About the Digital Collections
Thank you for visiting the Carnegie Hall Digital Collections, a space to explore selected items from the Carnegie Hall Susan W. Rose Archives’ historic collection.
The Rose Archives ensures Carnegie Hall’s legacy is preserved for future generations, and secures new materials developed by the Hall in support of its artistic and educational programs. Learn more about the Hall’s history here
.All archival material currently available to the public can be browsed via the homepage.
Although the entire archive is not yet available digitally or online, the Rose Archives continues to release additional items for discovery and download, with new selections added to the homepage on an ongoing basis.
Unable to find what you’re looking for?
• For event and program information (no images), try the Performance History Search
• For items not included in the Digital Collections and other research requests, email email@example.com
Email the Carnegie Hall Rose Archives at firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions about accessing or using the Digital Collections.
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with questions about the collections or requests for training.