Carnegie Hall


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Carnegie Hall

(ˈkɑːnəɡɪ)
n
(Placename) a famous concert hall in New York (opened 1891); endowed by Andrew Carnegie
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Judith Arron, 56, executive and artistic director of Carnegie Hall since 1986, died of breast cancer in Denver on December 18, 1998.
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As part of its centennial celebration, Carnegie Hall presented a unique educational outreach activity in collaboration with Learning Through Art, an independent, non-profit organization affiliated with the Solomon R.
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It was from a fundraiser held at Carnegie Hall in New York City for Music for Youth, a Springsteen supported organization, on April 5, 2007.
At the laying of Carnegie Hall's cornerstone in 1890, Andrew Carnegie said that "all good causes may here find a platform." At no time were those words better represented than in the 1960s when voices were raised in protest, singing out to be heard.
Wigmore Art Gallery has leased a space in Carnegie Hall Tower.
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A good mixture of American and Filipino audiences in the 2,804-seater Isaac Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall gave the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under Olivier Ochanine a rousing standing ovation Saturday night (June 18) in a historic debut in a highly revered venue.

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