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Cedille Records

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For more than two decades, Cedille—has produced world-class recordings featuring outstanding classical musicians.

Founded by James Ginsburg in 1989, Cedille Records has supported Chicago’s classical music community for over 30 years. A nonprofit record label, Cedille’s mission is to produce and disseminate audiophile recordings presenting the finest classical music performers and composers in and from Chicago. The recordings further the careers and legacies of these Chicago artists as Cedille invests heavily in marketing and promotion, not only of the recordings but of the artists represented on them. Unlike other record labels, Cedille never removes albums from its catalog. Each recording is a permanent documentation of the artist’s work, available both as a physical album and on online platforms.

As a label devoted to classical musicians from a specific metropolitan region, Cedille’s model is unique, and its recordings promote Chicago as a musical city by bringing the area’s most significant classical music artists to a worldwide listening public. This can be seen in the recognition our recordings consistently receive: in addition to near-universal critical praise and other awards, Cedille albums have won eight Grammy Awards and received 30 nominations, including six Awards for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance since 2008.

Sample some of the Cedille catalog below!

Mackenzie: Pibroch Suite: III. Dance (Rachel Barton Pine)
Adams: Road Movies: I. Relaxed Groove (Jennifer Koh)
Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 9: III. Allegretto (Pacifica Quartet)
Villanueva: Sueño Dorado (Jorge Federico Osorio)
Assad: Sephardic Suite: III. Ay sarica, bre (Cavatina Duo, Avalon String Quartet)
Carter: Catenaires (Ursula Oppens)
Garrop: Mythology Symphony: V. Pandora Undone (CCPA Symphony)
Mozart: String Quartet in F, K. 590: IV. (Dover Quartet)
Leopoldi: Wo der Teufel (New Budapest Orpheum Society)
Martin: Trio on Popular Irish Themes: III. Gigue (Lincoln Trio)
Satie: Tendrement (Patrice Michaels)
Mozart: Clarinet Quintet: II. Larghetto (Anthony McGill)
Sowerby: Praised be my Lord God with all his Creatures (Grant Park Orchestra and Chorus)
Haydn: Cello Concerto in C: III. Allegro molto (Wendy Warner)
Abels: Global Warming (Chicago Sinfonietta)
Krommer: Oboe Concerto No. 1: III. Rondo (Alex Klein)
Molique: Flute Concerto in D minor: III. Rondo (Mathieu Dufour)
Olson: Summer Sonnet (Chicago a cappella)
Tchaikovsky: String Quartet No. 2: II. Scherzo (Vermeer Quartet)
Scriabin: Piano Sonata No. 2: Andante (Dmitry Paperno)
Blackwood: Concert Etude Op. 30, No. 1 (Easley Blackwood)
Bach: “Dorian” Toccata (David Schrader)

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