Recording Sessions with Composer Paul Osterfield and Kathrine Price Feature Pedroia Quartet

Last week PARMA Recordings had the opportunity to record the music of Paul Osterfield and Katherine Price, which were performed by Pedroia Quartet at Futura Productions. Both composers worked closely with Grammy Award-winning producer Brad Michel, PARMA Sessions Manager Levi Brown, Pedroia Quartet, and Grammy-nominated and platinum awarded recording engineer John Weston of Futura Productions throughout... Continue Reading →

Arthur Machen and Ross Crean’s THE GREAT GOD PAN

(Featured image: 'Decadent horror' writer Arthur Machen. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images) On August 11th, PARMA Recordings released composer Ross Crean's debut Navona Records album THE GREAT GOD PAN, which is an adaptation of Arthur Machen's novella The Great God Pan into a horror opera. Arthur Machen (1863-1947), a descendant of clergymen, was an author of... Continue Reading →

New PARMA Artist: Simon Andrews

We are so happy to welcome composer Simon Andrews to the PARMA family! His first album with PARMA will feature some of his chamber works including recently recorded  "And That Moment When the Bird Sings", "My Dove, My Coney", and "The Heart Has Narrow Banks". Simon was born in England and educated at Christ Church,... Continue Reading →

Gregory W. Brown’s MISSA CHARLES DARWIN is featured in Best-Selling Author Dan Brown’s “Origin”

PARMA Recordings is excited to announce that award-winning composer Gregory W. Brown's upcoming Navona Records release MISSA CHARLES DARWIN, recorded with Grammy-nominated New York Polyphony, will be featured in New York Times best-selling author, Dan Brown's upcoming book, "Origin." The author of the mega-bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code and movie franchise starring Tom Hanks was... Continue Reading →

New PARMA Artist: Willem van Twillert

We are excited to welcome composer Willem van Twillert to the PARMA family! We will be recording his piece “Branches of Singularity” in the Czech Republic this September. "Branches of Singularity" was originally written as a concerto for symphonic band, but this new orchestration was transcribed by fellow PARMA artist Timothy Lee Miller. We will... Continue Reading →

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