Carnegie Hall. A beautiful theater in New York City known as the most prestigious concert stage in the United States, its impressive performances dating all the way back to 1892, for being one of New York City’s most famous landmarks, and its impact on the performing arts as a whole, Carnegie Hall is a place that exudes excitement! During the Christmas season, enjoying the different displays of Christmas lights is something that everyone enjoys! With this being said, Carnegie Hall boasts multiple options this Christmas season! Let’s explore what Carnegie Hall has to offer!
The New York String Orchestra
Celebrate Christmas with the New York String Orchestra! The New York String Orchestra as assemblement of young, talented musicians from around the world. These talented folks come together to practice and play for their annual Christmas Eve concert, conducted by Jaime Laredo. The program starts at 7pm on Christmas Eve and features Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro, Mozart’s Divertimento, and much more! Walking away from this concert will leave you “wowed” at the impressive performances of these talented musicians and is the perfect way to end the night before the big day of Christmas!
The New York Pops – Back Home for the Holidays
Another wonderful concert playing at Carnegie Hall this Christmas Season would be the New York Pops – Back Home for the Holidays. This concert features Tony Award winner Kelli O’Hara, who is joining the New York Pops in their performance at Carnegie Hall! This wonderful concert will be sure to bring you Christmas cheer with traditional Christmas carols and contemporary classics. Enjoy wonderfully familiar Christmas songs such as “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”, and “Winter Wonderland”. Marvel at the beauty of not only the voices of those performing, but of the gorgeous architecture on display at Carnegie Hall! Join The New York Pops and Kelli O’Hara on the 17th of December and get back home for the holidays, at Carnegie Hall!
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