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Friday, November 17, 2017 4:30 PM // Watkins Lecture Hall, SMTD Moore Building

Leonard Bernstein’s Impact: Onstage and Around the World

Free
Photo credit: Chris lee
 

Leonard Bernstein revolutionized the role of a conductor not only in the world at large, due to his passionate involvement with social justice issues and his belief that through music peace and understanding could be achieved, but also with his approach to musical interpretation and performance, as demonstrated in the relationships he forged with his musicians.

In this discussion, Philharmonic musicians who worked with Bernstein and the Orchestra’s archivist and historian relate their first-hand experiences and discuss his legacy as a modern renaissance man in the music world.

11/17/17 4:30 PM
Watkins Lecture Hall, SMTD Moore Building

Leonard Bernstein’s Impact: Onstage and Around the World

Free

Leonard Bernstein revolutionized the role of a conductor not only in the world at large, due to his passionate involvement with social justice issues and his belief that through music peace and understanding could be achieved, but also with his approach to musical interpretation and performance, as demonstrated in the relationships he forged with his musicians.

In this discussion, Philharmonic musicians who worked with Bernstein and the Orchestra’s archivist and historian relate their first-hand experiences and discuss his legacy as a modern renaissance man in the music world.

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