Exhibit Open! Henri Lazarof: A Life in Music
At long last! After many Covid-related delays, University Archives & Special Collections is delighted to announce the opening of the physical exhibit of HENRI LAZAROF: A LIFE IN MUSIC.
This exhibit celebrates the career of world-renowned composer, conductor, musician, teacher, and Brandeis alumnus Henri Lazarof (1932 – 2013) as represented in the Henri Lazarof Archives, housed here at Brandeis.
In addition to teaser cases in Slosberg and near the patio entrance to Brandeis library, the full exhibit is on display at:
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Brandeis Library, level 2
Mr. Lazarof's archival collection came to Brandeis in 2019 as part of the Henri Lazarof Living Legacy, which was established by a gift to the university. It is an enriching addition to University Archives & Special Collections’ strong music and arts collections. The collection has been fully processed and is open to researchers.
The exhibit opening coincided with the Henri Lazarof Living Legacy: Inaugural Celebration, which took place on Sunday, March 27. The event included the Public Opening of the Henri Lazarof Archives and the Inaugural Henri Lazarof Chamber Concert.
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