“1891. TCHAIKOVSKY IN NEW YORK”Booking
«Music is an incomparably more powerful means and is a subtler language for expressing the thousand different moments of the soul’s moods».
In 1891, Carnegie Hall was opened in New York.
The first thing that sounded within its walls was a solemn March. It was dedicated to the accession to the throne of Alexander III.
Tchaikovsky conducted the whole Symphony orchestra of New York City!
The performance was so amazing that the audience called the composer three times to bow.
The atmosphere is very important for us.
So we tried to convey to you all the beauty and grace of music in the interior.
Feel yourself a composer!
Wooden / Parquet floor