Carnegie Hall Online Network available to the world

Cynthia Harvey, President and CEO, Carnegie Hall tells Christine Chung about how the legendary hall has embraced technology to “connect with an audience that wants to come to see them perform.”

By CHRISTINE CHUNG, CNN

New York’s Carnegie Hall , which has had a proud history as a concert hall since 1891, just launched the Carnegie Hall Online Network , a free global video platform featuring more than 2,000 clips, highlights, and interviews.

“Carnegie Hall Online Network is like a digital library,” says Cynthia Harvey, President and CEO of Carnegie Hall. “People around the world can learn, explore, and connect with the legendary New York Concert Hall, and more.”

The unique platform includes highlights from past concerts; highlights of performances of current season classical concerts; and exclusive interviews with celebrity artists.

Carnegie Hall Online Network guests can also watch intimate performances from long-time alumni in the new Museum of the City of New York exhibition, “The Classics Never Die: American Performers in the Gilded Age.”

“The Carnegie Hall Online Network is a reminder that concerts are performances — and that audiences want to hear live,” said Pinchas Zukerman, Pops Conductor for Carnegie Hall. “Through the end of 2019, fans can also enjoy the new Museum of the City of New York exhibition, “The Classics Never Die: American Performers in the Gilded Age.”

“Carnegie Hall Online Network is the next generation of digital and social assets, the embodiment of Carnegie Hall’s seamless efforts to connect with an audience that wants to come to see them perform, and to help inspire even more of the world’s favorite artists, singers, instrumentalists, and the adventurous.”

For more information about this new video platform, please visit: www.carnegie.org/music-videos/

Carnegie Hall Online Network

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www.carnegie.org/music-videos/

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