Carnegie Hall’s annual festivals are normally pegged to a musical item; however, the inspiration for this dive into the 1960s is Pulitzer Prize–winning author and journalist Robert A. Caro, biographer of Robert Moses and Lyndon Johnson. This festival explores the overlap of music, protest and social change during the decade with programming featuring David Crosby with Snarky Puppy, the Philip Glass Ensemble and a multimedia concert focusing on musical responses to the Vietnam War. Lectures, panels, exhibits and other citywide public programming complement the shows.
Jan 14 — Mar 24, 2018
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