Emeritus Recordings is proud to announce its recently released CD “Legacy”, a new CD in its Artist Series, featuring some of the best new talent on the concert circuit.
“Legacy” contains exciting music by John Williams, Peter Schickele, Astor Piazolla, John Mackey and Sy Brandon for violin, clarinet, cello and piano quartet performed by the award-winning quartet, enhakē.
Originally formed at Florida State University in 2007, enhakē has been praised for its “frighteningly good” (Tallahassee Democrat) and “invigorating” (WFSQ Nuances) performances. In less than two years since its inception, the group has collected an impressive array of recognitions, including the Grand Prize at the Yellow Springs Chamber Music Competition (2009), Gold Medal at the International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition (2008), Judges’ Special Recognition Award at the Plowman Chamber Music Competition (2008), and the James and Lola Faust Chamber Music Scholarship (2009). enhakē has also received American Composers Forum’s Encore grant and Co-op Press Recording/Commission Assistance Grant. Following its acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut at the 2008 ICMEC Winner’s Concert (Weill Recital Hall), enhakē has quickly established itself by concertizing throughout the United States and Costa Rica.
enhakē is Wonkak Kim, clarinet, M. Brent Williams, violin, Eun-Hee Park, piano, and Jayoung Kim, cello.
You can hear samples from the CD and to find out about our other offerings by visit http://cooppress.net