Marin Alsop, Building a Future in Baltimore

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Marin Alsop and Fred Child

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Conductor Marin Alsop was appointed Music Director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra earlier this week over strenuous objections from many of the orchestra's musicians. Alsop talks with Fred Child about the appointment, the controversy, and the symphony's future.



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