What’s Cool: Spring for Music

Here at CitySights New York, we like things that are cool.  We also like things in New York.  So cool things in New York.. They’re the best.

More importantly, our goal is to show you how cool New York really is, whether it’s while riding on one of our famous bus tours, or while reading about it on our blog.  That is why every Friday we bring you ‘What’s Cool’, where we will tell you, well, you guessed it: something that’s pretty cool in New York City.  Get ready for the weekend because here’s what’s cool:

image via springformusic.com

You know the joke:

How do you get to Carnegie Hall?  Practice, practice, practice.

Well, we know of another way to get to Carnegie Hall, and it doesn’t take nearly as much time or effort.  For just $25, you can enjoy the fine sounds of one of America’s best orchestras.  Six days; six different symphonies. Spring for Music is coming back to Carnegie Hall.

image via springformusic.com

“Such programming forces you to lean in rather than sit back.  It demands alertness,” said Alex Ross of The New Yorker.  “The sensation should not be as rare as it is.”

This is so cool because you get the chance to sit in the world’s most prestigious music hall and watch some of the world’s greatest musicians create greatness.  The music that they play is challenging and takes risks, making the experience something special.

For only $25 you can choose which symphony you would like to see.  For those of you who are really excited for this event, $100 will get you access to all 6 shows.  That’s cheaper than most Broadway musicals and it gets you access to 6 different orchestras at Carnegie Hall!  Incredible.

The concert series starts Monday, May 7th and continues each night until the 12th.  For updates, follow @Spring4Music on Twitter

Do you know of something cool happening in New York City?  Email us a tip at klawless@twinamerica.com

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