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Episode 64, Part 2 – Rachel Barton Pine and Earl Maneein

On this two-part episode of Classical Chicago, Cedille President Jim Ginsburg talks with violinist Rachel Barton Pine and composer Earl Maneein about their experiences recording Cedille’s latest release, Dependent Arising. The album reveals (and the podcast discusses) surprising confluences between classical and heavy metal music by pairing Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with Earl Maneein’s “Dependent Arising” — Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (written specially for Rachel), all performed with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra under the baton of Tito Muñoz. Part 1 centers on Shostakovich’s concerto while Part 2 covers Earl Maneein’s new work.

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Grammy Award-winning, “velvet voiced” (NPR) baritone Will Liverman presents a recital program honoring women in classical music, past and present, on Show Me The Way, his second “passion project” recording for Cedille.

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February is Black History Month and the month of Valentine’s Day. We recognize both with a playlist of pieces about or expressing love, written by Black composers and/or sung by Black performers, including numerous selections from Joseph Bologne’s late-18th century romcom, “L’Amant Anonyme”.

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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.