In Memory: Dennis Kam

Dennis Kam’s obituary notes the Hawaii native will be remembered for “wearing aloha shirts…loving the color green, playing tennis, [and] tai chi practices,” a touching tribute that adds winsome detail to Kam’s international education in music composition and estimable legacy as an educator and musician. In 1974, after studying music in the United States, Austria,... Continue Reading →

May 24, 2019: New Music from Navona and Ansonica Records

Fresh, pre-summer days, outdoor concerts, new music — what could be better? If you're looking for something to complement this delightful time of year, we recommend the soul-stirring grooves of Ansonica Records' latest release, a unique and innovative collection of solo and duo compositions, and more. This month, discover new music from Hevreh Ensemble, Matt... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Yoko Hirota and SCHOENBERG PIANO MUSIC AND HIS 17 FRAGMENTS

Having been praised by the press as “precise and keenly projective” and demonstrating “the highest level of proficiency,” Japanese-Canadian pianist Yoko Hirota is considered one of the leading interpreters of contemporary piano repertory of her generation. Yoko received her doctoral degree in piano performance under Louis-Philippe Pelletier at McGill University. She is a strong advocate of contemporary music,... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: John Dante Prevedini and SUSTAIN

John Dante Prevedini is a composer, educator, and public speaker hailing from Connecticut and active throughout Southern New England. Drawing upon a variety of fields of knowledge (including linguistics, the fine arts, the physical sciences, religion, and philosophy), his work aims to examine unconventional facets of everyday life through a multidisciplinary lens. His output of... Continue Reading →

A Classical Valentine’s Dinner

The perfect evening needs the perfect music. This Valentine’s Day, PARMA handpicked pieces from our catalog that offer the perfect ambience for a candlelight dinner. From the delicate voice of harp balanced by cello to the performances of memorable repertoire by Schumann, Chopin, and other Romantic greats, Classical Valentine’s Dinner offers equal parts class and... Continue Reading →

Up ↑