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Recent Releases

George Brooks Ensemble
Release Date
07/03/10
The latest from George Brooks Summit, with special guests, Kala Ramnath, Swapan Chaudhuri, Zakir Hussain, Ronu Majumdar and Niladri Kumar
ETHEL
Artist
Release Date
06/29/10
Recognized as the first album in history with solely works by American Indian student-composers, OSHTALI (trans. “divide into four parts”) is the latest CD to feature the ebullient string quartet, ETHEL. This 16-work collection showcases the contemporary classical music of students of the Chickasaw Summer Arts Academy in Ada, Oklahoma.
andrewyork
Album
Artist
Release Date
06/20/10

Andrew York collaborates with Andy Summers, Mitsuko Kado and Allaudin Mathieu for this collection of composed and improvised works.

American Modern Ensemble
Release Date
06/12/10

 

This recording contains seven chamber works by American composer Robert Paterson, performed by the New York City based American Modern Ensemble. This world premiere recording is the first recording dedicated entirely to Paterson’s music.

tamarprod
Artist
Release Date
06/10/10

A compilation of musical pieces reflecting the various stages of life we pass through.

Pathways
Artist
Release Date
06/01/10

Paul Beaudry and Pathways is a group of veteran jazz musicians from New York City who have performed world wide and served as cultural ambassadors for the U.S. State Dept. The group's music is based on the jazz and blues tradition (i.e. Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock) and uses that as a starting point for musical exploration.

Euclid Quartet
Release Date
05/25/10

Euclid Quartet's complete set of string quartets by Bela Bartok, volume 1

billry
Artist
Release Date
05/04/10
h2 quartet
Artist
Release Date
04/26/10

Times & Spaces represents a strong group of established and emerging composers who all embody the spirit and the revered aesthetics of American art music. 

Stephan Crumps ROSETTA TRIO
Album
Release Date
04/20/10

"ingenious originals"
The New Yorker

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JazzTimes

"contained soulfulness"
Downbeat

"a title to be savored"
The Village Voice

"bareness in emotion"
NPR