Notes & Reviews:
When discussing artistic achievement in the 20th century, there is no finer stage in the world that it should be showcased on, then Carnegie Hall.
For well over a century, Carnegie Hall has stood the test of time as the definitive venue for showcasing classical, as well as popular music in New York City. Well known for holding to the highest standards of excellence, and its warm acoustics, this "temple of high art" brought together some of the most defining moments in recent history.
They say that once you've played Carnegie Hall you've "made it", and the list of talented artists whom have graced the stage is a literal who's who of great performers. From Leonard Bernstein's debut, to Bob Dylan and the folk movement, Carnegie Hall at 100 brings to life some of the most exciting performances and memories of this cultural Mecca.
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