CARNEGIE HALL+ LAUNCHES ON PRIME VIDEO CHANNELS

Carnegie Hall is thrilled to announce that Carnegie Hall+, its state-of-the-art performing arts streaming service, is now available on Prime Video Channels in the U.S.

This premium subscription video-on-demand channel with programs curated by Carnegie Hall features some of the finest performing arts presentations from the world’s most prestigious stages, including full-length concerts, operas, dance, documentaries, and artist profiles, plus family offerings. With selections drawn from Unitel’s premier catalogue, many programs are offered exclusively on the channel and available in the U.S. for the first time. With this launch, the reach of Carnegie Hall+ is greatly expanded as Prime Video Channels joins the Apple TV app, Spectrum, Verizon Fios, DISH, Sling TV, and Astound in bringing these extraordinary performances by celebrated artists directly into homes in the U.S.

“We are very excited to be amplifying the reach of Carnegie Hall+ and making the channel’s remarkable programming available to more and more people across the country,” said Clive Gillinson, Carnegie Hall’s Executive and Artistic Director. “Carnegie Hall+ represents the best in performing arts programming, featuring both new and historic presentations and showcasing many of the finest artists from around the world, all at an affordable price. When watching the channel, subscribers can journey to the Salzburg Festival in Austria, the BBC Proms in London, or watch the Vienna Philharmonic perform in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna, plus much more. Hundreds of hours of programming have been specially curated with all arts lovers—from casual viewers to aficionados—in mind.” 

Featured programming on Carnegie Hall+ includes The Leonard Bernstein Collection. Anticipating a resurgence in interest in the life and music of Leonard Bernstein with the upcoming release of Bradley Cooper’s feature film, Maestro, which recently premiered at the Venice and New York film festivals, the channel invites Bernstein fans new and old to explore the most extensive collection of concert films, Emmy Award-winning broadcasts, documentaries, and historic performances featuring the iconic artist as conductor, composer, and pianist, including fully remastered presentations that can only be seen on Carnegie Hall+.

Select must-see programs on the channel also include new opera productions from leading festivals, including the Berlin State Opera’s critically acclaimed new production of Wagner’s Ring cycle; concerts by internationally renowned classical music artists including a Bruckner symphony cycle with Christian Thielemann and the Vienna Philharmonic, plus performances by Martha Argerich, Daniel Barenboim, Joyce DiDonato, Asmik Gregorian, Leonidas Kavakos, Evgeny Kissin, Lang Lang, Yo-Yo Ma, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Riccardo Muti, Jordi Savall, and many more; dance presentations including Rudolf Nureyev’s Vienna State Ballet production of Swan Lake in two versions: the original 1964 performance and a celebrated new version mounted to mark its 50th anniversary; and family programming including Carnival of the Animals with the Kanneh-Mason Family, a colorful “grand zoological fantasy” performed by the seven talented siblings at London’s BBC Proms, plus lively operas including Hansel and Gretel and Cinderella. Special programming featured this holiday season will include Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker, Handel’s Messiah, plus festive performances by trumpeter Alison Balsom, Sting, and the Vienna Boys Choir.

Programming on the premium subscription video-on-demand channel is refreshed on a monthly basis, creating an ever-growing destination for the best music, opera and dance selections. More program highlights are available at carnegiehallplus.com

How to Subscribe to Carnegie Hall+

Customers are invited to subscribe to Carnegie Hall+, viewing exceptional performances anytime for $7.99 per month.

Eligible customers in the United States who are new to Carnegie Hall+ can sign up for a seven-day free trial and subscribe directly to Carnegie Hall+ on Prime Video Channels. More details can be found HERE.

For more information on how to subscribe to Carnegie Hall+ on all available providers—including the Apple TV app, Spectrum, Verizon Fios, DISH, Sling TV, and Astound—please visit carnegiehallplus.com/subscribe.

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