Jan 28, 2016

Leonard Bernstein Takes Over the New York Philharmonic


David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
Broadway at 62nd St.
Manhattan, NY 10023



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Listen to the musical story of world-renowned conductor Leonard Bernstein, who first led the New York Philharmonic at the age of 25—without the benefit of rehearsal—when the presiding maestro got sick. Bernstein went on to become the music director at the Philharmonic for many years and, perhaps most famously, wrote the music for On the Town and West Side Story. For more information, visit lincolncenter.org


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