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Alsop, Marin (마린 알솝)

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Manhattan, America

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1956/10/16~

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Biography
Alsop was born in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA, North America to professional musician parents.

Alsop attended Yale University but later transferred to the Juilliard School, where she earned her bachelor's and master's degrees, both in violin. She founded the string ensemble String Fever in 1981. She won the Koussevitzky Conducting Prize at the Tanglewood Music Center in 1989, where she studied under Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, and Gustav Meier, among others.

Alsop has been music director of the Cabrillo Music Festival in Santa Cruz, California since 1991. The festival specializes in contemporary music. For 12 years, she was music director of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, initially starting with the title principal conductor. She is now the orchestra's conductor laureate. She has also served as music director of the Eugene Symphony Orchestra in Eugene, Oregon. She was associate conductor of the Richmond Symphony in Richmond, Virginia from 1988 to 1990.

Alsop was appointed Principal Conductor of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in autumn 2002. She was voted Gramophone magazine's Artist of the Year in 2003 and won the Royal Philharmonic Society's conductor's award in the same season. She is currently contracted to remain as the Bournemouth Symphony's principal conductor through 2008, at which time she is scheduled to relinquish this post. [1]

In April 2007, Alsop was one of eight conductors of British orchestras to endorse the 10-year classical music outreach manifesto, "Building on Excellence: Orchestras for the 21st Century", to increase the presence of classical music in the UK, including giving free entry to all British schoolchildren to a classical music concert. [2]

In July 2005, Alsop was chosen to lead the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) following a search to replace outgoing music director Yuri Temirkanov. This 2005 appointment made Alsop the first woman to lead a major American orchestra, even though JoAnn Falletta was named music director of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra in 1998. [3] Alsop became BSO's Music Director Designate in the 2006-2007 concert season, and in the 2007–2008 season, she assumed the orchestra's directorship, thus becoming its 12th music director and first female music director. Her selection is noteworthy because Alsop is the first female Music Director of one of America's top 25 orchestras. The decision to appoint Alsop was surrounded in controversy when it became apparent that an overwhelming majority of the orchestra's members were opposed to the manner in which management handled the appointment, and felt that they were excluded from the music director search process. However, the orchestra and Alsop met after the announcement and smoothed over their differences. [4] [5]

On September 20, 2005, Alsop became the first conductor ever to receive the MacArthur Fellowship.

Alsop is noted for her advocacy and interpretations of American music, but is establishing her reputation in the core symphonic repertory as well. She is the first woman to record the complete cycle of symphonies by Brahms; she is recording them, along with the overtures, Haydn Variations, and some Hungarian Dance arrangements, with the London Philharmonic for the Naxos Records label. As of mid-2007, all but the Fourth Symphony have been released. She is also the first woman conductor to have recorded a Mahler symphony with a major orchestra - the Fifth Symphony with the London Symphony Orchestra on the LSO Live label.

Alsop received a honorary degree of Doctor of Music from Bournemouth University on 7 November 2007.

 

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