Bradley Cooper Details Intense Process Conducting Orchestra As Leonard Bernstein In ‘Maestro’

Bradley Cooper has scored a Golden Globe nomination for his role as legendary conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein in “Maestro.” He also got a Best Director nod for the film, as well as a nomination for Best Motion Picture – Drama. Bradley spent six years bringing the film to life, including learning how to conduct so that he could recreate Leonard’s famous performance with the London Symphony Orchestra in 1966. Bradley opened up on “The Howard Stern Show” about perfecting the intense, six-minute scene and all the preparation that went into getting it just right. “Maestro” is in select theaters now and begins streaming on Netflix on Dec. 20.