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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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At the age of 15, Odin Rathnam himself performed as a soloist at Carnegie Recital Hall.
Mary Jane Rupert (harp), praised by The New York Times as exhibiting "indeed real sensitivity," has performed throughout the world from Carnegie Recital Hall to the Beijing Concert Hall.
Ruiz and his company sponsored scores of young artists from 1972 to 2009 by awarding them debut recitals in Carnegie Recital Hall (now Weill Recital Hall), which would usually result in a review by The New York Times.
Hannigan made his New York debut in Carnegie Recital Hall in 1984.
However, since that is not always the case with performers, my debut at New York's Carnegie Recital Hall was probably the most professionally satisfying because of its prestige and positive responses.
He has won several prizes including one which gave him a recital at Carnegie Recital Hall. In 2006, he participated in a TV-Documentary Young musicians on their way to the stage.
Winners of the competition are: Senior Division, Avan Yu, 20, Canada, $15,000 grand prize plus Carnegie Recital Hall debut; Tian Lu, 22, China, $10,000 second prize; Peggy Pei-zhang Sung, 22, Hong Kong, $5,000 third prize; Lishan Xue, 22, China, and Fang Zhang, 29, China, Honorable Mention, $2,500 each.
Throughout his career he has played at such prestigious places such as Aeolian Hall and Carnegie Recital Hall in New York City, and the Garden State Arts Center in New Jersey.

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