Venue: Weill Recital Hall

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  • Weill Recital Hall is the 268-seat auditorium located on the third level of Carnegie Hall, adjacent to Isaac Stern Auditorium / Ronald O. Perelman Stage. When Carnegie Hall opened in 1891 it was known as Chamber Music Hall, and was renamed Carnegie Recital Hall in 1947. In 1987 it was renamed Weill Recital Hall in recognition of Carnegie Hall Chairman Sanford I. Weill and his wife, Joan.
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  • Weill Recital Hall
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  • Carnegie Recital Hall
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