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Interviews with Bernstein

February 14, 2018

John Gruen collection of Leonard Bernstein interviews


Bernstein: An Indefinable Relationship

January 30, 2018

"Lenny was nine years older than I was, and it was sort of betwixt and between. We were neither contemporaries nor master and pupil"



Curtis Artist Fellow Emily Cooley on her work at Graterford Prison

January 18, 2018

Learn more about Emily Cooley's work at Graterford Prison in her own words.


Bernstein: Duty and Career

January 18, 2018

As WWII escalated, young Bernstein feared missing his chance at success. If he left to fight for his country, would he still be a conductor when he returned?


Bernstein: A Posthumous Gift

January 3, 2018

Leonard Bernstein’s concert whites and baton, gifted to Curtis by his children, honor his long-standing relationship with Curtis.


Curtis 20/21 Ensemble Featured by the New York Times

December 11, 2017

Curtis 20/21 Ensemble Featured by the New York Times: "Brazen Virtuosity: The Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube"


Bernstein: A "Stöhr" Thing

December 8, 2017

Austrian theorist Richard Stöhr’s move to America—and his hiring by Curtis—may ultimately have saved his life.


Bernstein at Tanglewood

November 29, 2017

Bernstein and other Curtis students join Tanglewood in its first year


Curtis on Tour returns from Latin America

November 16, 2017

The start of a new school year also brought the start of a new touring season for Curtis.