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The piano used by Leonard Bernstein was put in display at Ravinia’s Associates Board Gallery exhibit on the composer. (Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media)
A Grammy Award won by Bernstein in 1989 for Best Orchestral Performance for “Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor.”
The museum displayed some of Bernstein’s small posters from several of Bernstein’s productions throughout his career.
Bernstein’s slippers with his initials.
The exhibit replicated Bernstein’s home office.
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2:03 am CDT August 6, 2019

Ravinia recently opened its Associates Board Gallery, in the brand-new RaviniaMusicBox Experience Center on July 23, with the acclaimed traveling exhibit that the Grammy Museum curated in celebration of the Leonard Bernstein centennial. Ravinia is in its second year of a multi-season celebration of Bernstein in his many guises as conductor, composer, mentor, activist, and “America’s music teacher.” The Leonard Bernstein at 100 exhibit will be free and open to concert-goers from the time the park opens until concert begins each night through Sept. 15, 2019.