A Classical Valentine’s Dinner

The perfect evening needs the perfect music. This Valentine’s Day, PARMA handpicked pieces from our catalog that offer the perfect ambience for a candlelight dinner. From the delicate voice of harp balanced by cello to the performances of memorable repertoire by Schumann, Chopin, and other Romantic greats, Classical Valentine’s Dinner offers equal parts class and... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Garth Baxter and RESISTANCE

Composer Garth Baxter is noted for his modern traditionalist style of writing. This style combines the traditions of form and clear melodic writing with the use of contemporary approaches to harmonies and other elements. He is recognized as one of the preeminent composers of art songs and has been described as an unabashed lyrical tonal... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Jeff Morris and WITH STRINGS

Jeff Morris creates experiences that pop audiences’ minds out of the ordinary, to realize new things about the sounds, technology, and culture around them. His performances, installations, lectures, and writings appear in international venues known for cutting-edge arts and for asking deep questions in the arts. He has won awards for making art emerge from... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Phil Salathé and IMAGINARY BIRDS

Phil Salathé spent his formative musical years playing jazz trumpet, making homemade musique concrète on an old tape deck, and getting in trouble for surreptitiously composing in chemistry class. His music has been performed in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, and Asia. It ranges widely in scale and scope, from multi-movement orchestral works... Continue Reading →

January 2019 Album Reviews

Each month, PARMA has the great pleasure of not only releasing powerful works by our artists, but also seeing the positive impact that these works have on listeners. Read on to hear a selection of what the press had to say this month about releases from Navona and Ravello Records. "The sonata-form opening movement, meditative... Continue Reading →

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