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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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Mary Elizabeth Bowden, praised for her “splendid, brilliant” artistry (Gramophone), celebrates the narrative power of the trumpet. Bowden is joined by the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and conductor Allen Tinkham in a collection of new concertos that redefine the trumpet’s voice in modern classical music.

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In celebration of Storyteller: Contemporary Concertos for Trumpet: trumpeter Mary Elizabeth Bowden‘s Cedille debut album of contemporary concertos for her instrument, a playlist of late-20th & 21st century concertos from Cedille.

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On this episode of Classical Chicago, Cedille President Jim Ginsburg talks with trumpeter Mary Elizabeth Bowden about her experience recording Cedille’s latest release, Storyteller: Contemporary Concertos for Trumpet.