Penn State Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall

March 25, 2010 at 1:45 pm Leave a comment

About a hundred Penn State students got the experience of a lifetime last night, as the Penn State Philharmonic played in New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall.

Annemarie Mountz ’84 of Penn State’s Public Information office went along on yesterday’s trip and got some photos at the concert, as well as at the Alumni Association reception before the show. You can see them here.

Last night’s performance was the fourth annual Penn State President’s Concert—previous President’s Concerts have been held at Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, at the Kennedy Center in D.C., and at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.

Penn State will be represented at Carnegie Hall at least once more before the spring is out: the Behrend Concert Choir will perform there May 23.

Tina Hay, editor

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