The Leonard Bernstein Festival for the Creative Arts kicked off yesterday at Brandeis. The festival, which runs through this Sunday, features work from local and national artists, as well from the Brandeis community.
Highlights of this year’s festival include Late Night with Leonard Bernstein, hosted by Bernstein’s daughter Jamie, with performances by acclaimed soprano Amy Burton and pianists John Musto and Michael Boriskin; the Brandeis Theater Company production of “Visions of an Ancient Dreamer”; and a concert by the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra.
Your creative energies need not be subdued at the festival’s end – enroll with Brandeis Summer School to continue your creative pursuits! No matter what your creative interests are, there is a summer course for you. Click the links below to see Summer 2013 offerings in:
- Creative Writing
- Film Studies
- Fine Arts
- Music Workshops
- Studio Arts
- Theater Arts
Some of the great creative arts summer courses include Directed Writing: Beginning Screenwriting where you can produce an outline and first act of an original screenplay. If you’re more into music, check out our six-day Music Workshops for violinists, clarinetists, oboists, bassoonists, and horn players. Studio arts offerings range from Into to Digital Photography to Drawing II: Wet Media.
These are just a few of the many opportunities that Brandies Summer School offers.
For more information, or to register for classes, check out the Brandeis Summer School website.
See you at the festival!