Returns to London, Baltimore & Dallas

Early in 2023, Marin Alsop returns to the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) for a pairing of the Symphonic Nocturne from Weill’s Broadway show Lady in the Dark with Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto, featuring Leeds Competition-winner Eric Lu as soloist. Incorporating spoken introductions to both works by the conductor herself, the program will be presented in the relaxed atmosphere of the LSO’s popular “Half Six Fix” series (Feb 8 & 9).

Next Alsop rejoins the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for Mahler’s First Symphony, “Titan” and the world premiere of Tipping Point, a new Baltimore Symphony commission from Huang Ruo, “one of the world’s leading young composers” (New Yorker), whose new work addresses the climate change crisis (Feb 17–19).

Alsop completes her winter lineup at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, with concerts featuring Antrópolis by Mexican composer and Guggenheim Fellow Gabriela Ortiz and the First Piano Concerto (“Latin”) by Latin Grammy-winning Venezuelan pianist-composer Gabriela Montero, who undertakes the solo role herself (Feb 23–25).


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