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Emerging Artist Spotlight | Karisa Chiu

Learn more about the talented artists participating in this fall's Emerging Artist Competition

Karisa Chiu, violin


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Anthony McGill & Gloria Chien present a new album of German masterworks plus the world-premiere recording of Jessie Montgomery’s Peace

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In celebration of their upcoming album, October’s playlist features recordings by the Dover Quartet

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New Podcast Episode

On this episode, we sat down with Dover Quartet cellist Camden Shaw to discuss their new album of Beethoven string quartets


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Emerging Artist Spotlight | Andrew Rosenblum

Learn more about the talented artists participating in this fall's Emerging Artist Competition

Andrew Rosenblum, harpsichord

Artist Spotlight | Joel Link

"Having the opportunity to record these works has always been a dream — a very big and daunting dream, as well as a great privilege. . ."

Emerging Artist Spotlight | Karisa Chiu

Learn more about the talented artists participating in this fall's Emerging Artist Competition

Karisa Chiu, violin

GRAMMY Nods Propel Artists’ Careers

It’s a big deal when a recording and the artists on it are nominated for a Grammy Award.


Podcast

Episode 47 – Camden Shaw / Beethoven Complete String Quartets, Volume 2 — The Middle Quartets

On this episode of Classical Chicago, Dover Quartet cellist Camden Shaw joins Cedille President Jim Ginsburg in conversation about their upcoming album of Beethoven String Quartets.

The second installment of the Dover’s 3-part cycle features Beethoven’s Middle Quartets, which includes the three Op. 59 “Razumovsky” Quartets, infused with Russian folk tunes; the graceful “Harp,” Op. 74, named for its plucked string figures; and the intense Op. 95 “Serioso,” a forward-looking experiment that Beethoven originally intended “for a small circle of connoisseurs.”

Episode 46 – Andy Baker & Anthony Devroye / Leo Sowerby: The Paul Whiteman Commissions & Other Early Works

On this episode of Classical Chicago, trombonist-bandleader Andy Baker and Avalon String Quartet‘s Anthony Devroye join Cedille President Jim Ginsburg in conversation about their upcoming album.

Leo Sowerby: The Paul Whiteman Commissions & Other Early Works features two critically-acclaimed symphonic jazz works: Synconata and Symphony for Jazz Orchestra (“Monotony”). The album also features Sowerby chamber works created during the same period, including two world-premiere recordings of String Quartet in D minor and Tramping Tune. Listen to learn more about these engaging pieces through Baker and Devroye’s personal insight.

Episode 45 – David Schrader / Organ Music by Frank Ferko & Leo Sowerby

On this episode of Classical Chicago, virtuoso keyboardist David Schrader joins Cedille President Jim Ginsburg in conversation about his upcoming album.

Organ Music by Frank Ferko & Leo Sowerby features masterful organ works by two composers closely associated with Chicago: Frank Ferko and Leo Sowerby. Listen to learn more about these rarely heard pieces through Schrader’s personal insight.

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