The Paley Center for Media pays tribute to the extraordinary legacy of Leonard Bernstein with Sunday screenings of select rare television broadcasts.
As part of the Bernstein at 100 international celebration of the legendary American composer and conductor―whose televised series of Young People’s Concerts introduced millions of children to the joys of classical music―the Paley Center screens a selection of historic broadcasts every Sunday in August, including Bernstein’s television conducting debut and other rarities (many of which are not available commercially). Screenings are free and open to the public.
12:15 pm: NBC Opera Theatre: Trouble in Tahiti
1:00 pm: Compilation Reel: On the Town
1:10 pm: Wonderful Town
12:15 pm: Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic: The Creative Performer
1:15 pm: CBS News Special: Inside Pop: The Rock Revolution
2:10 pm: New York Philharmonic Young People’s Concerts: Bach Transmogrified
12:15 pm: American Masters: Leonard Bernstein: Reaching for the Note
2:15 pm: Candide
12:15 pm: Bernstein at 60: An Appreciation: Live from Wolf Trap
3:15 pm: Great Performances: Bernstein Conducts West Side Story