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Episode 8 – Mischa Zupko and Sang Mee Lee / Eclipse

The latest episode of Cedille’s Classical Chicago podcast features an interview with composer Mischa Zupko and violinist Sang Mee Lee, whose album Eclipse: Chamber Music by Mischa Zupko will be released on Cedille Records on November 11.

In the podcast, Mischa and Sang Mee discuss their partnership and the inspiration behind the album. Eclipse encompasses world-premiere recordings of inventive, virtuosic, and impassioned chamber works, written in a present-day musical language by the strikingly original American composer and pianist Mischa Zupko. Joining him are two close friends and accomplished colleagues, the sublime violinist Sang Mee Lee, who chairs the string department at the Music Institute of Chicago, and internationally renowned cellist Wendy Warner, a protégé of Mstislav Rostropovich. Zupko wrote some of the works expressly for these artists. 
You can listen to the podcast on Cedille’s website or subscribe on iTunes. Eclipse: Chamber Music by Mischa Zupko is available for pre-order on Amazon, iTunes, and CedilleRecords.org.

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