New Music at Carnegie Hall


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New Music at Carnegie Hall


New and innovative work has long been a part of Carnegie Hall’s fabric—the world premieres of such now-standard works as Dvoøk’s “New World” Symphony and Gershwin’s An American in Paris took place at the Hall.

Hear the latest premieres of other great works online! Free music by Nico Muhly, Steve Reich, John Adams, and many more great artists is available at carnegiehall.org/newmusic.

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Composed in 2008 by Nico Muhly, The Adulteress received its world premiere on March 13, 2008. The Adulteress was commissioned by Carnegie Hall and is dedicated to Jessica Rivera.

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Photo: Muhly by Dorothy Hong.

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