Bernstein Centennial Celebration Continues With Concerts Worldwide, Philadelphia Museum Exhibition

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The actual 100th anniversary of the birth of musician extraordinaire Leonard Bernstein on August 25 will be celebrated worldwide—capped by a special concert at Tanglewood that will be taped and later broadcast—while the centennial commemoration of his life and work continues elsewhere.
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