Leonard Bernstein

Leonard BernsteinDecember 6, 2023

Love, Music, and Secrets: Carey Mulligan Shines in ‘Maestro’ – A Riveting Tale of Leonard Bernstein’s Life

By Lawrence Toppman Watching the impressionistic, free-form “Maestro,” I felt as if I were attending one of the chaotic parties Leonard Bernstein loved to host. Celebrities pass by, identified by one name or none. Snatches of conversation hint at secrets and revelations. We drop in and out of people’s lives, without always knowing why they matter. Your

Leonard BernsteinOctober 10, 2018

Bernstein: Mahler, the Vienna Philharmonic, and Additional Conducting

By Casey Margerum While Bernstein was with the New York Philharmonic, he also had several major conducting accomplishments

Leonard BernsteinOctober 9, 2018

Bernstein and Peace

By Ken Daegeon Lee Leonard Bernstein was a large advocate for harmony. He continuously traveled to prominent parts of

Leonard BernsteinOctober 8, 2018

Young People’s Concerts: Bernstein As America’s Classical Musical Ambassador

By Isaac Mervis In terms of the lasting impact that Leonard Bernstein has had on American music, the

Leonard BernsteinOctober 5, 2018

West Side Story: Musical & Lyrical Collaborations with Sondheim

By Matt Begley The idea for West Side Story originated as a collaboration between Jerome Robbins (choreographer), Arthur

Leonard BernsteinOctober 4, 2018

Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins Collaboration on West Side Story

By Amelia Willingham The idea for West Side Story came to Jerome Robbins seven years before he brought

Leonard BernsteinOctober 3, 2018

Bernstein’s NY Phil Career

By Dylan Hyman Leonard Bernstein began his official New York Philharmonic career on January 2, 1958, but his

Leonard BernsteinOctober 2, 2018

Tom Cothran, Bernstein’s Sexual Orientation, and 1970s American Culture

By Matt Begley Leonard Bernstein’s personal life during the 1970s can be thought of in terms of a