Élan Recordings is an independent record label specializing in classical music.
History [ edit ]
Élan Recordings was established in 1985 by pianist
Santiago Rodriguez and his wife, Natalia Rodriguez. The catalogue features numerous Spanish/Latin recordings. It also features a number of historic re-releases. Santiago Rodriguez records exclusively for Élan. [1 ] [1 ]
Artists [ edit ]
Santiago Rodriguez, pianist Carmen Balthrop,
soprano Elias Barreiro, guitar
Bibiano Borrato, guitar
Rudolfo Brito, pianist
Hsuan-Ya Chen, pianist
Mark Clinton and Nicole Narboni, duo pianists
Cuarteto Latinoamericano, string quartet Evelyn Garvey,
fortepiano Jaemi Kim, pianist
André Laplante, pianist
Noel Lester, pianist
Raymond Lewenthal, pianist
Donald Manildi, pianist
Elmar Oliveira, violinist Reubén Pelåez, pianist
cellist Thomas Schumaker, pianist
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra Earl Wild, pianist
References [ edit ]
^ a b McLellan (June 7, 1998)
Sources [ edit ]
Ashby. "Guide to Records: Santiago Rodriguez."
, Jul/Aug 1994, Vol. 57 Issue n. 4, pg. 155. American Record Guide Cornelius, Stephen.
"Pianist Searches For The Unexpected In The Music". , September 27, 1996, p. 28 Toledo Blade Gerber, L. "A Conversation with Santiago Rodriguez."
, 1992, Vol. 15 Issue n. 3, pp. 107–11. Fanfare Manildi, Donald. "Guide to Records: Santiago Rodriguez."
American Record Guide, Jan/Feb 1995, Vol. 58 Issue n.1, p157. March, Ivan; Greenfield, Edward; Layton, Robert.
. Penguin, 2009 The Penguin Guide to Recorded Classical Music 2010 McLellan, Joseph.
"The Little Record Company That Could". , April 1, 1990. Washington Post (subscription required) McLellan, Joseph.
"Some Big Names Fit Well on Small Labels". Washington Post, Nov. 6, 1994. McLellan, Joseph.
"Santiago Rodriguez, Playing with Élan". Washington Post, June 7, 1998. (subscription required) Phillip, Scott. "Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas, Piano Sonata No. 1..."
Fanfare, July 1, 2010.
External links [ edit ]