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Carnegie Hall

How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

The last time my dad visited New York this was his go-to joke that he would tell to anyone who would listen (the answer is “practice practice practice” in case you’ve never heard it before / have never met my dad)! So of course when I was invited to my first performance at Carnegie Hall I texted him immediately. Predictably, he sent several responses along the lines of “did you practice?!” and “do you know how to get there?!”

You’ve got to love a good dad joke…

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I went with several Hungarian friends to see a German choir, as one does.

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The auditorium is beautiful, and it was fun listening to the German, Hungarian and English conversations that were happening around me before the performance began.

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Then the KlangVerwaltung Orchestra and Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern Chorus took the stage.

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They performed selections from Bach and Mozart and it was really beautiful listening to the sounds soaring out into the auditorium. It was definitely a nice change of pace from the music I normally listen to here in the city!

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You should definitely see a performance at Carnegie Hall at least once in your life. To find the schedule and purchase tickets, click here.

Just don’t tell anyone that dad joke when you go, I’m begging you!

~A

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