Preserving Their Legacy: A Conversation with Robert Sherman

January 2014
Fanfare: The Magazine for Serious Record Collectors;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p134
An interview with broadcaster Robert Sherman is presented. When asked about the Nadia Reisenberg-Clara Rockmore Foundation, he states that he instituted that foundation to furthur the student's legacies and make sure that their notable work is not forgotten. He the idea of broadcasting came up because he always liked to play music for his friends. He adds that he started as a typist and worked to various administrative posts to director of recorded music and program director.


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