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Letter from Aaron Copland to Andre (?), September 3, 1942

Letter from Aaron Copland to Andre (?), September 3, 1942

excerpt: "In twenty years I have not met a young musician with more natural ability and real flair. His fort, as you know is conducting. I have heard Koussevitzky repeatedly say the most enthusiastic things o... more

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Sam & Jennie Bernstein, September 28, 1959

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Sam & Jennie Bernstein, September 28,...

excerpt: "It's not so much the actual conducting that's tiring as it is the extras, like press conferences & receptions and talk talk talk." From: Correspondence Series

Leonard Bernstein after conducting the Boston Symphony at Tanglewood, July 31, 1949
Leonard Bernstein with Russian pianist Emil Gilels, preparing for a performance at the United Nations 10th Anniversaty Concert at Carnegie Hall, October 19, 1955
Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, November 12, 1940

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, November 12, 1940

excerpt: "I'm thrilled to hear you are conducting a Chorus, and even more excited at the prospect of your all-Negro orchestra. I have a great interest in and sympathy for the negro race." From: Correspondence Series

Leonard Bernstein and David Oppenheim, ready to leave after recording session
Leonard Bernstein, performance of Ravel Concerto with Boston Symphony, August 1950
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Palestine Philharmonic, with matte signed by members of the orchestra
Leonard Bernstein performing with the Israel Philharmonic in biblical Beersheba for the Armed Forces, November 20, 1948
A girl watches from the aisle while Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in a Young People's Concert, 1960
Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic, with Jennie Tourel as soloist, in Mahler's Resurrection Symphony in memoriam of the death of Dmitri Mitropoulos, November 3, 1960
Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, August 1, 1939

Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, August 1, 1939

excerpt: "Why don't I try to get Harris to pull one red wire and see if you can't register late...Tell [Reiner] you are dying to study conducting with him at Curtis, and that I encouraged you to ask him how to ... more

Leonard Bernstein, after conducting Mahler's 2nd Symphony with Jennie Tourel as soloist, being presented with a medal from the Mahler Society
Leonard Bernstein at rehearsal with orchestra at La Scala, November 1953
Leonard and Shirley Bernstein in the green room of Carnegie Hall, after the Israel Philharmonic Concert, March 1951
Leonard Bernstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Yehudi Menuhin, Henry Morgenthau III backstage at concert for the United Jewish Appeal, December 28, 1948
Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

excerpt: "May I bring to your attention the name of Leonard Bernstein, one of the most gifted students of my conducting class at the Berkshire Music Center?" From: Correspondence Series

Leonard Bernstein leads the New York Philharmonic during the production of one of his Young People's Concerts, 1959
Leonard Bernstein with Aaron Copland at a New York Philharmonic concert, 1958
Last concert in tour with Palestine Philharmonic - at Ein Harod settlement outdoor theatre, May 10, 1947
Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

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Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic, with Felicia Bernstein narrating Joan at the Stake, 1958
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, recording session for Serenade, 1955
Conducting the New York Philharmonic in Miami, February 1963

Conducting the New York Philharmonic in Miami, February 1963

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Leonard Bernstein with Friends at Tanglewood, 1939?

Leonard Bernstein with Friends at Tanglewood, 1939?

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Tanglewood rehearsal

Tanglewood rehearsal

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Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

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Leonard Bernstein conducting concert in Ein Harod, 1950

Leonard Bernstein conducting concert in Ein Harod, 1950

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Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould at the piano during a New York Philharmonic rehearsal, 1961
Leonard Bernstein conducting the last act of Rigoletto at the annual concert for the American Fund for Israeli Institutions, Jan 12, 1956
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Palestine Philharmonic in a performance of Jeremiah, Tel Aviv, April 29, 1947
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic, Tel Aviv, May 1950
Leonard Bernstein addresses a Young People's Concert audience in Carnegie Hall, 1960
Leonard Bernstein leading a rehearsal at Tanglewood, 1961

Leonard Bernstein leading a rehearsal at Tanglewood, 1961

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Leonard Bernstein Rehearsing the New York Philharmonic in Lewisohn Stadium with soloist William Kapell, June 1947
Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in Venezuela during their South American Tour, 1958
Leonard Bernstein and Jennie Tourel, recording session, New York
Leonard Bernstein conducting one of the Young People's Concerts, 1959
A young girl narrates Peter and the Wolf during a Young People's Concert, 1960
UN, Oct. 24, 1965

UN, Oct. 24, 1965

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Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic, with Jack Benny as soloist, at a Pension Fund concert, 1959
Felicia and Leonard Bernstein greeted by the president of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra on their arrival at the Belgrade Airport, September 23, 1959
Leonard Bernstein listening to playback from Columbia Records recording session, March 23, 1951
Rehearsal for UN Concert, Oct. 24, 1965

Rehearsal for UN Concert, Oct. 24, 1965

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Rehearsal at UN, Oct. 24, 1965

Rehearsal at UN, Oct. 24, 1965

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Leonard Bernstein conducting in Moscow, August 23, 1959

Leonard Bernstein conducting in Moscow, August 23, 1959

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Leonard Bernstein leading the New York philharmonic in a Ford Presents program, 1961
Leonard Bernstein receives the Columbia University Alice M. Diston award after conducting the New York Philharmonic, April 1958
Leonard Bernstein conducts L'histoire du Soldat on Koussevitzky's birthday. Tanglewood, 1940
The Bernstein family outside the stage door to Carnegie Hall after a Friday afternoon concert, 1960
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern after a performance of Mozart, October 12, 1955
Leonard Bernstein conducting

Leonard Bernstein conducting

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Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in a Young People's Concert
Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

excerpt: "May I bring to your attention the name of Leonard Bernstein, one of the most gifted students of my conducting class at the Berkshire Music Center?" From: Correspondence Series

Leonard Bernstein conducting concert in Ein Harod, 1950

Leonard Bernstein conducting concert in Ein Harod, 1950

mferd19e51437 (EAD) 50A/001-80 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in Venezuela during their South American Tour, 1958
Leonard Bernstein and Jennie Tourel, recording session, New York
Leonard Bernstein conducting the last act of Rigoletto at the annual concert for the American Fund for Israeli Institutions, Jan 12, 1956
Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould at the piano during a New York Philharmonic rehearsal, 1961
Leonard Bernstein conducting one of the Young People's Concerts, 1959
Leonard Bernstein conducting

Leonard Bernstein conducting

mferd19e51429 (EAD) 4XA/001-47 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein receives the Columbia University Alice M. Diston award after conducting the New York Philharmonic, April 1958
Rehearsal for UN Concert, Oct. 24, 1965

Rehearsal for UN Concert, Oct. 24, 1965

mferd19e51651 (EAD) 65A/001-75 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic, Tel Aviv, May 1950
Leonard Bernstein leading the New York philharmonic in a Ford Presents program, 1961
Leonard Bernstein listening to playback from Columbia Records recording session, March 23, 1951
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Palestine Philharmonic in a performance of Jeremiah, Tel Aviv, April 29, 1947
Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

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Leonard Bernstein Rehearsing the New York Philharmonic in Lewisohn Stadium with soloist William Kapell, June 1947
Leonard Bernstein conducting in Moscow, August 23, 1959

Leonard Bernstein conducting in Moscow, August 23, 1959

mferd19e51571 (EAD) 59A/001-157 (EADunitid)

Tanglewood rehearsal

Tanglewood rehearsal

mferd19e51429 (EAD) 4XA/001-47 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein addresses a Young People's Concert audience in Carnegie Hall, 1960
Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic, with Felicia Bernstein narrating Joan at the Stake, 1958
Rehearsal at UN, Oct. 24, 1965

Rehearsal at UN, Oct. 24, 1965

mferd19e51651 (EAD) 65A/001-75 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein with Aaron Copland at a New York Philharmonic concert, 1958
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, recording session for Serenade, 1955
Conducting the New York Philharmonic in Miami, February 1963

Conducting the New York Philharmonic in Miami, February 1963

mferd19e51634 (EAD) 63A/001-87 (EADunitid)

Last concert in tour with Palestine Philharmonic - at Ein Harod settlement outdoor theatre, May 10, 1947
UN, Oct. 24, 1965

UN, Oct. 24, 1965

mferd19e51651 (EAD) 65A/001-75 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in a Young People's Concert
The Bernstein family outside the stage door to Carnegie Hall after a Friday afternoon concert, 1960
Leonard Bernstein leads the New York Philharmonic during the production of one of his Young People's Concerts, 1959
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern after a performance of Mozart, October 12, 1955
Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

mferd19e51685 (EAD) 68A/001-181 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic, with Jack Benny as soloist, at a Pension Fund concert, 1959
Leonard Bernstein conducts L'histoire du Soldat on Koussevitzky's birthday. Tanglewood, 1940
Felicia and Leonard Bernstein greeted by the president of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra on their arrival at the Belgrade Airport, September 23, 1959
Leonard Bernstein leading a rehearsal at Tanglewood, 1961

Leonard Bernstein leading a rehearsal at Tanglewood, 1961

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Leonard Bernstein with Friends at Tanglewood, 1939?

Leonard Bernstein with Friends at Tanglewood, 1939?

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A young girl narrates Peter and the Wolf during a Young People's Concert, 1960
Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

excerpt: "May I bring to your attention the name of Leonard Bernstein, one of the most gifted students of my conducting class at the Berkshire Music Center?" From: Correspondence Series

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Tribute to Teachers pencil on yellow legal pad paper, emendations on pages 10-11 in ink by Helen Coates)

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Tribute to Teachers pencil on yello...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

Leonard Bernstein with Aaron Copland at a New York Philharmonic concert, 1958
Leonard Bernstein Rehearsing the New York Philharmonic in Lewisohn Stadium with soloist William Kapell, June 1947
Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

mferd19e51685 (EAD) 68A/001-181 (EADunitid)

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

excerpt: "May I bring to your attention the name of Leonard Bernstein, one of the most gifted students of my conducting class at the Berkshire Music Center?" From: Correspondence Series

Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

Conducting, Tel Aviv, August 25, 1968

mferd19e51685 (EAD) 68A/001-181 (EADunitid)

Leonard Bernstein Rehearsing the New York Philharmonic in Lewisohn Stadium with soloist William Kapell, June 1947
Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

excerpt: "May I bring to your attention the name of Leonard Bernstein, one of the most gifted students of my conducting class at the Berkshire Music Center?" From: Correspondence Series

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Tribute to Teachers pencil on yellow legal pad paper, emendations on pages 10-11 in ink by Helen Coates)

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Tribute to Teachers pencil on yello...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

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