Classical Music and Baseball

Guest post by PARMA intern (and Red Sox fan) Matt DeSchuiteneer Baseball holds a special place in American culture. Of all the major sports played here in the States, only baseball has the honor of being called “The American Pastime.”  And for good reason:  With over 150 years of play, baseball has given us countless... Continue Reading →

Happy Valentines Day

Shakespeare wrote, "if music be the food of love, play on."  We agree wholeheartedly, and wanted to share a few of some of the most heartfelt recordings to come from our catalog.  Enjoy these selections...with love from PARMA Recordings. Happy Valentine's Day!

PARMA Welcomes Award-Winning Conductor Miran Vaupotić to the Team as Project Director

PARMA Recordings is pleased to announce the addition of award-winning Croatia-based conductor Miran Vaupotić as Project Director. The Chief Conductor of the Zagreb-based Croatian Chamber Orchestra and winner of the First Prize of the 12th International Aram Khachaturian Conducting Competition in 2016, Vaupotić has performed extensively throughout Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and... Continue Reading →

THE INSIDE STORY: Alla Elana Cohen

ALLA ELANA COHEN is a distinguished composer, pianist, music theorist and teacher who came to the United States from Russia in 1989. Graduating from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory with the highest honors of distinction, Ms. Cohen lives in Boston, and is a professor at Berklee College of Music.  Her latest release, JUPITER DUO, came... Continue Reading →

PARMA Artists Nominated for RoundGlass Music Awards

PARMA Recordings is proud to announce that two of our artists are nominated for Best Classical Music Recording at the RoundGlass Music Awards: "THE SEA KNOWS" from composer Michael Kurek's 2017 Navona release THE SEA KNOWS performed by Ovidiu Marinescu, Vanderbilt Strings, and Robin Fountain "KYRIE" (from Jonathan David Little's 2017 Navona choral album, WOEFULLY... Continue Reading →

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