Carnegie Hall director of administration, Richard Malenka, took us through the history of the famed music hall, imparting many secrets and other gems of information we never knew about before.
In 2014, Carnegie Hall completed an impressive renovation to the tune of $230 million. This transformation converted the beloved artist studios, home to the likes of Bill Cunningham, Marlon Brando and Leonard Bernstein, into education facilities supporting young talents. The Design Trust Council members toured the new Resnick Education Wing that includes 24 teaching studios, ensemble, and practice rooms, and an outdoor roof terrace.
Stay tuned for our upcoming tour of Columbia University's new Manhattanville Campus in fall.
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