In this photo taken July 21, 2010, studio spaces for artists, with windows built to let in the favored northern light, are being gutted for renovation at Carnegie Hall in New York. The century-old red brick towers that rise above Carnegie Hall once occupied by Marlon Brando and Leonard Bernstein will be turned into new rehearsal space and offices _ after a bitter, years-long battle to save the studios philanthropist Andrew Carnegie had created for active artists. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Photo by: BEBETO MATTHEWS

In this photo taken July 21, 2010, studio spaces for artists, with windows built to let in the favored northern light, are being gutted for renovation at Carnegie Hall in New York. The century-old red brick towers that rise above Carnegie Hall once occupied by Marlon Brando and Leonard Bernstein will be turned into new rehearsal space and offices _ after a bitter, years-long battle to save the studios philanthropist Andrew Carnegie had created for active artists. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)