The Power Plant

12/16/2014

In 1972, composer Leonard Bernstein returned to Harvard to live on campus andĀ serveĀ as the ‘Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry,’ a post first established in 1925. The most famous aspect of this prestigious role is the delivery of six public lectures. Bernstein’s cross-disciplinary investigation centered around music’s relationship with language. “In any sense in which Read More