FILE - In this Oct. 15, 1976, file photo, U.S. conductor Leonard Bernstein conducts musicians of Munich’s Bavarian Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra during rehearsal for a concert to be performed for the benefit of Amnesty International on Oct. 17. With 2018 marking the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth, a spotlight has again been placed on the composer’s fierce commitment to education, demonstrated throughout his life by activities like the Young People’s Concerts and his Harvard Lecture Series. It was during the latter that Bernstein emphasized the importance of “inter-disciplinary values,” explaining that “the best way to ‘know’ a thing is in the context of another discipline.”
FILE - In this Oct. 15, 1976, file photo, U.S. conductor Leonard Bernstein conducts musicians of Munich’s Bavarian Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra during rehearsal for a concert to be performed for the benefit of Amnesty International on Oct. 17. With 2018 marking the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth, a spotlight has again been placed on the composer’s fierce commitment to education, demonstrated throughout his life by activities like the Young People’s Concerts and his Harvard Lecture Series. It was during the latter that Bernstein emphasized the importance of “inter-disciplinary values,” explaining that “the best way to ‘know’ a thing is in the context of another discipline.” Dieter Endlicher, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Oct. 15, 1976, file photo, U.S. conductor Leonard Bernstein conducts musicians of Munich’s Bavarian Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra during rehearsal for a concert to be performed for the benefit of Amnesty International on Oct. 17. With 2018 marking the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth, a spotlight has again been placed on the composer’s fierce commitment to education, demonstrated throughout his life by activities like the Young People’s Concerts and his Harvard Lecture Series. It was during the latter that Bernstein emphasized the importance of “inter-disciplinary values,” explaining that “the best way to ‘know’ a thing is in the context of another discipline.” Dieter Endlicher, File AP Photo