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“When Ms. Fleming [] was at the height of her spectacular career ... she sometimes told reporters she fantasized about a quiet life in the suburbs ... Now that the pandemic has mandated that life, how does she like it?” Read more:
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Tituss Burgess () performs “Do You Want to Dance” during the inaugural episode of Live with Carnegie Hall on April 14, 2020:
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Carnegie Hall Aug 6
LISTEN NOW: Experience cellist and pianist ’s 2019 New York recital debut! Hear works by Beethoven, Lutosławski, Barber, and Rachmaninoff in tonight’s rebroadcast.
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Carnegie Hall Aug 6
Eleanor Roosevelt appeared at 14 times between 1930 in 1960. On this day—August 6—in 1945, she spoke at a rally sponsored by the Congress of Industrial Organizations to welcome a delegation of Soviet trade unionists who were touring the US.
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Carnegie Hall Aug 6
Are you looking for fun activities to do at home with your kids? Get creative with these music-themed coloring pages that teach kids about instruments and composers from around the world. Check out our collection of free activities for families & kids:
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Amanda Ameer Aug 5
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Carnegie Hall Aug 5
Our stages might be quiet, but there are plenty of ways to experience from home. Enjoy concert broadcasts, curated playlists, performance clips, master classes, and more—all available for streaming on demand:
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Carnegie Hall Aug 5
Sip your morning coffee & enjoy a laid-back start to your day w/ this playlist. Enjoy gentle melodies by Vivaldi, Bach, & Mozart; jazz favorites by & ; & more! What are your favorite songs to start the day?
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Carnegie Hall Aug 4
From morning meditation to French lessons, here’s a look into how soprano has been spending her time at home. Read the full article below, courtesy of the .
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Carnegie Hall Aug 4
Jazz icon, trumpeter, composer, and vocalist Louis Armstrong was born on this day in 1901. After making his debut in 1938, he performed for the first time at the Hall with his orchestra on February 8, 1947 (pictured here).
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Carnegie Hall Aug 3
Take a virtual tour of ! Inside Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage you’ll see the 1891 “Circle of Lights” 83 feet above the Parquet. The outer ring has 32 light bulbs, and the inner ring has 96. Enjoy a closer look:
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Carnegie Hall Aug 2
We remember pianist and teacher Leon Fleisher, who appeared at Carnegie Hall more than 50 times since his debut in 1944 at the age of 16 with the . He led workshops for young artists & performed at his own 90th birthday celebration concert in 2019:
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Carnegie Hall Aug 2
Watch more videos from ’s series of workshops & master classes on our YouTube channel:
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Carnegie Hall Aug 2
Watch ’s “To Brenda with Love,” featuring young artists coached by D'Rivera, Oscar Stagnaro (), & other members of D'Rivera's Ensemble.
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Carnegie Hall Aug 2
Don’t miss this week’s broadcast on ! and Jean-Yves Thibaudet’s recital will only be available through Monday at 3 AM EDT. Make sure to catch it while you can:
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medici.tv Jul 31
[]✨🎶 Yes, it's that time of the week again! On today's Friday, we’re happy to present you an amazing program: Tune in and watch and Jean-Yves Thibaudet perform together Grieg, Debussy and Chausson!
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Carnegie Hall Jul 31
with : Now through Monday, August 3 at 3 AM EDT, experience a recital by violinist and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet. This program—originally broadcast in 2018—features works by Grieg, Debussy, and Chausson:
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Carnegie Hall Jul 31
Happy Uncommon Musical Instrument Awareness Day! In honor of this day, here are five instances in which Carnegie Hall’s stages have been home to some less-than-common instruments. What’s the most unusual musical instrument you’ve ever heard?
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Carnegie Hall Jul 30
LISTEN NOW: Experience works by Bizet, Berlioz, and Resphigi performed by Riccardo Muti and the Orchestra with mezzo-soprano in tonight’s rebroadcast.
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Carnegie Hall Jul 30
LIVE NOW!  host is joined by , , & for a conversation about singer-songwriters, and by to discuss musical theater icon Stephen Sondheim: . Brought to you by .
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