Carnegie Hall Live Archive

If you missed the last two Carnegie Hall Live concerts, listen to them again on demand right here:

Ensemble Matheus

Pictures from the concert.

Osvaldo Golijov: La Pasión Según San Marcos

Pictures from the concert.

Golijov’s La Pasión

Get to know Osvaldo Golijov’s La Pasión según San Marcos, the next Carnegie Hall Live broadcast, Sunday at 3pm. The Grammy-award winning composer sets the Passion story in the streets of Latin America.

Ensemble Matheus

This Wednesday’s Carnegie Hall Live presents Ensemble Matheus, performing three Baroque (and rival!) composers: Antonio Vivaldi, George Frederic Handel and the lesser known Nicola Antonio Porpora.

Performers
Ensemble Matheus
Jean-Christophe Spinosi, Director and Violin
Veronica Cangemi, Soprano
Laurence Paugam, Violin
Claire-Lise Démettre, Cello
Jérôme Pernoo, Cello

Program
HANDEL Overture to Serse
HANDEL “Frondi tenere” from Serse
HANDEL “Ombra mai fù” from Serse
VIVALDI “Gelosia” from Ottone in Villa
VIVALDI Concerto in D Minor for Two Violins, Cello, Strings, and Continuo from L’estro armonico, Op. 3, No. 11
VIVALDI “Zeffiretti che sussurate” from Ercole su’l Termodonte
VIVALDI Concerto in G Minor for Two Cellos, Strings, and Continuo, RV 531
VIVALDI “Se mai senti” from Catone in Utica
PORPORA Concerto in G Major for Cello
VIVALDI “Siam navi all’onde algenti” from L’Olimpiade

Photo Credit: Edouard Brane

West-Eastern Divan Orchestra: A Dialogue

This Sunday at 2pm, on Carnegie Hall Live, Daniel Barenboim and the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra perform an all-Beethoven program. Watch here to learn about their remarkable history…

Fleming and Graham – Live from Carnegie Hall!

Carnegie Hall Live starts at 8pm. Join the live chat here, starting at 7:30pm, and follow the concert on Twitter using #CHLive. Texts and translations here, and read the program notes here.