Remembering Composer Samuel Pellman

It is with a heavy heart that we have to say goodbye to composer Samuel Pellman. Friday morning Pellman lost his life far too soon in a bicycling accident in his home state of New York. Pellman received his undergraduate at Miami University in Ohio and then went to Cornell University where he earned his Masters and... Continue Reading →

PARMA Brings New Classical Music to China

PARMA ARTISTS TOUR TO SHARE WESTERN MUSIC WITH CHINESE AUDIENCES In the digital age, music travels around the world and into ears in mere fractions of seconds, and the evolving globalization of the art and business of music has yielded fresh sounds, novel modes of expression, and cutting-edge experiences for creators and listeners alike. Since... Continue Reading →

Bert the Cat and the PARMA Anniversary

This king, who is so elegantly laying across the cloud of blankets and plush pillows above, is the one and only Bert the Cat. This is not just any cat, we might add, this handsome man, with perky ears, white paws, and the most serious of stares is the PARMA cat. The PARMA cat? You... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Andrew Schultz

Andrew Schultz, an Australian composer who is currently teaching music at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, studied music at the Universities of Queensland and Pennsylvania and at King's College London, where he's received awards and fellowships. In addition to Falling Man/Dancing Man, featured on Navona Records' most recent compilation album WINTER'S WARMTH,... Continue Reading →

The PARMA Album of the Day: IN THE KEY OF C-SPAN

THE KEY OF C-SPAN, Vol. 1 is the premiere release of the digital music collections featuring works from PARMA Recordings' audio catalog which have been used in C-SPAN's programming. The Washington Post says "The dulcet tones of the new music collection “In the Key of C-SPAN: Great Works as Heard on C-SPAN Television, Volume One”... Continue Reading →

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