Itzhak Perlman: One of my dreams was to play with the Israel Philharmonic because growing up in Israel, the dream is — if you are a musician — is to play with the Israel Philharmonic.  So I would say that probably was very memorable to me. And it was very funny because it’s a good story.  They introduced — they took out a copy of a letter that I wrote when I was 11 years old, and I wanted to play with the Israel Philharmonic. And I wrote a letter to the Philharmonic, saying, “I hereby request an audition to play with the orchestra.” I wrote it all myself in pen and so on — “Sincerely yours” — and they never answered.  And then they showed it to me because they kept it.  So when I played with them, then that was like a dream come true for me as a youngster.