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Violist Michelle LaCourse has appeared as soloist and chamber musician on four continents. A graduate of Peabody, she is now on the faculty at Boston University's School of Music and was awarded the Metcalf Cup and Prize for excellence in teaching in 2009. She collaborates with composer/pianist Martin Amlin in a recording of works for viola and piano.
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Hand Eye - works composed for Eighth Blackbird by Timo Andres, Andrew Norman, Robert Honstein, Christopher Cerrone, and Jacob Cooper / Eighth Blackbird
Sephardic Journey - works by Alan Thomas (b.1967); Joseph Williams (b.1979); Carlos Rafael Rivera (b.1970); David Leisner (b.1953) / Eugenia Moliner, flute; Denis Azabagic, guitar
Miroslav Srnka (b.1975): Pouhou vlnou for piano quintet; Engrams for string quartet; Tree of Heaven for violin, viola & cello; Simple Space for cello & piano / Wilhelm Latchoumia, piano, Quatuor Diotima
Samuel Adler (b.1928): Symphony No. 6; Concerto for Cello and Orchestra; Drifting on Winds and Currents / Maximilian Hornung, cello; Royal Scottish NO, José Serebrier
Hans Werner Henze (1926-1912): Symphonie No. 7; Sieben Boleros; L'Heure Bleue / Markus Stenz, Guerzenich Orchestra of Cologne
Elliot Miles McKinley (b.1969): Infinite Landscapes / SOLI Chamber Ensemble, Martinu Quartet
Margaret Bradman (b. 1949): Sensations - Wind, Waves, Birds & Fire / Vít Muzík, violin; Lucie Kaucká, Marcello Maio, Margaret Brandman, piano; Moravian PO, Petr Vronsky
Marco Tutino (b.1954): Le Braci (Embers), opera / Angela Nisi, soprano; Romina Tomasoni, mezzo-soprano; Roberto Scandiuzzi, bass; Alfonso Antoniozzi, baritone; International Orchestra of Italy, Francesco Cilluffo
Zdenek Fibich (1850-1900): String Quartet No. 2; Radu Paladi (1927-2013): String Quartet No.1 / Martfeld Quartett