Through the Lens— BIG PARTY: Neuberger Museum of Art Fall Gala

Fall Gala set up in the Neuberger Museum of Art's South Gallery

Photos by Jon Mecca

Tracy Fitzpatrick, director of the Neuberger Museum of Art

John Shearer, photographer whose work is on display in the museum (left) and Hugh Price, activist (right)

From left to right: Monte Croft (guitar/xylophone), Antonie Roney (saxophone), Clifton Anderson (trombone), Steve Jordan (drums), Tom Barney (bass)

Bruce Willis entering the stage

Mr. Willis, doing what he does best at the Museum: his harmonica

Mr. Croft (left) and Mr. Willis

The end of the performance

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