One of the nation’s most praised chorus’s, the Carnegie Hall Festival Chorus is performing Valentine’s
Day this year (February 14, 2009) at the venue that got them their name – Carnegie Hall in New York City. With St.
Luke’s orchestra and conduction by Helmuth Rilling, this concert will be one not to missed, so grab your friends and
family together and get your Carnegie Hall Festival Chorus tickets
Carnegie Hall has three stages – the Isaac Stern Auditorium/Ronald O. Perelman Stage, the Joan and Sanford I. Weill
Recital Hall and the Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall. Carnegie Hall Festival Chorus will perform at the Stern Auditorium/Perelman
Stage at 8pm. Carnegie Hall is located in Midtown Manhattan and was built by Andrew Carnegie in 1891. Recognized as the
best venue for classical and popular music, it’s renowned for its beauty, architecture and acoustics.
Have you always dreamed about playing at the world famous concert venue Carnegie Hall? Well, if you have yet to get there,
the next best thing is to see the performance of a lifetime as Carnegie
Hall Festival Chorus tickets are now available! With Susan Gritton on soprano, James Taylor on tenor, Nathan Berg on
bass-bariton and Kathy Saltzman Romey doing choral preparation, the musical talents of these four singers will take your
breath away when you see them live on Valentine’s Day.