Janus Antics Read by Baltimore Symphony Under Baton of Marin Alsop

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Lee’s newest orchestral work, Janus Antics, was chosen to be read by the Baltimore Symphony along with two other works by Peabody composers. Peabody conductor Stephen Mulligan led the first run through, and then Marin Alsop took over for the rest. A light-hearted and capricious dance for orchestra, Janus Antics conjures the two-faced Roman god known for looking forward and backwards simultaneously.

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