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LISTEN: Stream Crash Ensemble's live recording of Bill Whelan's "Jazzical Cyclebike" on this Bike to Work Day.
WATCH: Tonight sees the finale of Renée Fleming's Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall with Vienna: Window to Modernity. Here, Ms. Fleming, composer and conductor André Previn, and conductor and music historian Leon Botstein discuss how several of the major Viennese composers of the period spent a lot of time in Los Angeles and how their experiences there differed widely.
READ | WATCH: On May 3 in Zankel Hall, Serbian composer Aleksandra Vrebalov's Babylon, Our Own, receives its New York premiere by the Kronos Quartet and virtuoso clarinetist David Krakauer. Here, the composer introduces the piece, followed by Krakauer's point of view in a two-part video.
READ: Young songwriters can win a chance to travel to South Africa in a unique opportunity from Carnegie Hall, the Rock School Scholarship Fund, and the Casterbridge Music Development Academy. We sat down with the founders of the Rock School Scholarship Fund, Wendy Winks, to find out more.
LISTEN: Perennial Carnegie Hall favorite Mitsuko Uchida returns on April 18 to perform a recital of works by Bach, Schumann, and Schoenberg. Here, the pianist discusses the centuries-spanning program.
READ | WATCH: Carnegie Hall is delighted to salute our longtime colleagues and Midtown neighbors, Steinway & Sons, as the venerable piano-maker celebrates its 160th anniversary.
WATCH: In advance of his March 22 concert here, pianist Jeremy Denk reveals his approach to selecting which works to perform in recital and explains how he prepares those works for performance.
Gino Francesconi, director of Carnegie Hall's archives and Rose Museum, reveals some of the ways in which the holidays have been celebrated at the Hall over the decades, including Handel's "Messiah," stellar jazz line-ups, string orchestras—even a baby elephant.
The Holidays at Carnegie Hall
History of the Hall
With The Philadelphia Orchestra's first performance here this season tonight, we browsed the social web for a sneak peak of what's in store.