PARMA Artists Nominated for RoundGlass Music Awards

PARMA Recordings is proud to announce that two of our artists are nominated for Best Classical Music Recording at the RoundGlass Music Awards: "THE SEA KNOWS" from composer Michael Kurek's 2017 Navona release THE SEA KNOWS performed by Ovidiu Marinescu, Vanderbilt Strings, and Robin Fountain "KYRIE" (from Jonathan David Little's 2017 Navona choral album, WOEFULLY... Continue Reading →

July 2017 New Music is Here

You don't have to wait any longer, our new music and artists in July are finally here. Pick your liking and order now... ARGOT  | Véronique Mathieu Véronique Mathieu’s ARGOT is a spectacular demonstration of her abilities as a violinist with a unique array of violin-centric works strengths of twentieth-century modernist composers. iTunes | Amazon... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Jonathan David Little

Jonathan Little’s historically-informed music has been acclaimed for its “mystical beauty, intensity and richness of material.” His multi-faceted style has been described as “Archaic Futurism”, “Ecstatic Minimalism”, and “Picturesque Archaism”. His music is published in Australia by Wirripang and can be heard on his highly acclaimed albums Terpsichore and the Navona release POLYHYMNIA. Today, Little... Continue Reading →

Ready for New Music in July?

We're getting ready to kick-off the second half of the year with new music featuring debut artists like Véronique Mathieu; fan-favorites like Piffaro; as well as experimental music, re-releases and more. Help create buzz by following our promotion on our Facebook event: Ready for New Music in July? ARGOT  | Véronique Mathieu Véronique Mathieu’s ARGOT... Continue Reading →

The PARMA Cat Series: #catsofcroatia

It has been a busy year so far for PARMA. Not only have we already had three successful months of releases (April releases coming soon),  two albums had featured works in the "Classical New Releases" playlist curated by Spotify, reaching over 160k listeners; we've also traveled the world and back again. We began the year in... Continue Reading →

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