Leonard Bernstein: A Celebration

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There's scarcely a week in New York City's musical life that Leonard Bernstein's name and spirit are not in the air, but with A Quiet Place finally arriving in town (see Opera & musical theater), the buzz has increased sharply. Tonight, Bernstein's life and legacy are celebrated with reflections from his children, photographs by Steve J. Sherman, choral works led by esteemed conductor Judith Clurman, a performance by jazz pianist Fred Hersch and a sing-along screening of West Side Story.


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