An essential destination for any music lover, New York’s Carnegie Hall has something for everyone. Visually impressive, it is one of the last buildings of such scale built entirely of masonry. The exterior is grand, but restrained, a style mirrored in its famous white and gold auditorium. The hall’s three distinct venues are among the best in the world, something reflected in its visitor numbers. Its popularity, however, does not only lie with audiences, but musicians themselves clamour to perform here. The hall boasts an impressive musical history across all genres: classical, jazz, pop and rock – artists such as The Beatles and Judy Garland have performed here, and Tchaikovsky and Mahler have conducted orchestras. The lobbies are adorned with an unparalleled collection of signed portraits and memorabilia. Catch one of the 250 performances staged here each season – whatever you choose will be world-class!