Upcoming Live Streams
Wednesday, November 18 at 2 PM (Eastern)
Carnegie Hall Master Class: Orchestral Strings
Joseph Conyers, assistant principal bassist of The Philadelphia Orchestra, hosts an episode of video highlights from master classes for string players, including insights on Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, and Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite.
Presented as part of Learn with Carnegie Hall.
Support for Learn with Carnegie Hall is provided by Hope and Robert F. Smith, and the Siegel Family Endowment.
Lead support for workshops and master classes is provided by Beatrice Santo Domingo, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony B. Evnin and the A.E. Charitable Foundation.
Workshops and master classes are also made possible, in part, by Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Bulgari.
Wednesday, November 18 at 7:30 PM (Eastern)
Ensemble Connect Up Close
United Through Separation
This year, we’ve all redefined what it means to be connected. Join Ensemble Connect for its first concert of the season as it explores our need to connect and feel close in a time of separation. Featuring music by Bartók, Poulenc, Reena Esmail, and Valerie Coleman, this online, immersive event ponders the ways we invent, recreate, and imagine unity.
Thursday, November 19 at 7:30 PM (Eastern)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg worked tirelessly to promote equal justice under the law throughout her life and career. But when she needed a respite from the pressures of the Supreme Court, Justice Ginsburg famously turned to the world of opera and classical music. Isabel Leonard hosts this episode in tribute to the late justice, featuring remarks and performances by Joyce DiDonato, Renée Fleming, Denyce Graves, and Patrice Michaels.
Live with Carnegie Hall is made possible by Hope and Robert F. Smith.
Additional support is provided by the Siegel Family Endowment.
What Makes a Great Teacher?
Using the Great Music Teaching Framework, we have identified videos that model the seven building blocks of great music teaching and provide a pathway forward as educators look to grow their capacity as lifelong learners. Explore a variety of exercises and activities for the K–12 classroom led by top educators and artists.
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Ever since Carnegie Hall’s opening in 1891, countless musicians, politicians, and world figures have passed through our doors. Explore this rich history for yourself with our free Digital Collections—online exhibits that feature early concert programs, architectural plans, photo collections, and more!
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