November 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 a selection of what the press had to say this month about releases from Navona and Ravello Records.

[Above: Performers on TWO CELLS IN SEVILLA at a recording session]


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“A curiously imaginative chamber opera…”

BBC Music on TWO CELLS IN SEVILLA


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“The performances are deliciously virtuoso and full of life…”

Gramophone Magazine on ART FOR TWO


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“A thoughtful and adventurous album.”

Classical Guitar Magazine on DREAMS LAID DOWN


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“In this collection, electronics bring colorful and vibrant backdrops to instrument activity.”

La Folia on FANCY COLORS


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“[T]he music [is] pared to its essence to communicate without obfuscation and with clarity and immediacy, and…[has] a penchant for strong, unfussy melodies and solid orchestral structures.”

Textura on MY SYMPHONIC POEMS


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“All the soloists are champions of Anderson’s inventive brainstorms.”

Gramophone on ONE AT A TIME


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“IN YOUR HEAD…is a reminder of how much wonderful four-hands repertoire there actually is beyond the familiar material of the 19th and early 20th centuries.”

The Whole Note on IN YOUR HEAD


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“[Carollo’s] latest recording… includes 15 contemporary works that capture the wide sweeps of inner emotional landscapes expressed purely through musical language and form.”

Winnipeg Free Press on MUSIC FROM THE ETHEREAL SIDE OF PARADISE


To read more about our latest reviews, check out our previous New Review Blogs!

Previous Reviews:
October 2018
September 2018

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