June 8, 2003
The New York Philharmonic performs in September 1962 before an
opening-night audience at New York's Lincoln Center. The orchestra
announced Monday it would return to Carnegie Hall where it had
previously resided for 71 years, citing Carnegie's celebrated
acoustics as a key reason for its decision.
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The New York Philharmonic, which made its home at Lincoln Center for more than four decades, announced Monday it will return to Carnegie Hall. The 106-member orchestra cited Carnegie's celebrated acoustics as a key reason for its decision.