Truman Capote Reading From Breakfast At Tiffany’s

9 Nov

Truman Capote photographed by Irving Penn

This amazing live performance by Truman Capote had been recorded April, 7th, 1963 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. This soundfile is now available at New York’s 92|Y Online Media; a cultural oriented internet platform, which was set to life through the generous support of the Sidney E Frank Charitable Foundation and by readers and listeners like you. Consequently, you can download some great 16 minutes from here; or listen directly to the live stream:

Should you wish to find out a little bit more about Truman Capote, the man who once said that life is a moderately good play with a badly written third act; so why don’t you pay him a visit?

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