London based composer Robert Hugill shares his thoughts on composing QUICKENING with PARMA in "The Inside Story."
Canadian composer Jan Järvlepp identifies strongly with postmodern musical styles, writing music that is accessible to many audiences. He is active in his home city of Ottawa, having received premieres by the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra (Garbage Concerto) and the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival (Pierrot Solaire). Today, Jan is our next featured artist in "The Inside... Continue Reading →
Welsh composer Hilary Tann’s “beautiful, lyrical” music is strongly influenced by the natural world. She is a published haiku poet and her compositions have been widely commissioned, recorded, and broadcast by ensembles such as Tenebrae, Cappella Clausura, Marsyas Trio, Thai Philharmonic, and BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Her recent choral music can be heard on... Continue Reading →
Composer Hans Bakker is featured in the compilation album TOMORROW'S AIR and chats about composing in PARMA's "Inside Story."
Composer Steve Rouse debuts as a PARMA artist on Ravello Records with his second solo works album MORPHIC RESONANCE. This album includes Rouse’s chamber music from the last two decades and beyond, and the works featured on MORPHIC RESONANCE demonstrate Rouse’s powerful gifts to create compelling and idiosyncratic musical statements. Today, Rouse is our next... Continue Reading →
Composer Daniel Perttu returns on Navona Records as a featured artist on the orchestral compilation album TOMORROW'S AIR, which is now available for purchase and streaming. Perttu’s neo-romantic music has been praised for “blending mystery, action, and excitement.” His works have been performed at numerous festivals, concerts, and conferences on four continents and in more than... Continue Reading →
Long-time PARMA artist Joseph Summer founder of The Shakespeare Concert Series is now featured on the chamber compilation FLEETING REALMS. Today, Summer is out next featured artist in "The Inside Story," a blog series exploring the inner works and personalities of our artists. Read on to find out what his guilty pleasure is. If you could spend... Continue Reading →
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 →