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Marin Alsop
, conductor


In an era when great Brahms interpreters are a bit thin on the ground, Alsop is well on her way to becoming one of the best.
London Philharmonic, Brahms 1 (The Guardian)

Alsop led a supple, vibrant account…keeping the textures lucid and shaping the brassy climaxes so that they were weighty and impassioned performance.
New York Philharmonic, Copland Festival (New York Times)

A major force for good has arrived on the British music scene in the form of Marin Alsop..she combines charisma with dynamism, intelligence with enthusiasm and flair. She also gets results – I haven’t heard the CLS play this well in years.
City of London Sinfonia, contemporary British music programme (The Guardian)

Alsop was authoritave and impressive, eliciting the finest of results. Long may her British association prosper.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Brahms Requiem

Alsop coaxed real sensitivity and was keenly aware of the subtle give and take of the accompaniment. Make no mistake, this was a rare and wonderful experience…Barber’s first Symphony was superbly shaped.
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Barber 1

A complete triumph for conductor Marin Alsop, the performance confirmed Colorado’s artistic depth these days.
Colorado Symphony, Bernstein Mass

Everybody recognised that the Orchestre de Paris was on top form, and that the players were visibly happy to be led by this conductor who swept up musicians and public alike in an invigorating evening of American music.
Orchestre de Paris (Le Figaro)

Marin Alsop did more than enough to make one look forward immensely to her return to the LSO next year…an impressive London debut.
London Symphony, Rouse Percussion Concerto

An especially deep and nuanced reading.
Los Angeles Philharmonic, Shostakovich 5