Carnegie Hall is a New York landmark of music performances ranging from classical orchestral music to contemporary pop. Since its opening in 1891 over 46,000 events have taken place in its three auditoriums. Andrew Carnegie commissioned architect William Burnet Tuthill to design the concern hall. Despite a lack of experience in acoustics, through careful research Tuthill created an elegant and simple space that gave Carnegie Hall its distinctive sound.
A range of seating options means it's often affordable for almost everybody to experience this New York institution. No matter where you sit, the acoustics are said to be incredible. Not many visitors to the hall know about their guided tours; a $10 ticket provides you with the chance to learn more about the space.
Want to see a performance at Carnegie Hall? Visit its website to see a roster of upcoming concerts!