Carnegie Hall Launches New Video Subscription Channel
Available on the Apple TV app, Carnegie Hall+ gives viewers access to unforgettable performances by renowned artists
Curated by Carnegie Hall, the premium subscription video-on-demand channel will not only include performances at the New York venue but also from celebrated stages around the world.
The available content includes new and historic full-length classical music concerts, operas, ballets, artist portraits, music documentaries, and family offerings.
New offerings will be added to the channel monthly, featuring only "state-of-the-art video and audio quality for viewers seeking the ultimate home theater experience."
U.S. customers can subscribe directly to Carnegie Hall+ on the Apple TV app for $7.99 per month.
“Carnegie Hall+ opens a window to viewers to some of the world’s most thrilling artists and arts destinations, creating an at-home journey of musical discovery,” said Carnegie Hall’s Executive and Artistic Director Clive Gillinson. “Featuring an extensive and growing collection of the world’s finest presentations, the channel invites people to enjoy full-length arts performances and films wherever they may be, presented on a scale previously unavailable.
"While we believe that you can’t replace the power of live performances, this launch is especially important at a time when everyone has come to expect access to the best of every kind of programming at the push of a button," he added. "In addition, it offers unique access to the most remarkable performances from around the world in a way that would otherwise require an impossible travel schedule to see live.”
Available concerts include those with Gustavo Dudamel and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra joined by pianist Evgeny Kissin performed at the 2020 Salzburg Festival, a duo-recital with superstar pianists Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim filmed for the 2021 digital edition of Salzburg’s Mozart Week, and Leonard Bernstein’s singular performance leading Mahler’s Fifth Symphony with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in 1972.
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