Classically Exposed: 'from Carnegie Hall to the Cell' with Narration by Charles R. Hale
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"CLASSICALLY EXPOSED: FROM CARNEGIE HALL TO THE CELL" December 6: "From Carnegie Hall to The Cell" with narration by Charles R. Hale and live music, featuring historical Carnegie Hall performances What have been the greatest performances in Carnegie Hall's storied history? Which famous musicians and singers have performed there? What great works have been debuted in one of the most revered music halls in the world? Join historian Charles R. Hale and an incredible group of singers and musicians to find out.
Venue: The Cell Theater
338 W 23rd St,
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