Carnegie Hall has received a $10 million major gift from Judith and Burton Resnick that will provide important support toward its Studio Towers Renovation Project.Carnegie Hall has received a $10 million major gift from Judith and Burton Resnick that will provide important support toward its Studio Towers Renovation Project, a comprehensive undertaking that will create new inspirational spaces for music education on the building’s existing upper floors while also fully refurbishing the venue’s backstage areas. The project, scheduled to be completed and opened in 2014, will be transformational for Carnegie Hall, creating new facilities designed to make great music accessible to as many people as possible.

The 61,000-square foot Judith B. and Burton P. Resnick Education Wing – newly-named in recognition of this gift and the Resnick family’s longtime support of Carnegie Hall – will include new ensemble rooms, practice rooms, and teaching studios atop the landmark building as well as a state-of-the-art home for Carnegie Hall’s Archives.

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