As Carnegie Hall prepares to kick off its much-anticipated 2021/2022 season, the Hall announced new concert offerings that have been added to its schedule, including a complete Beethoven symphony cycle by Yannick Nézet-Séguin and The Philadelphia Orchestra presented over five concerts, which will be launched with the Hall’s Opening Night celebration on October 6. Just-announced concerts in coming months also include exciting performances by Angélique Kidjo, Pedrito Martinez, Orchestra of St. Luke’s with Bernard Labadie, and the return of The MET Orchestra Chamber Ensemble as well as The Eyes of the World: From D-Day to VE Day, a musically driven multimedia production created by historian and narrator John Monsky that tells the dramatic story of the last 11 months of World War II.
Carnegie Hall announces new programming additions for 2021/2022 season
Source: Carnegie HallSeptember/03/2021
These events are part of the Hall’s 2021–2022 season line-up that includes more than 100 performances presented on the Hall’s three stages and across New York City, including appearances by many of the world’s greatest artists and ensembles encompassing classical, jazz, and popular music.
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