|Mezzo del Giorno: A portrait of Marilyn Horne |
from the early days of her singing career.
county-mandated seismic retrofitting, replacement of early 20th century electrical and plumbing, implementing energy efficient options, modernized offices, and restoration of the patios, terrace, and fountains. Academy Board member Seymour Leher and his wife Shirley, whom the Lehrer Studios were named for, challenged the Music Academy Board and community philanthropists
|Marilyn Horne (center) at the ceremony to name a building after her in Santa Barbara.|