Its remarkable architectural design and incredible legacy have made Carnegie Hall a national historic landmark and vital cultural center.
Before Andrew Carnegie commissioned him to build one, New York City architect William Burnet Tuthill had never designed a concert hall. Clearly, his lack of experience was no detriment: Not only did Tuthill conceive an elegant building, but his work also—and most notably—gave Carnegie Hall its legendary sound.
This storied and majestic space has been hosting performances since 1891.
Our newest venue features classical, pop, jazz, and world music artists.
This intimate space houses chamber music concerts, panel discussions, and debut performances.
The Judith and Burton Resnick Education Wing is home to many programs offered by the Weill Music Institute and Ensemble Connect.
The Rose Museum chronicles our history through displays of concert programs, photographs, videos, and more.