Preview of the February New Releases on Navona Records!

Can you believe it’s almost February and that we’re getting ready for another round of releases? Take a look at the debut PARMA projects we have coming your way with artists such as acclaimed violinist Moonkyung Lee, recently featured in The Strad, as well as long-time PARMA artists such as Michael J. Evans with his debut string quartet! Our release date is February 10th, mark your calendars, folks!

SUNSET AT NOON

Sergio Cervetti

A diverse collection of chamber performances brings together a thematic acknowledgment of those whose lives have been cut short far too soon. READ MORE

CLAY JUG

Edie Hill

Though these works for a cappella choir and choir accompanied by chamber ensemble vary in scope, they all demonstrate Hill’s keen sensitivity to ensemble texture and harmonic density, as well as the incorporation of text across four languages. READ MORE

PLAYING FAVORITES

Deb Scott

Trombonist Debra Scott, accompanied by pianist Ron Petti, performs a variety of personal favorite pieces culled from her jazz and classical backgrounds, all of which maintain accessibility to a diverse audience. READ MORE

PHOENIX ENSEMBLE

Phoenix Ensemble  |  Mark Lieb, Clarinet

New York-based clarinetist Mark Lieb leads a mixed instrument chamber music ensemble through performances of works from two lesser known nineteenth-century composers. READ MORE

TCHAIKOVSKY

Moonkyung Lee

Acclaimed violinist Moonkyung Lee performs several beloved Tchaikovsky pieces alongside the London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Miran Vaupotić. READ MORE

THE MUSIC OF ERICH ZANN

Michael J. Evans

A startling and surreal musical interpretation of H.P. Lovecraft’s 1922 tale of the eponymous violist –  a mysterious old man who seemingly protects himself from dark, magical forces by playing the viol. READ MORE

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