Carnegie Hall+ FAQs

What is Carnegie Hall+?

  • Carnegie Hall+ is a new premium subscription video on-demand channel curated by Carnegie Hall, featuring unforgettable performances by celebrated artists from the world’s leading stages.
  • With many programs offered exclusively on Carnegie Hall+ and most available to viewers in the United States for the first time, the newly launched channel features a thrilling collection of new and historic full-length classical music concerts, operas, dance, artist portraits, music documentaries, and offerings for families.
  • Carnegie Hall+ was created through a partnership between Carnegie Hall and Unitel, the world’s leading classical music audio-visual producer and distributor. Unitel owes its one-of-a-kind collection to its long-term and often exclusive artistic partnerships with leading performing arts institutions, including the Salzburg Festival, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim’s West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, the BBC Proms, and many more.
  • Carnegie Hall+ launches with programs that have been selected from Unitel’s stellar catalog, and new titles will be added monthly. Programs across a wide range of musical genres will be added over time, including digital presentations from Carnegie Hall.
  • Carnegie Hall+ consistently provides a superior video and audio experience with 4K UHD and Dolby Atmos audio, respectively, for select programs for the optimal at-home viewing and listening experience.

How much does Carnegie Hall+ cost?

  • New customers in the United States can sign up for a seven-day free trial and subscribe directly to Carnegie Hall+ on the Apple TV app for $7.99 per month. Plan auto renews until cancelled.
  • Beyond the United States, subscription rates vary. Please check your Apple TV app for more information in your territory.

In what other countries or territories is Carnegie Hall+ available?

  • In addition to the United States, Carnegie Hall+ is available in 60 territories internationally via the Apple TV app, including the United Kingdom, Australia, and India. View the full list here.
  • If Carnegie Hall+ is not yet available in your region, please sign up for future channel availability updates here.

How do I subscribe or get access to Carnegie Hall+?

  • Sign up for a seven-day free trial and subscribe directly to Carnegie Hall+ on the Apple TV app. View detailed instructions on the Apple website.
  • There are also several programs available to view on the Apple TV app without a trial, but your free trial gives you access to the full range of programs on the channel.
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  • Additional free programmatic and educational content for all audiences is available on to complement the channel experience.

Is the Apple TV app the only way to access the Carnegie Hall+ channel? Will it be available via other service providers? If so, when? How do I request it?

  • Carnegie Hall+ is currently available only on the Apple TV app, but will become available via an increasing number of service providers in 2022.
  • Sign up to be the first to know about new Carnegie Hall+ service providers here.

I don’t use Apple devices. Can I still subscribe to the channel?

  • Yes! You can use the Apple TV app on non-Apple devices, including smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, VIZIO, TCL, and others; Chromecast with Google TV; Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices; and PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
  • View all supported devices here.

What types of programs are available on Carnegie Hall+?

  • A variety of classical music performances, operas, dance, films, and more are available on the channel.
  • The best way to explore the full selection of programs and performances on Carnegie Hall+ is to take advantage of the free seven-day trial subscription offer.

Are programs family-friendly?

  • Carnegie Hall+ uses the “Family” genre to present a selection of programs that we recommend for family viewing. This collection of programs can be accessed by clicking on “Family” at the bottom of the channel homepage. 

In what languages is Carnegie Hall+ available?

  • The channel is currently available in English with English subtitles for foreign-language programming; Carnegie Hall+ plans to introduce the channel in additional languages in the future.

Who can help me access my Carnegie Hall+ subscription and watch it on my device through the Apple TV app?

  • For technical support with Apple devices, please contact Apple directly.