I sung there with the National Youth Choir. They were very nice and helpful!!
Would love to go back!
It was Kinda hard to get their(you know how NY traffic is)There needs to be more signs with info.
The acoustics in their were awsume
It was worth all the headache
we sounded like angels!!!!!!!!
I sang in Carnegie Hall with my choir, the Portland Symphonic Girlchoir (and several other choirs). There were two other groups of choirs, but everybody said we were the best! It was an experience I'll never forget, along with the friends I made on that trip to New York.
I've been there....and I'm playing there this year.!!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 11/22/05
The sound is incredible and I can't wait to go back and play in April with the Barron Collier Orchastra.!! Anyone who likes to listen to music would love to go to Carnegie. When I went with my family I went in the winter it was quite cold. I'm now going in the spring so i really don't know which season would be better.
That was an excellent display of music lore. The artsits are five-star and the accomodations are unbelievable. I sat a ways away, but I felt like I was in the front row. You have to go, it is unbelievable.
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