New PARMA Artist: Garth Baxter

PARMA Recordings is excited to welcome Garth Baxter to our family of artists. Composer Garth Baxter will make his PARMA debut in early 2018 with a collection of works for voice, surrounding the topic of the human condition and the pursuit of light in darkness. Baxter was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1946 and moved... Continue Reading →

Remembering Composer Ruth Lomon

We are saddened to report that our friend and artist Ruth Lomon past away on Tuesday after a long battle with illness. Ruth Lomon was a Canadian Native out of Montreal and attended the le Conservatoire fe Quebec and McGill University. From there, she continued her studies at the New England Conservatory of Music, studying... Continue Reading →

New PARMA Artist: Helen MacKinnon

PARMA Recordings is so excited to welcome composer Helen MacKinnon to the PARMA Family! This September we will be recording Helen's choral work "Gloria in excelsis Deo" with the Prague Mixed Choir in Prague, Czech Republic. Helen studied music at The University of Glasgow, specializing in composition with Scottish composer William Sweeney where she earned her... Continue Reading →

Christopher Nichols and The Inside Story: Tranquility for Creativity

Clarinetist Christopher Nichols debuts on Navona Records with ELEGIA. Nichols is nationally and internationally active as a solo performer, performing at venues such as the International Clarinet Association and European Clarinet Association conferences and for the College Music Society. In 2015, his solo work garnered him an Established Artist Fellowship from the Delaware Division of... Continue Reading →

New PARMA Artist: Willem van Twillert

We are excited to welcome composer Willem van Twillert to the PARMA family! We will be recording his piece “Branches of Singularity” in the Czech Republic this September. "Branches of Singularity" was originally written as a concerto for symphonic band, but this new orchestration was transcribed by fellow PARMA artist Timothy Lee Miller. We will... Continue Reading →

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