Lane Series Presents: Late Night with Leonard Bernstein
We celebrate the great American maestro, composer, educator, and bon vivant on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of his birth. Leonard Bernstein was a late night kind of guy - honestly, he was an insomniac, who had trouble turning off his brilliant, creative, and prolific mind. Known for his late night soirees and musicales at his apartment in the Dakota, Bernstein created some of the world's most enchanting music in a wide variety of genres. Narrated by his daughter Jamie Bernstein (how about that for "up close and personal"?) and featuring pianists Michael Boriskin and John Musto and soprano Amy Burton, this multi-media cabaret brings us stories, songs, photos, film, and personal anecdotes from his life. How thrilling to share an evening with Lenny, the music and the man.
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