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Marine Alsop Connector |  sa |  13 01 2024 |  10:05

Marine Alsop Connector | sa | 13 01 2024 | 10:05

When Leonard Bernstein's “Candide” premieres in Hall E of Vienna's Museum Quarter on January 17, it will be led by a musician who knows the work better than almost anyone else. She recorded it with the London Symphony Orchestra in 2021. She was nominated for an Emmy for concert production in 2005. She was a student of Bernstein.

A seminal experience occurred for the nine-year-old when she saw Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and she knew from then on: “I want to be a conductor.” In 1989 she studied with him and accompanied him to the first Pacific Music Festival in Japan in 1990. Marin Alsop was born with the music of her parents, who were professional musicians.

At the age of two she took piano lessons, soon after that she learned to play the violin and was soon accepted into the early learning program at the Juilliard School (New York City). At the turn of the millennium, he made the leap to Europe, where he took to the podium for the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. The first round as the “first woman at the helm of…” continues unabated; She is the first woman to conduct at La Scala in Milan, the first female conductor at Last Night Of The Proms, and the first woman to conduct an orchestra. Orchestra in Brazil (São Paulo), etc., etc.

She was appointed principal conductor of the RSO Vienna in 2019, and is also the first woman to conduct the Vienna Philharmonic. She was recently appointed principal guest conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and the highly acclaimed documentary The Conductor will be released in 2022. She has long promoted equality in business through her own initiatives and scholarship, and, in the spirit of Bernstein, is a music educator Fanatic.

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