Review: The Hollywood Bowl turns up the heat for Leonard Bernstein celebration — sometimes too high.

It wasn’t, by a long shot, all awful. Yes, the orchestra’s principal clarinetist, Boris Allakhverdyan was an under-miked soloist in “Prelude, Fugue and Riffs,” which was written for Woody Hermann’s band. Yes, a young French cello soloist, Edgar Moreau, was over-miked in the “Mass” meditations, making his heavy vibrato come across as emotionally heavy-handed. Yes, the “West Side Story” dances had screwy balances.