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Carnegie Hall

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LoveToTraval wrote a review Oct 2019
Columbus, Ohio291 contributions124 helpful votes
We were passing through Lewisburg in August, and my husband (who always buys the local paper) noticed that The Vienna Boys Choir would be coming in October. We bought tickets for only $38 per person, and returned for this amazing performance. The facility itself is a large, beautiful, old structure housing not only the theatre, but also a museum and lots of classrooms. On your first visit, arrive early to explore and read the rich history. The theatre itself is small by big city standards, with seating for 420 people. I like the size because every seat is a good one. BTW, We had occasion to phone twice, and both times a live person readily answered the line, and helped us. Thank you to the good people of Lewisburg who support the arts of this “cool” community with their money and their time
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Donna M wrote a review Aug 2019
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Carnegie Hall! We were lucky enough to be passing through and made time to stop and visit. There is so much history within these walls! There is an art gallery downstairs, the main attractions with musical relics on the main floor, and all of the history of the building and how Carnegie Hall came about upstairs. A live band playing on the lawn outside provided a whole new experience!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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celia m wrote a review Mar 2019
Lewisburg, West Virginia155 contributions32 helpful votes
I have season tickets to all the shows, I love the variety of music that performs, always excellent musicians, I trust the halls selections.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Barbara K wrote a review Nov 2018
Annapolis, United States24 contributions9 helpful votes
Though this Carnegie Hall might not be located in NYC, I can now truthfully say I sang at Carnegie Hall. (Carnegie built three in the U.S. and who knew one was in Lewisburg, WV?) The woman at the front desk was quite accommodating, so I just headed up and sang to my audience of two (the woman and my husband). However, this lovely building has so much more to offer to be honest. There is a small portion of the building dedicated to a West Virginia music museum, there are several rooms that are art galleries, and it has lots of classroom space for art classes and other activities. I'm glad I got to tour a building that was built by Carnegie, and I must say, the acoustics are great in the auditorium!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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NancyLovesRehoboth wrote a review Oct 2018
Lexington, Virginia477 contributions675 helpful votes
My husband and I attended the Pokey Lafarge concert at Carnegie Hall on Friday night in Lewisburg. The concert was lively and entertaining. We thank CH for bringing him and his band there. The auditorium was warm and the sound was good; although, a little loud at times. We had seats with a good view of the stage. One thing I wish the theater would bring back is the Mainstage Lounge where you could have some wine and appetizers before the show and during the intermission. Now, you have to go outside into another building. So we have stopped going because of that reason. Please bring it back to the original location. It was always so fun and festive!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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