September 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 what sources from Gramophone Magazine to Jazz da Gama had to say about our latest releases…


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“The performances, with the composer as pianist except in the trios, are all well prepared and committed”

Gramophone Magazine on AND THAT MOMENT WHEN THE BIRD SINGS


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“The combination of Mario Ciaccio, Sauro Berti and Naomi Fujiya together with the voices of the Eccher School of Music Vocal Ensemble perform splendidly. Each instrumentalist offers a vivid and assured performance and brings a sense of theatre to their performances. The Eccher School of Music Ensemble pulls off “Shalom” with wonderful vocal agility. An album to die for…”

Jazz da Gama on ART FOR TWO


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“Thomas Bowes’s rough-hewn, deeply human new recording of Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas is at every level a reflection on how large a universe a single violinist at Abbey Road Studio in London can create.”

Gramophone Magazine on SEI SOLO


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“In these neo-Romantic works, Robertson displays a sound of his own – colourful and inventive scoring, unpretentious and essentially cheerful. This music deserves to be heard and heard again.”

The Whole Note on SYMPHONY NO. 1


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“The works here really invite the listener along on their musical narratives in often stunning, and moving works. Each piece is sure to invite further listening, contemplation, and reflection. Ravello has this as “volume one” in what looks like it could become a series that highlights some of the finest examples of electroacoustic music. This is certainly a strong entry.”

Cinemusical on MIND & MACHINE VOL. 1


 

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