Baton charge by the eternal feminine

That's Marin Alsop with Leonard Bernstein in the photos I've just added to the right hand side-bar. And the New York Times are thinking Alsop as well. They have an excellent feature on her today.

Cue link to the New York Philharmonic's first woman conductor.
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