Concert Hall Curveballs: Bernstein and Gould

Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould.
Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould.

Concert Hall Curveballs are those unexpected things that happen in the concert hall. The things they edit out of a CD. With some 1,500 live performances a year, Performance Today runs into a lot of these funny situations, but here's one that really takes the cake.

Concert Hall Curveballs are those unexpected things that happen in the concert hall. The things they edit out of a CD. With some 1,500 live performances a year, Performance Today runs into a lot of these funny situations, but here's one that really takes the cake. Here's Leonard Bernstein and pianist Glenn Gould, at a performance of the Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 with the New York Philharmonic.

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