In the life of every performer there is one stage that instantly grants legitimacy to their career; one such stage is the Issac Strauss Auditorium at New York's famous Carnegie Hall. The auditorium, or "Main Hall" as it was known until 1997, first opened in 1891 with the performance of a Tchaikovsky penned composition, and has since gone on to gain a reputation as being one of the greatest sounding venues throughout the world. In addition to the amazing acoustics, the hall also accommodates a wide array of artists from extremely different genres. If experiencing your favorite artists at the local, garden-variety venue wasn't amazing, a night with them at New York's premier concert hall will surely satisfy you.
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