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Letter from Olga Koussevitzky to Leonard Bernstein, November 20, 1957

Letter from Olga Koussevitzky to Leonard Bernstein, November 20, 1957

excerpt: "Am rejoicing at your Philharmonic appointment feel that the wishes of Serge Alexandrvich [sic] and his faith in you are fulfilling..." From: Correspondence Series

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, April 22, 1958

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Ap...

excerpt: "...we want to tell you, on behalf of the Committee for the Young People's Concerts, what a magnificent job you have done."

Letter from Olga Koussevitzky to Leonard Bernstein, October 16, 1956

Letter from Olga Koussevitzky to Leonard Bernstein, October 16, 1956

excerpt: "The news of your nomination as co-director of Philharmonic ...There is a feeling of rightness about it that deeply moves and gladdens my heart." From: Correspondence Series

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, September 28, 1965

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Se...

excerpt: " we enjoyed collaborating in tonight's wonderful concert "

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, July 7, 1980

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Ju...

excerpt: " back from two weeks of tour following the League Conference hasten to write in praise of your ASOL Keynote Address."

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, August 25, 1986

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Au...

excerpt: " warmest birthday greetings .also to thank you for all you did to make the U.S. Tour so successful."

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, November 10, 1988

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, No...

excerpt: " I write to clarify the benefit purposes of the concert on your 45th anniversary Monday night."

 Gerry Mulligan with the New York Philharmonic - 1989

Gerry Mulligan with the New York Philharmonic - 1989

Gerry Mulligan performing with the New York Philharmonic, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York, December 1989. (Content) Copyright 1989, Jorjana Kellaway. Used by permission. (Copyright Notice) This ite... more

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, December 19, 1985

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, De...

excerpt: "Those two weeks with you back at the helm were absolutely sensational!"

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1944

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1944

excerpt: "Just a last minute correction: the first Philharmonic concert next week is Wednesday night, not Thursday..." From: Correspondence Series

Carlos Mosely [New York Philharmonic] to Danny Kaye, April 5, 1965

Carlos Mosely [New York Philharmonic] to Danny Kaye, April 5, 1965

Regarding Danny Kaye's performance conducting the New York Philharmonic on March 29, 1965. (General) Courtesy of New York Philharmonic (Copyright Notice)

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, August 13, 1990

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Au...

excerpt: "Our 1990 Parks T-shirt is one of out best ever, and we thought you'd enjoy one."

[ Joan Bonime (New York Philharmonic) to Danny Kaye, June 6, 1958]

[ Joan Bonime (New York Philharmonic) to Danny Kaye, June 6, 1958]

Courtesy New York Philharmonic (Copyright Notice)

Harry Ellis Dickson to Perry New York Philharmonic, February 13, 1965

Harry Ellis Dickson to Perry New York Philharmonic, February 13, 1965

Regarding musical cuts that Danny Kaye uses in his performances as a conductor. (General)

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, November 20, 1957

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, No...

excerpt: " best wishes upon your appointment as our musical director "

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
Poster in a public park advertising the New York Philharmonic's performance in Zagreb, 1959
 Joan Bonime (New York Philharmonic) to Robert McElwaine, May 6, 1958

Joan Bonime (New York Philharmonic) to Robert McElwaine, May 6, 1958

Regarding a photograph of "Maestro Kaye" (General) Courtesy New York Philharmonic (Copyright Notice)

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, November 25, 1985

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, No...

excerpt: "...I enjoyed and sppreciated your involvement on behalf of Aaron Copland on the 14th Aaron was very moved by your presence "

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Serge Koussevitzky, September 1943

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Serge Koussevitzky, September 1943

excerpt: "I finally had my talk with Judson and Zirato this morning...there is apparently to be no contract...I am to receive $125 a week...until I have proved myself to the Philharmonic and to the public I hav... more

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, March 4, 1985

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Ma...

excerpt: "Congratulations on the Lifetime Achievement Award Grammy!"

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, March 16, 1984

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Ma...

excerpt: "Thank you for making Wednesday night's concert so special."

Leonard Bernstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Yehudi Menuhin, Henry Morgenthau III backstage at concert for the United Jewish Appeal, December 28, 1948
Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! pencil (3rdpage on yellow legal pad paper) ; "Worksheets" do not scan Helen Coates note

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! pencil (3rdpage on...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, July 15, 1960

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Ju...

excerpt: " we have signed a lease with Carnegie Hall for 1960-61 it begins to appear very definite now that the new hall will be ready in time "

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, September 2, 1960

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Se...

excerpt: " I sincerely hoped you would change your mind about the year '61-2 and go back to the schedule you had written in your prevoius letter "

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, September 29, 1966

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Se...

excerpt: " apprication[sic] for your artistic contribution at our concert "

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Toast to Vienna in 34 Time typescript on pink paper with emendations in pencil and red ink, revised pages are mimeos on pink

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Toast to Vienna in 34 Time typescri...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! typescript on green paper with emendations in red, blue & black pencil and pen

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! typescript on gree...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, 1976

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, 19...

excerpt: Card containing "Leonard Bernstein" and "New York Philharmonic Orchestra" written in Japanese, Russian, and Greek.

Leonard Bernstein's 1,000th concert with the New York Philharmonic, in Philharmonic Hall, conduction Mahler's Second Symphony, December 15, 1971
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
Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic, with Felicia Bernstein narrating Joan at the Stake, 1958
Conducting the New York Philharmonic in Miami, February 1963

Conducting the New York Philharmonic in Miami, February 1963

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Leonard Bernstein addresses a Young People's Concert audience in Carnegie Hall, 1960
Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould at the piano during a New York Philharmonic rehearsal, 1961
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
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, 1989
Leonard Bernstein with Nadia Boulanger at the New York Philharmonic tribute to recently deceased Bruno Walter, February 17, 1962
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
Leonard Bernstein seated next to Jennie Tourel, reviewing tracks from a recording session of Mahler's 2nd Symphony, 1962
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
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, November 14, 1988

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, No...

excerpt: "Forty Five seems like yesterday, when you're having such fun!"

Leonard Bernstein working with Andre Watts (age 16) before his debut with the New York Philharmonic at a Young People's Concert, January 12, 1963
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 and the New York Philharmonic arrive in Hawaii, 1960. Helen Coates to the right of Bernstein
The Bernstein family outside the stage door to Carnegie Hall after a Friday afternoon concert, 1960
Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in a Young People's Concert
The musicians and cargo of the New York Philharmonic preparing for their Russian tour, July 1959
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, July 15, 1960

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Ju...

excerpt: " we have signed a lease with Carnegie Hall for 1960-61 it begins to appear very definite now that the new hall will be ready in time "

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, September 2, 1960

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Se...

excerpt: " I sincerely hoped you would change your mind about the year '61-2 and go back to the schedule you had written in your prevoius letter "

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! pencil (3rdpage on yellow legal pad paper) ; "Worksheets" do not scan Helen Coates note

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! pencil (3rdpage on...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, September 29, 1966

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, Se...

excerpt: " apprication[sic] for your artistic contribution at our concert "

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! typescript on green paper with emendations in red, blue & black pencil and pen

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Forever Beethoven! typescript on gree...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Toast to Vienna in 34 Time typescript on pink paper with emendations in pencil and red ink, revised pages are mimeos on pink

Young People's Concerts Scripts: A Toast to Vienna in 34 Time typescri...

From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, 1976

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York to Leonard Bernstein, 19...

excerpt: Card containing "Leonard Bernstein" and "New York Philharmonic Orchestra" written in Japanese, Russian, and Greek.

Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in Venezuela during their South American Tour, 1958
Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic arrive in Hawaii, 1960. Helen Coates to the right of Bernstein
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 receives the Columbia University Alice M. Diston award after conducting the New York Philharmonic, April 1958
Leonard Bernstein with Nadia Boulanger at the New York Philharmonic tribute to recently deceased Bruno Walter, February 17, 1962
Leonard Bernstein leading the New York philharmonic in a Ford Presents program, 1961

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