December 2017 Digital Releases on Navona and Big Round Records

December for PARMA means digital. Are you ready to see what we have in store? This month features a new album from pianist Eliane Rodrigues (remember NOTTURNO from last month? Yeah, it has over 200K streams and still climbing), a debut solo album of compositions and narration by Mona Lyn Reese (recently featured on CHÉVERE) of the famous folktale THE MITTEN, and another solo album of jazz compositions from Henry Wolking titled POWELL CANYONS. Wolking’s first Big Round Records solo release IN SEA was chosen to be presented at the International Society of Jazz Arranger’s and Composers in May of this year.

Needless to say, we are more than excited to share these digital albums with you. Start ordering now, the holiday season starts TODAY!

DECEMBER DIGITAL RELEASES OUT NOW

Eliane Rodrgiues, Beethoven 8 Concerti
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*Now featured on Spotify’s Classical New Releases Playlist

BEETHOVEN 8 CONCERTI

Eliane Rodrigues, pianist 

Pianist Eliane Rodrigues captivates her listeners with graceful keyboard virtuosity through this stunning tour of Beethoven’s early and middle periods concerti.


Mona Lyn Reese, The Mitten, Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra
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THE MITTEN

Mona Lyn Reese

Mona Lyn Reese brings the beloved Ukrainian folktale THE MITTEN to musical life in this delightful, whimsical piece for the young at heart.


Henry Wolking, Powell Canyons, jazz
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POWELL CANYONS

Henry Wolking

Renowned Nevada-based composer, author, and teacher Henry Wolking follows up his acclaimed big band album IN SEA with a Big Round Records re-release of the orchestral jazz of POWELL CANYONS.


Matthew Burtner, Rita Dove, EcoSono Ensemble, Geometry

GEOMETRY

The first track from THE CEILING FLOATS AWAY Available January 12th

Matthew Burtner, composer  |  Rita Dove, Poet Laurette, and Pulitzer Prize Winner  |  EcoSono Ensemble

THE CEILING FLOATS AWAY bridges the gap between different spaces: spoken word and song, performance and technology, audience and artist.

(links available soon)

 

By Samantha Granville, Social Media Specialist 

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