (2013-01-13)

  • 2012-2013 Series List | Carnegie Hall
    class pianists or four stellar jazz artists A subscription guarantees you will have tickets plus a host of other benefits Categories Orchestras Selected Refinements Categories Orchestras Clear all Displaying 11 15 of 15 results The MET Orchestra The renowned orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera boldly leaves the opera pit behind to showcase its versatility on the concert stage Newly appointed Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leads the ensemble in works by Beethoven and Stravinsky in a series that also includes lauded soprano Eva Maria Westbroek legendary pianists Yefim Bronfman and Evgeny Kissin and noted guest conductor Semyon Bychkov Choral Classics Discover choral masterworks that shine a light on vocal artistry on an international scale Robert Spano captures the American spirit in a program that includes works by Bernstein and Copland Gustavo Dudamel conducts a program of 20th and 21st century works by Latin American composers and Osvaldo Golijov s spirited La Pasión según San Marcos is interpreted by members of Schola Cantorum de Venezuela and New York City high school choristers The Three Bs Bold Brash Breathtaking This series showcases the monumental works of quintessential composers of classical music Beethoven Bach and Brahms Daniel Barenboim leads the West Eastern Divan Orchestra through two of Beethoven s beloved symphonies Iván Fischer enlightens Bach s stirring St Matthew Passion with the Orchestra of St Luke s and violinist Lisa Batiashvili joins the Staatskapelle Dresden for Brahms s Violin Concerto Orchestras on Thursdays Spend your Thursday evenings with emotionally charged orchestral works performed by three of the top US orchestras The symphonies of Mahler are on full display when the Boston Symphony Orchestra interprets his expansive Third and the San Francisco Symphony performs his moving Ninth This series also includes The Philadelphia Orchestra in a program of works by Ravel Shostakovich and the New
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/2012-2013-Series-List/?sel=-10737418418_10737418420&page=2 (2013-01-13)

  • 2012-2013 Series List | Carnegie Hall
    The Carnegie Hall Story Timeline Slide Shows Carnegie Hall Archives History FAQ Blog Shop Support the Hall Donate Now Become a Member Gala Events Notables Major Gifts Corporate Giving Foundations Public Support Volunteer Home Calendar Tickets Series List 2012 2013 Season 2012 2013 Subscription Series Imagine hearing four of the world s great orchestras at Carnegie Hall and all from the same great seat Or you might choose three world class pianists or four stellar jazz artists A subscription guarantees you will have tickets plus a host of other benefits Categories Recitals Selected Refinements Categories Recitals Clear all Displaying 11 11 of 11 results Vocal Trio Some of the world s best operatic voices converge on the Carnegie Hall stage for captivating performances that spotlight their vocal fireworks and unmatched artistry The dazzling Joyce DiDonato performs arias from Baroque operas sung by royal characters Magdalena Kožená is joined by Yefim Bronfman to interpret traditional repertoire and new works and Dmitri Hvorostovsky performs a spirited program of works by his fellow Russian comrades 1 2 Carnegie Hall Home About the Music History Blog Video The Academy The Shop Calendar Tickets Monthly Calendar Buy Tickets Subscriptions Student Tickets Ticketing Policies Gift Certificates
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/2012-2013-Series-List/?sel=-10737418418_10737418421&page=2 (2013-01-13)

  • Signatures | Carnegie Hall
    Listen Zankel Hall Performers Gabriel Kahane Piano Reed Organ Guitar and Vocals Shara Worden Reed Organ Guitar and Vocals Brooklyn Rider Johnny Gandelsman Violin Colin Jacobsen Violin Nicholas Cords Viola Eric Jacobsen Cello Program GABRIEL KAHANE Come On All You Ghosts YOTAM HABER Once The Ocean Takes You RYAN ADAMS Sylvia Plath TRAD O Waly Waly arr Benjamin Britten CHRIS THILE The Only Interesting Thing SCHUMANN Ich grolle nicht Op 48 No 7 from Dichterliebe CEE LO GREEN F k You ANDREW NORMAN Don t Even Listen IVES Tom Sails Away KERN The Folks Who Live on the Hill from High Wide and Handsome GABRIEL KAHANE The Fiction Issue World Premiere commissioned by Carnegie Hall GABRIEL KAHANE Songs from Where are the Arms Winter Song Charming Disease Merritt Pkwy Where are the Arms Last Dance Encore GABRIEL KAHANE Goodnight to the Boardinghouse from February House More Living a double life as a composer by day and a singer songwriter by night Gabriel Kahane explores connections between classical and popular song forms to explode the notion that these bodies of work should be treated differently Kahane s program in Zankel Hall combines his own works Come on All You Ghosts selections from Where are the Arms and the world premiere of a new work commissioned by Carnegie Hall with songs by composers who range from Ives and Schumann to Andrew Norman and Cee Lo Green This concert is part of My Time My Music Merritt Parkway Gabriel Kahane Sound Records Tuesday Nov 27 2012 8 PM Ely Guerra Eugenia León Tania Libertad A Tribute to Chavela Vargas Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage Performers Ely Guerra Vocalist Eugenia León Vocalist Tania Libertad Vocalist Program Three of today s most exciting female singers join forces for the first time to pay tribute to the
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/2012-2013-Season/Signatures/ (2013-01-13)

  • Voices from Brazil | Carnegie Hall
    s a Subscription T he Carnegie Hall Experience What We Offer Brochure and Forms Request Printed Brochure Download Brochure PDF Download Season at a Glance PDF Download Order Form PDF Questions Call CarnegieCharge 212 247 7800 Daily 8 AM 8 PM Series Events Thursday Nov 29 2012 8 30 PM Carlos Malta and Pife Muderno Nicolas Krassik and Cordestinos with Friends Music from Northeastern Brazil Zankel Hall Performers Pife Muderno Carlos Malta Pifes Flutes Soprano Saxophone and Musical Direction Andrea Ernest Dias Pifes and Flutes Marcos Suzano Pandeiro Bernardo Aguiar Pandeiro Durval Pereira Zabumba and Pandeiro Oscar Bolão Cymbals Triangle and Pandeiro Nicolas Krassik and Cordestinos Nicolas Krassik Violin and Rabeca Marcos Moletta Rabeca Guto Wirtti Electric Bass Chris Mourão Percussion Carlos César Percussion with Special Guest Gilberto Gil Program In this double bill legendary flutist and improviser Carlos Malta brings Pife Muderno to play traditional flute and drum music while Cordestinos led by virtuoso violinist Nicolas Krassik celebrates lively folk and contemporary musical trends with several surprise guests En este concierto doble el flautista legendario e improvisador Carlos Malta presenta a Pife Muderno también flautista e intérprete de la música tradicional de tambor Por su parte Cordestinos dirigido por el virtuoso violinista Nicolas Krassik ofrece una muestra de las tendencias contemporáneas musicales más animadas y populares acompañado de varios músicos invitados sorpresa Neste programa duplo o flautista e improvisador lendário Carlos Malta traz Pife Muderno para tocar flauta e tambores tradicionais enquanto que Cordestinos regidos pelo gênio violinista Nicolas Krassik celebram tendências musicais folclóricas e contemporâneas com vários convidados surpresa Barrigada Carlos Malta Flute Pife Muderno Percussion Rob Wednesday Dec 5 2012 8 30 PM Arnaldo Antunes Orquestra Imperial Zankel Hall Performers Arnaldo Antunes Orquestra Imperial Program A double bill of contrasts from Brazil Orquestra Imperial a retro chic homage to big bands from the 1950s plays sambas and other dance classics while poet and singer songwriter Arnaldo Antunes s hypnotically quirky vision of contemporary MPB música popular brasileira is on display in a set with his five piece band En este concierto doble se muestran los contrastes de Brasil la Orquesta Imperial en un homenaje retro chic a las grandes bandas de la década de 1950 interpreta sambas y otros clásicos de baile mientras que la visión hipnótica y extravagante del poeta cantante y compositor Arnaldo Antunes de la música popular brasileña MPB se podrá escuchar en un set acompañado de su quinteto Um programa duplo revelando os contrastes do Brasil a Orquestra Imperial uma homenagem retro chic às big bands dos anos 50 tocará samba e outros clássicos dançantes enquanto que a visão hipnótica e extravagante de MPB de Arnaldo Antunes será apresentada em um quinteto Supermercado Do Amor Orquestra Imperial Totolo Series Quick Picks Orchestras International Festival of Orchestras I International Festival of Orchestras II International Festival of Orchestras III Concertos Plus Great American Orchestras I Great American Orchestras II Weekends at Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall Classics The Philadelphia Orchestra Orchestra of St Luke s The
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/2012-2013-Season/Voices-from-Brazil/ (2013-01-13)

  • Voices from Venezuela | Carnegie Hall
    José Carli ABREU Tico Tico no fubá arr Jhon Iveson AGUIRRE Amalia arr Fernando Ruiz GIANCARLO CASTRO Walking Faster FÉLIX MENDOZA Guerra de secciones Encores GERSHWIN I Got Rhythm TRAD O Come all ye Faithful More BLAZING BRASS MEETS BERNSTEIN S MAMBO The Venezuelan Brass Ensemble drawn from the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra opens the Venezuelan celebration at Carnegie Hall with an evening of exuberant music making that features works from Latin America and beyond Con el Ensamble de Metales de Venezuela cuyos integrantes fueron seleccionados de la Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar comienza en el Carnegie Hall la celebración a Venezuela con una velada en la que destaca una creación musical exuberante de América Latina y más allá O Conjunto de Metais da Venezuela da Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar abre a celebração venezuelana no Carnegie Hall com uma noite de música exuberante que exibe trabalhos da América Latina e de outros lugares Monday Dec 10 2012 8 PM Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage Performers Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela Gustavo Dudamel Music Director and Conductor Program CHÁVEZ Sinfonía india ORBÓN Tres versiones sinfónicas REVUELTAS La noche de los Mayas Encores ARTURO MÁRQUEZ La Conga del Fuego Nuevo GUTIERREZ Alma Llanera BERNSTEIN Mambo from West Side Story More This energetic group of young Venezuelans and its acclaimed conductor Gustavo Dudamel were a hit when they made their New York premiere at Carnegie Hall in 2007 On this program they perform works by some of Latin America s finest 20th century composers including a suite of lusty wild music by Silvestre Revueltas Este grupo energético de jóvenes venezolanos y su aclamado director Gustavo Dudamel debutó con gran éxito en el Carnegie Hall en 2007 En esta ocasión su presentación incluye obras de algunos de los mejores compositores de América Latina del siglo XX entre ellas una suite energética e impetuosa de Silvestre Revueltas Este grupo energético de jovens venezuelanos e seu reconhecido maestro Gustavo Dudamel foi um sucesso na sua estreia em Nova York no Carnegie Hall em 2007 Neste programa eles tocam obras de alguns dos melhores compositores do século XX na América Latina incluindo uma suíte de música cheia de vitalidade e energia de Silvestre Revueltas Revueltas s Sensemayá Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela Gustavo Dudamel Music Director and Conductor Deutsche Grammophon Tuesday Dec 11 2012 8 PM Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage Performers Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela Gustavo Dudamel Music Director and Conductor Idwer Álvarez Tenor Gaspar Colón Baritone Westminster Symphonic Choir Joe Miller Conductor Program ESTEBAN BENZECRY Chaac Maya Water God from Rituales Amerindios VILLA LOBOS Chôros No 10 ESTÉVEZ Cantata criolla Encores GINASTERA Malambo from Estancia BERNSTEIN Mambo from West Side Story GUTIERREZ Alma Llanera More The charismatic Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela thrill audiences worldwide with their ecstatic energy and contagious enthusiasm On this concert they dive into the deep wells of Latin America s classical music
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/2012-2013-Season/Voices-from-Venezuela/ (2013-01-13)

  • Great Operas in Concert | Carnegie Hall
    Hall Experience What We Offer Brochure and Forms Request Printed Brochure Download Brochure PDF Download Season at a Glance PDF Download Order Form PDF Questions Call CarnegieCharge 212 247 7800 Daily 8 AM 8 PM Series Events Sunday Feb 24 2013 2 PM The English Concert Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage Performers The English Concert Harry Bicket Conductor David Daniels Countertenor Radamisto Brenda Rae Soprano Polissena Joélle Harvey Soprano Tigrane Patricia Bardon Mezzo Soprano Zenobia Luca Pisaroni Bass Baritone Tiridate David Kravitz Baritone Farasmane Program HANDEL Radamisto concert performance More David Daniels triumphs as Radamisto declared Anthony Tommasini of The New York Times after hearing the countertenor at the Santa Fe Opera Luca Pisaroni as the volatile antagonist was positively charismatic Daniels and Pisaroni both reprise their roles here at Carnegie Hall joined by The English Concert under Harry Bicket in a concert performance of Handel s opera of lust revenge and the power of virtue Thursday Mar 14 2013 7 PM A Streetcar Named Desire Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage Performers Renée Fleming Soprano Blanche Susanna Phillips Soprano Stella Teddy Tahu Rhodes Baritone Stanley Anthony Dean Griffey Tenor Mitch Jane Bunnell Mezzo Soprano Eunice Andrew Bidlack Tenor Young Collector Dominic Armstrong Tenor Steve Orchestra of St Luke s Patrick Summers Conductor Brad Dalton Director Additional artists to be announced Program ALL ANDRÉ PREVIN PROGRAM A Streetcar Named Desire semi staged performance NY Premiere More Renée Fleming as part of her Perspectives residency at Carnegie Hall this season is joined by an all star cast for André Previn s acclaimed opera A Streetcar Named Desire based on the play by Tennessee Williams The work premiered at the San Francisco Opera in 1998 with Fleming in the lead role of Blanche The San Francisco Chronicle said of her performance Fleming was the Blanche
    http://www.carnegiehall.org/Subscriptions/2012-2013-Season/Great-Operas-in-Concert/ (2013-01-13)