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Carnegie Hall

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Carnegie Hall in mid-town Manhattan architecturally, is one of the last remaining examples of its kind in the city. That is to say, it was built in 1890, entirely of masonry without any steel infrastructure. Carnegie Hall is more famous for its reputation as the premier venue in the U.S. for classical and popular music. With over 250 performances each season, there is always something to go and see, whether you fancy a spot of Tchaikovsky, a Randy Newman number or a 400-strong Celtic choir. With 105 steps taking you to the top level, and a dizzying view of the gold-gilded ceilings, Carnegie Hall is a one-of-a-kind monument to music.

Written by  Alex Allen.

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