From Tchaikovsky to Terry Riley, Fats to Dylan: immerse yourself in iconic images from across the 120-year history of the world's most famous concert venue.
Carnegie Hall celebrates its 120th anniversary today. From its origins as a showpiece of industrialist Andrew Carnegie's philanthropy to its status now as one of the finest concert venues, this hall became a mecca for classical, jazz and pop artists — and fans — from all over the world. Archival images, collected in the new book Carnegie Hall Treasures, trace this incredible history.
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