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MARIN ALSOP IN NEWSWEEK:
ONE OF “AMERICA’S MOST POWERFUL WOMEN” FEATURED IN OCTOBER 24th ISSUE

Newsweek, in its October 24th issue, has chosen to highlight Naxos artist Marin Alsop as one of "America’s most powerful women” in a special report entitled “How Women Lead."  Cited along with such cultural luminaries as Oprah Winfrey and Vera Wang for her “continuing passion” for her work as a conductor, Alsop gives a first-person account of the important moments in her career

The Newsweek feature comes on the heels of Alsop winning 2005 MacArthur Fellowship and her appointment as music director of the Baltimore Symphony

On October 11th, Naxos released a new recording of Brahms’ Symphony No. 2 and Hungarian Dances, the second installment in its Brahms symphonies cycle featuring, which Time Out New York writer Steve Smith praised as "a gorgeous efflorescence . . . The results do conductor and ensemble proud."

BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2; Hungarian Dances
Marin Alsop, London Philharmonic Orchestra

8.557429

Release date: October 11th, 2005

"A gorgeous efflorescence . . . The results do ensemble and conductor proud." -- Steve Smith, Time Out New York

ALSO AVAILABLE:

KURT WEILL (1900-1950): Symphony No. 1; Symphony No. 2; Lady in the Dark: Symphonic Nocturne (concert suite arranged by Robert Russell Bennett)
Marin Alsop, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

8.557481

"Alsop is completely on top of the various styles required . . . The band (known in England as the BSO) plays with strength and purpose for her." -- Richard Dyer, Boston Globe 










 
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