This week, we’re proud to bring you a slate of four albums from Navona Records, including contemporary orchestral works, masterful piano pieces, and an emotional tribute to a COVID-stricken Europe.

Dive in and discover new music from: Brian Belet, Mara Gibson, Rain Worthington, Angel Sanchez, Adrienne Albert, John FranekRussell HirshfieldElizabeth R. Austin, and Bruce Leto, Jr.

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Brian Belet, Mara Gibson, Rain Worthington, Angel Sanchez, Adrienne Albert, John Franek

Navona Records proudly presents PRISMA VOL. 4, the fourth installment in the acclaimed PRISMA series showcasing the best of American contemporary composition. ‌

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Alexander Scriabin: Early Works

Russell Hirshfield

Russian composer Alexander Scriabin is known to enthusiasts for his theory of musical colors, innovative piano works that pushed the boundaries of tonal writing, and for his untimely demise brought on by an unsanitary razor blade. American pianist and music professor Russell Hirshfield has now recorded an ambitiously-broad selection of the composer’s early works which may well provide a novel talking point.

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Window Panes

Elizabeth R. Austin

Navona presents WINDOW PANES, a cross section of works by compositional veteran Elizabeth R. Austin. The collection is the first to comprise a lifetime of the American’s works into one album: and as the title insinuates, it is an album full of interwoven associations, subconscious reminiscences and intense melodic reflections, with decades of labor condensed into an hour of listening.

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Bruce Leto, Jr.

Navona Records artist Bruce Leto’s newest album of solo piano works synthesizes the tribulations and perseverance of the human spirit in the age of COVID-19, while also taking a look at some of the more bewildering aspects of the global response. GOMITOLO!— named after the Italian expression that loosely translates to “the incomprehensibility of human life”—is a fitting tribute to the European countries heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, featuring solo piano performances of works by Poulenc, Ravel, and fellow PARMA artist Curt Cacioppo.