Carnegie Hall will miss an Whole year for the first time for the first time in its own 130-year history
NEW YORK — Carnegie Hall will miss an whole year for the first time for the first time in its own 130-year history.
Carnegie said Thursday that it had been canceling performances from April 6 through July in its three places, extending a closed which began last March 13 because of this publication coronavirus pandemic.
Carnegie expects to reopen in October because of its 2021-22 year and plans a delayed season statement in late spring.
The pandemic also induced the Metropolitan Opera to forget a year for the first time, and it expects to begin its season in September. Broadway theatres are closed since March, and also the arts shutdowns have led to a significant contraction into New York City’s market.
Carnegie’s Voices of Hope festival will change to internet performances from April 16-30 and concentrate on works made by artists in times of catastrophe and oppression.
Carnegie is preserving plans for its yearly summer youth outfit residences at SUNY Purchase this summerseason.