Leonard Bernstein 100: The Masters Photograph the Maestro

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9.2 X 1.1 X 11.0 inches | 3.1 pounds
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About the Author

Steve J. Sherman is a photographer, concert producer, and activist. As a photographer in the performing arts since 1983, he is widely recognized for his long-term associations with Carnegie Hall and The New York Times. His photos have been featured in and on countless publications, books, recordings, TV documentaries, and in two feature films, and exhibited in museums, concert halls, and galleries worldwide. His acclaimed coffee-table book Leonard Bernstein at Work: His Final Years 1984-1990 (Amadeus Press, 2010) features all his own photography, and he is proud to now feature other peoples photography in this, his second book.www.stevejsherman.com Jamie Bernstein is a writer, broadcaster, filmmaker, and concert narrator. In addition to writing her many articles and concert narrations, Jamie travels extensively, speaking about music as well as about her father, Leonard Bernstein. Jamie's film documentary, Crescendo: the Power of Music has won numerous prizes, and is now viewable on Netflix. Jamie's memoir, Famous Father Girl, was published by HarperCollins in June of 2018. More about Jamie's multifaceted life can be found on her website: www.jamiebernstein.net.


"As we turn the last page, we are left with a sense of knowing this man, and being a better person for it. This is a book that is read once, and then once again, and again--each time gaining new insight into a true maestro." --New York Journal of Books

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