This New Music Friday, Navona, Ravello, and Big Round Records present a dynamic assortment of works from contemporary artists, ranging from deeply meditative classical music to new explorations into the relationship between jazz and hip hop.
Dive in and discover new music from Timothy Stoddard, Shara Nova, The Crossing, Deborah Kavasch, Steve Law, John Wineglass, Barbara Jazwinski, Nan Avant, Simon Andrews, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Lawrence Axelrod, and Israel Neuman.
The scintillating new vocal compositions on TAROT from Timothy Stoddard all touch upon the vast mysteries of the great unknown wherever it overlaps with the human condition – be it in love, in death, or in the occult. TAROT conjures an enchanting, dizzying, dreamlike universe, and Stoddard’s crystal-clear tenor is the effervescent guide.
The Crossing, Shara Nova
TITRATION from The Crossing and Shara Nova examines the experience of our own bodies, the capacity of our nervous systems, and the quest to identify and embrace our most difficult feelings, offering a glimpse into various healing modalities while extending a hand of self-awareness to listeners alike.
SYMPHONIC CHRONICLES VOL I
Deborah Kavasch, Steve Law, John Wineglass, Barbara Jazwinski, Nan Avant, Simon Andrews
SYMPHONIC CHRONICLES VOL I from Navona Records features the works of celebrated living composers from a wide variety of backgrounds and influences. Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the music touches on topics ranging from jazz to the COVID pandemic, racial injustice, and more.
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