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Episode 12 – Anthony McGill / Portraits
The latest episode of Cedille’s Classical Chicago Podcast features an interview with virtuoso clarinetist, Anthony McGill. In conversation with Steve Robinson and Cedille President Jim Ginsburg, Anthony discusses his new album with the McGill/McHale Trio including working with his brother, the challenges of performing in such an unusual ensemble, and his interest in recording new works like Valerie Coleman’s "Portraits of Langston."
Haymarket Opera, Chicago’s premier early opera company that presents historically informed performances played on 18th-century classical era instruments, performs on this world-premiere recording of L’Amant Anonyme (The Anonymous Lover) by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745–1799).
In honor of this month’s world premiere recording of “L’Amant Anonyme,” a 1780 opera by Afro-French composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, an exploration of music by less-known Classical period composers, including many women. We’ll add tracks form the opera when it’s released on 2/10.