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The Music Division wishes you a happy New Year’s Eve.  If you find your midnight kiss watched over by the winking satellite pictured in “Under the Midnight Moon,” from the Historic Sheet Music Collection, 1800-1922 in the Performing Arts Encylcopedia –  please, call a cab.

Celebrate New Year’s Day with the Bernsteins with this holiday greeting card from the Leonard Bernstein Collection.

Finally, as you ring in the New Year, take a look back at the year that was. Pianist and critic Charles T. Downey, on the Washington area arts blog Ionarts, named the performance of the Arcanto Quartet at the Coolidge Auditorium one of the best live performances of the year. What were some of your memorable musical experiences of 2010?

May your New Year be filled with music!

Comments (4)

  1. thank you. and happy new year for you.

  2. Historic Sheet Music Collection, 1800-1922
    Link incomplete


  4. @Bev, I fixed the link. Happy New Year everybody!

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