1946 New York City Symphony Announcement (and Leonard Bernstein Ephemera).

1946 New York City Symphony Announcement (and Leonard Bernstein Ephemera)

The New York City Symphony, 1946. A nice example of New York City Symphony history -- and a wonderful piece of very early Leonard Bernstein ephemera. The original flyer announcing the 1946 Fall series ("10 consecutive Monday evening concerts/Tuesday evening concerts --September 23 to November 26"), with a prominent photo of the new Music Director of the New York City Symphony, a baby-faced, 28 year old Leonard Bernstein, who held this position from 1945-1947. The flyer has held up very nicely: crisp, clean and Near Fine, with vivid black and red titling offsetting the white backdrop. The flyer measures 9" tall x 6" wide and is well-protected in its archival plastic sleeve. Near Fine. Item #16855

Price: $500.00

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