HISTORIC HOUSE MUSEUM
The Leroy Anderson House in Woodbury, Connecticut was the home of American composer Leroy Anderson (1908 - 1975) and his wife Eleanor Firke Anderson (1918 - 2014). The Leroy Anderson House is a Historic House Museum on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the headquarters of the Leroy Anderson Foundation, Inc.
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The Leroy Anderson House contains an exhibit devoted to Leroy Anderson. Visitors may see his Work room with original manuscripts, his Library with extensive collection of books on music and languages, his grand piano, commissioned art including his formal portrait by Isabelle Wadsworth, sculpture by William Talbot, and painting by Russell Huff representing Stravinsky's Firebird.
Leroy Anderson House
The house is open for general admission from Noon to 5:00 pm on many weekends. See the link to the Calendar of Open Days below. To reserve, send an email to leroyandersonfoundation
@gmail.com. Group Visits may be arranged on most any day.
Calendar of Open Days
Since September 2018, the Leroy Anderson House has presented free concerts for the public to enjoy. Outdoor concerts take place in May, June, late August and September. Indoor concerts take place October through April.
MUSIC FROM THE LEROY ANDERSON HOUSE
Over the years we have created video and audio recordings at the Leroy Anderson House. They can be enjoyed on the YouTube channel of the Leroy Anderson Foundation or on this website in the Audio - Video Archive.
LEROY ANDERSON PLACES
The Leroy Anderson Bandstand and the Eleanor Anderson Memorial Garden are on Woodbury's historic North Green. You can see Leroy Anderson's boyhood home in Cambridge, Massachusetts at Leroy Anderson Square.
North Green, Woodbury
AUDIO - VIDEO ARCHIVE
The Leroy Anderson Archive includes an Audio and Video Archive of nearly 200 recordings by Leroy Anderson and others of the music of this important 20th Century composer whose music is frequently performed throughout the world.
The Leroy Anderson family has created numerous biographical videos of Leroy Anderson which can be viewed on this website and on the YouTube channel titled: Leroy Anderson Official Artist Channel. On this website, visit the "Video" page.
To read about Leroy Anderson's roots in Sweden, Leroy Anderson Centenary and more, go the
Site Map page. Articles are organized in categories both by subject and chronologically.
The Leroy Anderson Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3, non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable organization that was founded in 2010 by Eleanor F. Anderson. The Leroy Anderson House and surrounding land are owned by the Leroy Anderson Foundation.