In this 1969 photo, Pulitzer-Winning Composer Leslie Bassett, professor of music at the University of Michigan and a native of Hanford, tunes in at the first performance of his “Colloquy,” during a rehearsal of the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra for the world premiere performance. Conductor Thomas Griswold is on the rostrum in background.
In this 1969 photo, Pulitzer-Winning Composer Leslie Bassett, professor of music at the University of Michigan and a native of Hanford, tunes in at the first performance of his “Colloquy,” during a rehearsal of the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra for the world premiere performance. Conductor Thomas Griswold is on the rostrum in background. The Fresno Bee
In this 1969 photo, Pulitzer-Winning Composer Leslie Bassett, professor of music at the University of Michigan and a native of Hanford, tunes in at the first performance of his “Colloquy,” during a rehearsal of the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra for the world premiere performance. Conductor Thomas Griswold is on the rostrum in background. The Fresno Bee

Leslie Bassett, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer born in Hanford, dies at 93

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