Eroica Classical Recordings

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Eroica Classical Recordings is a leading classical record label, based in Carpinteria, California in the United States. It is internationally recognized for its Bartók recordings, and discoverer of new talents. Eroica had initiated an intensive series of auditions, which have resulted in the signing of over a hundred brilliantly gifted new artists.

Chamber music players and ensembles include the: Nothing But Valves brass quartet; Equinox string quartet; Manchester Chamber Players; Westwind brass quintet; Rudiakov piano and bassoon duo; Abbott/Williams piano duo; Duo Cantico flute and piano duo; Equal Temperament percussion duo; Bologni/Bruno violin and piano duo; Marasco/Vichi flute and piano duo; Carlini/Castellano bassoon and piano duo; Hanani/Levin cello and piano duo, Wissinger/Klibonoff flute and piano duo; Jiang violin duo; Dennis/Amalong flute and piano duo, Gulbard Quartet, Trio Ariana, the Zino Vinnikov /Sergey Maltsev violin and piano duo, Duo Scaramouche piano 4-hands, Soli deo Gloria Baroque trumpet and organ duo, Suzanne Teng Ensemble, String Orchestra of New York City, Hamidulin/Zoltan cello and piano duo, Frey/Denton euphonium and piano duo, and the Hollywood Guitar Duo.

Eroica soloists include the aforementioned concert pianists; violist Scott Slapin, the only artist to record the entire Bach Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin on the viola; conductor and violinist Guillermo Figueroa, the only artist to record all three Bartók Sonatas for violin on a single CD; lutenist F. Edgar Gilbert playing Lute music from the Baroque and Renaissance periods; Carol Wood playing Early Music for harp and voice; Andrea Steckermeier-Thiele playing contemporary harp works; Dominique Piana performing traditional and contemporary harp works, Cellists Yehuda Hanani and Michael Rudiakov, each performing Johann Sebastian Bach's Suites for cello Solo; Organist Richard Heschke; Organist James Riker, opera tenor Camillo d'Antonio, operatic sopranos Eileen Mager, Isolda Jones, Elin Carlson, and Alicia Solomon, and classical guitarists Jonathan Adams, Scott Morris, Glenn Strauss, Joseph Sullinger, Troy King, Susan McDonald and many others.

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