Award-winning composer Gregory W. Brown, a longtime friend, and artist of PARMA has had his work performed all over the world, including Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Cadogan Hall in London, and the Kleine Zaal of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. A deluxe remastered version of MISSA CHARLES DARWIN, which is featured... Continue Reading →
This past summer, we traveled to Olomouc, CZ to record with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra featuring works from new PARMA Artist Patricia Julien and longtime PARMA Artists Lee Actor, Lionel Sainsbury, Michael Cunningham, Peter Greve, and Hans Bakker. We’ve finished editing Hans Bakker's "Canzona III" from these sessions and wanted to share a short clip... Continue Reading →
Are you ready for another round of releases? The wait is over. October releases are here and are bringing in new music from Altius Quartet, Cuba, and new artists like Eliane Rodrigues and Dwight Beckham Sr. SHOSTAKOVICH Altius Quartet | NV6125 Following on the heels of its genre-bending classical-meets-pop-meets-jazz debut Navona release DRESS CODE, Altius Quartet... Continue Reading →
We are saddened to report that our friend and artist Ruth Lomon past away on Tuesday after a long battle with illness. Ruth Lomon was a Canadian Native out of Montreal and attended the le Conservatoire fe Quebec and McGill University. From there, she continued her studies at the New England Conservatory of Music, studying... Continue Reading →
We are thrilled to welcome composer Robert Morris to the PARMA Family! His first album with PARMA featuring two ambient electro-acoustic pieces will be released in February 2018. Robert Morris, born in Cheltenham, England in 1943, received his musical education at the Eastman School of Music (B.M. in composition with distinction) and the University of... Continue Reading →
London based composer Robert Hugill shares his thoughts on composing QUICKENING with PARMA in "The Inside Story."
PARMA is extremely excited to announce that Matej Meštrović's 4 SEASONS FOR 3 PIANOS, Christopher Nichols' ELEGIA, and Carmine Miranda and Boris Abramov's upcoming November release MOZART/BEETHOVEN, have all received Silver Medals in The Global Music Awards for "Outstanding Achievement." The Global Music Awards is, as they say, "music's golden seal of approval." GMA reviews music ranging from world,... Continue Reading →
Canadian composer Jan Järvlepp identifies strongly with postmodern musical styles, writing music that is accessible to many audiences. He is active in his home city of Ottawa, having received premieres by the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra (Garbage Concerto) and the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival (Pierrot Solaire). Today, Jan is our next featured artist in "The Inside... Continue Reading →