THE INSIDE STORY: Nada Radulovich and UNEXPLORED

Nada Radulovich is a dynamic and versatile artist who combines her skills as a cellist, transcriber, and concert organizer to present unique concerts that synthesize the familiar and unfamiliar in a way that both entertains and educates the audience. A native of Detroit, she developed her artistry and craft at Smith College, the Manhattan School... Continue Reading →

The PARMA Album of the Day: LETTERS TO A YOUNG POET

In Mark Zanter's debut Navona Records album LETTERS TO A YOUNG POET, he reveals through a complex mosaic of sonorities the correspondence between anguished apprentice Franz Xaver Kappus and disquiet Rainer Maria Rilke, a poet still wrestling to find his own artistic identity. The intricacies of the parts, individually and together, indicate that the role of each instrument... Continue Reading →

The PARMA Album of the Day: HONEYLAND

Aidan Andrew Dun released his debut album HONEYLAND on Ravello Records in October of last year. The album, which features spoken poetry and keyboard accompaniment from his wife Lucie Rejchrtová,  has roots in a number of Western musical and literary practices. The album specifically recalls the writings of James Joyce, and his interest in reciting poems to... Continue Reading →

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