Carnegie Hall announced programming for its 2021–2022 season, sharing plans to reopen its landmark concert venue to the general public in October 2021. The new season will consist of more than 100 performances presented on Carnegie Hall’s three stages and across New York City, plus a wide range of music education and social impact programming created by the Hall’s Weill Music Institute. Presented from October through June, the season will include appearances by many of the world’s greatest artists and ensembles encompassing classical, jazz, and popular music.
Carnegie Hall announces 2021-2022 season, reopening to the general public in October
Source: Carnegie HallJuly/16/2021
Programming highlights include exciting Perspectives series curated by two renowned artists—pianist and composer Jon Batiste and violinist Leonidas Kavakos; and the appointment of MacArthur Fellow and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Julia Wolfe to hold the Richard and Barbara Debs Composer’s Chair. The Hall’s next citywide festival—Afrofuturism—will take place in February–March 2022 with festival programming to be created by Carnegie Hall and leading cultural organizations from New York City and beyond.
For more information, visit https://www.carnegiehall.org/Events/Highlights.