Young Bernstein in Boston

The leaders of a spring seminar and fall exhibit and conference on Leonard Bernstein ’39 seek firsthand information about the musician in his hometown (into the early 1950s). Students, friends, colleagues, and family members willing to be interviewed are asked to contact Mason professor of music Carol J. Oja (617-495-3791; coja@fas.harvard.edu) or Watts professor of music Kay Kaufman Shelemay (617-495-4008; [email protected]).

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