September 2018 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 what sources from Gramophone Magazine to Jazz da Gama had to say about our latest releases... "The performances, with the composer as pianist... Continue Reading →

THE INSIDE STORY: Ed Martin and JOURNEYS

Ed Martin is an award-­winning composer whose music has been performed worldwide at events such as the ISCM World New Music Days, International Computer Music Conferences, World Saxophone Congresses, the Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Confluences – Art and Technology at the Edge of the Millennium in Spain, and the International Electroacoustic Music Festival Santiago... Continue Reading →

New Addition to a Flourishing Arts Scene

We at PARMA have the great fortune of not only working with top-notch artists around the world, but also having quality music in our own backyard. We have a flourishing local scene, with ensembles like the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra celebrating over 20 successful years of performance, Portsmouth Pro Musica gracing the area's vocal music scene, and OURBIGBAND... Continue Reading →

THE INSIDE STORY: Duo Beija-Flor and COSTAS

With their unique brand of ethno-classical music, Duo Beija-Flor presents a varied repertoire of works inspired by traditional and folkloric music from around the world. Guitarist Charles Hobson and flutist Marie-Noëlle Choquette began to perform together while in the midst of their graduate studies at Concordia University in Montreal. In 2010, they officially formed Duo... Continue Reading →

July 2018: New Releases from Navona and Ansonica Records

From a stroll along the Cuban coast to an outer space invasion, July’s new releases cover a galactic range of subjects and styles. We’re proud to include debut albums, 40th anniversary releases, and yes, hipster zombies. Dive in and discover new music from Michael Arnowitt, JITRO Czech Girls Choir, Nicholas Vines, Clipper Erickson, Alicia Terzian, Ingrid Stölzel, Cappella... Continue Reading →

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