The 2023–2024 season at New York's Carnegie Hall will include nearly 170 concerts, several led by Broadway artists.
Lea Michele, currently playing to capacity crowds in the title role of the Broadway revival of Funny Girl, will make her solo Carnegie Hall debut this fall. The Glee star will play the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage October 30 at 8 PM.
Three-time Tony winner Patti LuPone will return to the famed venue April 8, 2024, with her newest show, A Life in Notes. Subtitled A Personal Musical Memoir On and Off the Stage, the 8 PM performance will mark the stage and screen star's first Carnegie appearance in more than a decade.
Carnegie Hall will commemorate the centennial of George Gershwin’s jazz-inflected Rhapsody in Blue with several performances, including a December 13 concert with Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Michael Feinstein. The two will come together for Two Pianos: Who Can Ask for Anything More? with newly arranged piano duos, plus works by Gershwin contemporaries and successors. An immersive Weimar Underground cabaret series, entitled Part of Fall of the Weimar Republic: Dancing on the Precipice, will feature Chicago's Ute Lemper in Weimar Berlin and After the Exodus (February 9, 2024, at 7:30 PM in Zankel Hall) and Tony winner Alan Cumming with jazz ensemble The Hot Sardines (April 19 at 7:30 PM in Zankel Hall).
The New York Pops, led by music director and conductor Steven Reineke, will also present several evenings at the landmark concert Hall, all featuring Broadway favorites: Jeremy Jordan, Hailey Kilgore, Javier Muñoz, and Elizabeth Stanley in 21st Century Broadway October 27, 2023, at 8 PM; One Night Only: An Evening with Sutton Foster and Kelli O'Hara November 17 at 8 PM; The Best Christmas of All with Norm Lewis December 22–23 at 8 PM; Montego Glover and pianist Lee Musiker in Gershwin: A Century of Rhapsody in Blue February 9, 2024, at 8 PM; and Hitsville: Celebrating Motown, with Bryan Terrell Clark and Valisia LeKae, March 15 at 8 PM.
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