You don't have to attend a concert at Carnegie Hall to enjoy what music lovers the world have known. Explore the history of this architectural splendor and acoustical perfection which are things Carnegie Hall by visiting The Rose Museum. From Toscanini's baton to Benny Goodman's clarinet, this museum has hundreds of artifacts, photographs and memorabilia from its legendary past.
Take a virtual tour of Carnegie Hall on its website and pick out a seat to a concert during its 115th season.
Throughout its century-plus history, the Isaac Stern Auditorum has been the forum for important jazz events, historic lectures, noted educational forums, and much more. Designed by architect and cellist William Burnett Tuthill and renovated in 1986, the auditorium's striking curvilinear design allows the stage to become a focal point embraced by five levels of seating, which accommodates up to 2,804. The auditorium's renowned acoustics have made it a favorite of audiences and performers alike. "It has been said that the hall itself is an instrument," said the late Isaac Stern. "It takes what you do and makes it larger than life."
Experience the beauty and sounds of Carnegie Hall.