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Meet Amazing Americans 音乐家与作曲家  伯恩斯坦 (Leonard Bernstein)
Photo of Bernstein's inscription, written in November 1943
在相片的题词,伯恩斯坦为其「绝佳机会」而感谢纽约爱乐交响乐团(New York Philharmonic)

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许多人在得到机会后而开始职业生涯。19431113日时,伦纳德伯恩斯坦在纽约市的卡内基音乐厅 (Carnegie Hall) 担任纽约爱乐交响乐团的指挥,这是他的初次登台。也是伯恩斯坦的大好机会跟他音乐生涯中的转捩点;他会取得这次机会是因为另一位指挥布鲁诺华尔特 (Bruno Walter) 生病了,所以由他代替上场。

Many people's careers begin after they get a "break." On November 14, 1943, Leonard Bernstein made his debut as a conductor for the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall in New York City. This was Bernstein's "big break," and a major turning point in his career. He got this break because he was substituting for another conductor, Bruno Walter, who had fallen ill.

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