Marin Alsop

music director laureate of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and founder of OrchKids

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Top U.S. orchestras had no female conductors — until Marin Alsop led the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 2007. She stepped down last June. Now a new film tells her story.

What makes a great music conductor? It’s about motivating people, says Marin Alsop

Top U.S. orchestras had no female conductors — until Marin Alsop led the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 2007. She stepped down last June. Now a new film tells her story.

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