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Artist Spotlight | Craig Trompeter

In celebration of Cedille’s upcoming album release, L’Amant Anonyme, we are proud to feature Craig Trompeter of the Haymarket Opera Company in our Artist Spotlight series, where Chicago’s classical artists discuss the music important to them.

From Craig:

In June, 2022, Haymarket Opera Company presented the Chicago premiere of Joseph Bologne’s only extant opera L’Amant Anonyme, which we then recorded with Cedille Records. At Haymarket, we champion forgotten pieces of repertoire from the 17th and 18th centuries by presenting them using period musical instruments and staging aesthetics. L’Amant Anonyme is just such a piece and its composer’s renaissance is long overdue. Bologne’s music is elegant, passionate, inventive, and unique. There are so many great musical moments in L’Amant. One of my favorites is the Act One finale “Que de maux.” It is a musical tour de force that brims over with the frenetic energy and joyful mayhem. This is music to brighten any gray day. It was a great honor for me to conduct our stellar cast and orchestra as we brought this beautiful work to the stage and then to disc. We are delighted to offer it to listeners worldwide in this recording.

L’Amant Anonyme is now available for pre-order. To learn more about the project and purchase, click below.



Named one of the greatest string quartets of the last 100 years by BBC Music Magazine, the Grammy-nominated Dover Quartet’s critically acclaimed epic traversal of Beethoven’s Complete String Quartets, including Vol. 1: The Opus 18 Quartets (2020), Vol. 2: The Middle Quartets (2021), and Vol. 3: The Late Quartets (2022), is now available as a specially priced 8-disc boxed set (price of 3 CDs).

Monthly Playlist

For the month of Thanksgiving, 50 pieces whose lyrics (actual or implied) give thanks to or praise God. Especially featured is mid-20th century Chicago composer Leo Sowerby’s 1946 Pulitzer Prize-winning hymn of praise, The Canticle of the Sun, whose movements are interspersed through the playlist.

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On this episode of Classical Chicago, Cedille President Jim Ginsburg talks with Chicago a cappella Artistic Director John William Trotter about his experience recording Cedille’s latest release, Miracle of Miracles — Music for Hanukkah. The album features a collection of songs from more than 25 years of Chicago a cappella performances, arranged into a single program that replays the story of Hanukkah.