When Things Get Real

The artists entrance at Carnegie Hall is somewhat imposing.  Along both walls are large photographs of artists who have graced the world's most famous stage.  It's impossible to not get a little nervous when you see Maria Callas staring down.  Two more steps and Ella Fitzgerald is standing beside you.  Suddenly you realize that you're... Continue Reading →

New PARMA Artist: Emma-Ruth Richards

We are so excited to welcome composer Emma-Ruth Richards to the PARMA Family! We will be working with Emma-Ruth on the recording, release, and performance of her piece "Dark Radiance" for solo cello. The work will be recorded by long time PARMA artist Ovidiu Marinescu and later performed in concert with Trio Casals at Carnegie Hall. "Dark... Continue Reading →

Forget Dog Walkers, Hello Cat Walkers!

A few weeks ago you may remember that we had three big recording sessions going on all at the same time. While CEO Bob Lord and A&R Representative Marina Altschiller were in the Czech Republic, our Sessions Manager Levi Brown, Grammy-winning producer Brad Michel, and our Social Media Specialist Samantha Granville, were in the heart of... Continue Reading →

New PARMA Project: The MOTO Series

PARMA is excited to announce the third installment in the MOTO recording and performance series! This new album will again feature PARMA lead cellist Ovidiu Marinescu and his group, Trio Casals (Sylvia Ahramjian (violin), Ovidiu Marinescu (cello), Anna Kislitsyna (piano). The first album, 2013’s MOTO PERPETUO, featured a set of moving works for cello and... Continue Reading →

PARMA Album of the Day: MOTO CONTINUO

MOTO CONTINUO, a compilation album featuring works by Osias Wilenski Nicholas Anthony Ascioti, Diane Jones, John A. Carollo, Robert Fleisher, Brian Noyes, and performed by Trio Casals with Sylvia Ahramjian on the violin, Ovidiu Marinescu on cello, and Anna Kislitsyna on piano, was released on Navona Records in July of 2015. The album is a collection of six contemporary solo cello and piano... Continue Reading →

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