**THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED**
Women's Philanthropy proudly presensts Jamie Bernstein, author of Famous Father Girl
Wine, Hors d'oeuvres & Desser
$20 per person (daughters and granddaughters 12 years and older are welcome to attend)
$25 at the door
RSVP by Monday, April 20, 2020
Famous Father Girl
The oldest daughter of revered composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein offers a rare look at her father on the centennial of his birth in a deeply intimate and broadly evocative memoir. In Famous Father Girl, Bernstein mines the emotional depths of her childhood and invites us into her family’s private world. A fantastic set of characters populates the Bernsteins’ lives, including: the Kennedys, Mike Nichols, John Lennon, Richard Avedon, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins, and Betty (Lauren) Bacall. An intoxicating tale and an intimate meditation on a complex and sometimes troubled man, the family he raised, and the music he composed that became the soundtrack to their entwined lives. Deeply moving and often hilarious, Bernstein’s beautifully written memoir is a great American story about one of the greatest Americans of the modern age.
Jamie Bernstein is an author, broadcaster, filmmaker and concert narrator. In addition to writing articles and concert narrations, Jamie travels extensively, speaking about music as well as about her father, Leonard Bernstein. Jamie’s film documentary, Crescendo: the Power of Music, is viewable on iTunes.
Minimum pledge: $180 to the 2020 Federation Campaign. You will have the opportunity to privately make your 2020 gift during the event.