New York's renowned Carnegie Hall is reclaiming a part of its history by reviving an underground space originally designed as a recital venue. The new $50 million expansion project, formally announced in January, will create a third concert space for the complex to complement its existing 2,804-seat main hall and 268-seat recital hall. The subterranean space, designed by New York-based architect James Stewart Polshek, will feature sophisticated broadcast and recording technology and serve ...

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