PARMA Recordings is returning to Havana, Cuba, to record new choral works by composers L Peter Deutsch, Cynthia Folio, Michael F. Murray, J.A. Kawarsky and Meira Warshauer.
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 →
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 →
Happy Friday! Are you ready for another round of releases featuring new ensembles and artists, compilations, and re-releases? Well, take a deep breath and try to relax as you take in these big releases... DRESS CODE | Altius Quartet A bold treat of fresh arrangements of popular staples, effortlessly combining the appeal of classical, jazz, and... Continue Reading →
Debut PARMA artist J.A. Kawarsky is a sixth-time recipient of the Composer Award from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), the founder of the New Jersey Gay Men's choir, and is currently an educator at Westminster Choir College. Today, Kawarsky is our featured artist in "The Inside Story," a blog series exploring... Continue Reading →
Happy Spring! The snow is melting, the trees are budding, and we are prepping for another round of releases featuring new ensembles and artists, compilations, and re-releases. Take a deep breath and try to relax because we have some big releases coming your way. DRESS CODE | Altius Quartet A bold treat of fresh arrangements of... Continue Reading →