Carnegie Hall is one of the nation’s most famous artistic venues. It is frequently included in New York City trip itineraries by high school band directors. Give your music students the opportunity of a lifetime by leading a Carnegie Hall high school band performance tour.
Known for it’s captivating architectural style, the construction of Carnegie Hall was completed in 1891. A focal point of the building is it’s Renaissance-style exterior facade of terra cotta and ironspot brick.
Students tour many rooms in Carnegie Hall, including the Isaac Stern Auditorium/Ronald O. Perelman Stage, the Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall, and the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall.
This historic site has long since attracted famous families such as the Rockefellers, Sloans, Whitneys, and Fricks. They loved to view performances in it’s distinctive spaces.
Carnegie Hall has also long been a location for notable politicians, writers and intellectuals to speak. These orators have included Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain and Booker T. Washington.
Performance tours by beloved musicians such as Tchaikovsky, Sergie Rachmanioff, Arthur Rubenstein and Itxhak Perlman round out Carnegie Hall’s impressive list of entertainers. Many of America’s most popular artists have appeared on the stages of Carnegie Hall throughout it’s history.
The Statue Of Liberty
New York City Tours
- Music Clinic with Broadway Professional
- Music Exchange with Local School
- Various Festival opportunities and Parades
- Public Performances opportunities:
- Battery Park
- Cathedral of St. John the Divine
- Lincoln Center for Performing Arts
- Riverside Church
- Broadway Shows
- Carnegie Hall
- New York Philharmonic Orchestra
- American Symphony Orchestra
- Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra
- Jazz Club Performances
Activities and Sightseeing
- Carnegie Hall Tour
- NBC Studios Tour
- Natural History
- Met Museum of Art
- Central Park
- “Neighborhoods” tour
- Ellis Island
- Rockefeller Center
- Scenic Cruises
- Metropolitan Opera House
- Radio City Music Hall
- Wall Street