For many, the word "fall" is synonymous with chilly temperatures, sitting by the fireplace under warm blankets with a cup of tea or cocoa, and the foliage transforming into vibrant shades. Here at PARMA’s headquarters in New England, fall is an especially beautiful, albeit dark and cold, time of year, and we got into the... Continue Reading →
It’s that time of year again: the sun is slipping into twilight more rapidly every day, evenings are getting chillier, and the forests are shedding their leaves before we head into the slumber of winter. The deep darkness of October, of course, concludes with the eeriest celebration of the year: Halloween. Whether you’re a horror... Continue Reading →
Hello! I’m Emily Garcia, a Marketing intern with PARMA Recordings this spring semester. A little bit about me: I’m a professional violinist and fiddle player with a passion for performance. As I’m nearing the end of college and looking ahead to my future career, I’ve been faced with the challenge of keeping my work and... Continue Reading →
Shakespeare wrote, "if music be the food of love, play on." We agree wholeheartedly, and wanted to share a few of some of the most heartfelt recordings to come from our catalog. Enjoy these selections...with love from PARMA Recordings. Happy Valentine's Day!
The holidays are here and we are more than excited to share the gift of music in the form of a holiday playlist featuring our favorite seasonal works. Soundtrack your family and friend traditions with our "Classical Holiday" playlist on Spotify. Whether you're wrapping lights around the tree or lighting a menorah, we have tracks... Continue Reading →
December for PARMA means digital. Are you ready to see what we have in store? This month features a new album from pianist Eliane Rodrigues (remember NOTTURNO from last month? Yeah, it has over 200K streams and still climbing), a debut solo album of compositions and narration by Mona Lyn Reese (recently featured on CHÉVERE)... Continue Reading →
PARMA Recordings had the opportunity to be backstage at the historic Music Hall in the heart of Portsmouth, NH last night with New York Times bestselling author Dan Brown for Writers on a New England stage. The topic of the night was his latest novel ORIGIN, which happens to feature his brother's Mass, MISSA CHARLES DARWIN,... Continue Reading →
Michael Kurek's Navona Records release THE SEA KNOWS charted #1 in the nation on Billboard's Traditional Classical Album list! The album is also featured as #4 on the general Classical Album list alongside Lindsey Sterling, Celtic Women and Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Kurek commented saying... Woo hoo! We have lift-off! The Sea Knows... Continue Reading →