$25 TICKETS: THIS WEEK AT CARNEGIE HALL (SPONSORED)

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Today only, get tickets to any of three performances at Carnegie Hall for just $25 when you use promo code SKN40669* online, over the phone (212-247-7800) or at the Box Office on 57th and Seventh Street (11 AM – 6 PM).

Wednesday, November 16 at 8PM
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
Sondra Radvanovsky, Soprano
Anthony Manoli, Piano
Sondra Radvanovsky is one of the world’s most celebrated opera singers, called “an essential artist” and “one of the best actresses in opera” by The New York Times. Her powerfully expressive voice and captivating dramatic dedication make her an effective interpreter of a wide range of repertoire, and she continues to add new roles with each season. Experience one of today’s supreme sopranos as she performs her highly anticipated return recital at Carnegie Hall.
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Thursday, November 17 at 8PM
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
Orchestra of St. Luke’s
A Midsummer Night’s Dream with David Hyde Pierce
Orchestra of St. Luke’s kicks off its 2022–2023 season at Carnegie Hall with conductor Harry Bicket, continuing a multi-season focus on the works of Felix Mendelssohn. The concert begins with the breathless excitement of his Piano Concerto No. 1, a brisk and impactful work bookended by musical fireworks courtesy of pianist Benjamin Grosvenor. Also featured on the program is the complete incidental music Mendelssohn wrote for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a fantastical and evocative rendering with vocal parts that are beautifully suited for soprano Elena Villalón and mezzo-soprano Cecelia Hall, with narration by David Hyde Pierce.
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Thursday, November 17 at 7:30PM
Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall
The Crossing
Maya Beiser, Cello
Cutting-edge cellist Maya Beiser and “America’s most astonishing choir” (The New York Times), The Crossing, form a fearless partnership in this multimedia performance of Travel Guide to Nicaragua, a New York premiere by Bang on a Can co-founder Michael Gordon. The evening-length work, co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall, tells the story of Gordon’s family’s journey from Poland to Nicaragua, beginning with his grandfather and concluding with Gordon’s childhood in the jungle on the outskirts of Managua. New and adventurous musical fusions await as his rhythmic innovations merge with what The New Yorker describes as “the fury of punk rock, the nervous brilliance of free jazz, and the intransigence of classical modernism.”
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*This offer is valid Monday, November 14 from 11 AM – 11:59 PM (Eastern). Limit eight tickets per purchase. Some limitations may apply. Offer is subject to availability and prior sale, is not valid on prior purchases, and cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions. Valid online, by phone, or at the Box Office. No refunds or exchanges. Internet and phone orders are subject to standard convenience fees.

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