Uncommon Instruments Awareness Day

Did you know that July 31st is Uncommon Instruments Awareness Day? This week’s unusual holiday reminds instrument lovers to think outside the musical box and try something new. According to sources, Uncommon Instruments Awareness Day “aims to encourage people to not only learn to play . . . uncommon instruments but also to make their... Continue Reading →

THE INSIDE STORY: Meira Warshauer and CORO DEL MUNDO

Meira Warshauer’s music has been performed to critical acclaim throughout North America and Europe, as well as in South America, the Middle East, and Asia. Her works are regularly heard on the radio and have been featured by Public Radio International’s "Living on Earth," and American Public Media’s "Performance Today," the most listened-to classical music... Continue Reading →

International Jazz Day 2018

When you listen to jazz, you're participating in a cross-cultural dialogue that extends across the globe and through decades of interaction, conflict, and connection. Don’t listen to jazz? Good news. International Jazz Day is April 30th — the perfect time to start. On April 30th, communities around the world will gather to celebrate the monumental... Continue Reading →

Meira Warshauer and The Inside Story: Becoming a Composer

Award-winning composer Meira Warshauer has had her work performed all over the world including throughout North America and Europe,  South America, the Middle East, and Asia. Warshauer's previous Navona Records release LIVING BREATHING EARTH was praised by Hadassah Magazine saying it's "a shimmering, joyous and soothing ode to the world’s beauty." Today, Warshauer is our next... 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 →

We Czech-ed out on Cats

Okay, so we decided to change it up a bit because, besides Bert and a few pawesome Cuba friends, we've shared a lot of love for our Czech Republic furry felines. So, even though we're headed back to the Czech Republic in a couple of weeks and should share another Czech cat, we haven't shared many from Croatia... Continue Reading →

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