MISSA CHARLES DARWIN Hits the Billboard Classical Albums Chart

Award-winning composer Gregory W. Brown‘s MISSA CHARLES DARWIN, recorded with Grammy-nominated New York Polyphony, hits the Billboard Classical Albums chart.

The remastered, special-edition release is featured in New York Times Bestselling author Dan Brown’s new novel ORIGIN. The mass served as inspiration¬†for the famous thriller author to write the next chapter in the Robert Langdon series,¬†proceeding ANGELS & DEMONS, THE DA VINCI CODE, and THE LOST SYMBOL. The author also happens to be the older brother of Gregory W. Brown.

The album, now holding the 16th spot on the top 25 Classical Album chart, supports music education. Charities include Chorus America, American Choral Directors Association, and the International Society for Music Education.

Gregory W. Brown, Billboard
Billboard Classical Album Chart

The album has garnered a lot of feedback since it’s release, including a feature in The New York Times, the Boston Globe, and from Dan Brown himself.

A limited edition of MISSA CHARLES DARWIN is hand-signed by both Gregory W. Brown and Dan Brown. To secure your copy for the holidays, check it out here.

To learn more about the release from Gregory, Dan, and New York Polyphony themselves, check out this exclusive Spotify release that features MISSA CHARLES DARWIN with commentary.


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