She recently had a chat with Scott Dowd who had the where-with-all to record it for WUOL. You can hear it here.
I particularly like the part where she's talking about the balance of her life and work and she says:
"Sometimes I think my life IS my work of making music, but I really can't complain. Making music is not work, it's a privilege. It's unbelievable to be in the middle of beauty every day of my life. To stand on the podium in the middle of an orchestra is the most unbelievable privilege and honor and pleasure."
Her passion for her work is arresting.
Andrew Adler had a phone interview and wrote a lovely story here.
I was fortunate enough to listen to a little of the rehearsal with the Louisville Orchestra, and wow. She is a compelling conductor.
With JoAnn Faletta on the podium and Robert Thies on piano its going to be a magnificent concert. If you have a chance to see the LO this Saturday 11/8 at the Kentucky Center... do. 502.584.7777 or louisvilleorchestra.org