Recordings is the original Arabesque imprint and home to
our classical catalog. Artists on this imprint include Gilbert
Kalish, Ian Hobson, The Lark Quartet, Mark Kaplan, Sarah
Rothenberg, Joanne Polk and Gabriela Imreh.
Jazz is the home of our jazz catalog and was created in
1992 under the direction of Danny Chriss. Contemporary artists
include Steve Wiest, Bobby Selvaggio, and Radam Schwartz.
They join our roster of legends that includes Art Farmer,
Charles McPherson, Ray Drummond and Marc Cary.
Arabesque Too imprint was designed for the rare release
that did not quite fit only as a classical or jazz title,
but still deserved the Arabesque name.
Cut Records releases material by contemporary artists. Artists
on this label include Milo Z and Rebecca Gruber.
Spencer (1937-2001), owner of The
Musical Offering classical music record store and cafe
in Berkeley, California, founded Wildboar Recordings in
the early 1980's. Spencer, an advocate for Early Music in
the San Francisco music community, created the label to
celebrate early keyboard music. His artist roster includes
harpsichord luminaries such as Edward Parmentier, Byron
Schenkman, and Elaine Funaro, and his catalogue is celebrated
with critical acclaim.
Recordings, founded by impresario Abigail Wrenn, celebrates
a variety of classical artists, including Sandrine Erdely-Sayo
and Stefan Young. The catalog has been absorbed into the
Arabesque Recordings imprint.
Records releases a wide range of material, from classical
music to world music. Artists on this label include Andres
Cardenes, Thomas Young, DK Dyson and Ensemble Kalinda.