Marin Alsop: A Life in Music
This three-case exhibition explores the life and career of Conductor & Music Director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop. Hailed as one of the world's leading conductors for her artistic vision and commitment to accessibility in classical music, Marin Alsop made history with her appointment as the 12th music director of the Baltimore Symphony in 2007, the first woman to head a major American orchestra. Her tenure as the BSO's music director has garnered national and international attention for her innovative programming and artistry. Ms. Alsop is also the principal conductor of the Sao Paulo Orchestra in Brazil, which she has led on several major tours of Europe & Brazil, as well as the first appearance by a Brazilian orchestra at the BBC Proms.
The exhibition features a selection of material from Ms. Alsop's archive, including family photographs, music scores, conducting notes, scrapbook pages, event programs and various awards. The exhibition also includes memorabilia, such as two of Ms. Alsop's conducting batons and three Grammy Award Nominee medals.
This exhibition is no longer on view.