Woman becomes only female conductor of major U.S. Orchestra

After being hired as the conductor for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Nathalie Stutzmann became the group’s first female conductor and the only woman to lead a major orchestra in the U.S. The orchestra interviewed 80 candidates before choosing her. Mark Strassman has more.

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