A new year and a new decade have begun, and with that comes new music. This month, we’re proud to introduce a variety of new sounds, from virtuosic flute performances to moving solo violin, and much more.
Dive in and discover new music from Lindsey Goodman, Josh OXford, Bruce Babcock, Jason Taurins, Steven Block, Mara Helmuth, Alla Elana Cohen, Peter Castine, Jennifer Jolley, Patrick T.S. Yim, Zara Lawler and Paul J. Fadoul, and Paul English.
JANUARY RELEASES OUT NOW
Lindsey Goodman, Josh OXford, Bruce Babcock, Jason Taurins, Steven Block, Mara Helmuth, Alla Elana Cohen, Peter Castine, Jennifer Jolley
Fresh from Navona Records comes PARMA recording artist Lindsey Goodman’s ETEREO, a multi-composer album featuring the internationally acclaimed flutist in solo, duo, and trio settings. With flare backed by impressive technical ability, Goodman releases the fiery potential energy stored up within her instrument.
Patrick T.S. Yim
Violinist Patrick Yim makes his Navona Records debut with MEMORY, which features the Hawaii-born and Hong Kong-based musician performing a series of new works by contemporary composers. The album represents a milestone in Yim’s life-long journey as a musician in which championing works through commissions and performances, such as those included on MEMORY, has been a focal point.
Lawler + Fadoul
CLICKABLE: THE ART OF PERSUASION, from the Canadian American duo of flutist Zara Lawler and marimbist Paul J. Fadoul, is an audio version of a live show of the same name that the acclaimed duo has performed throughout the United States. The album’s 14 tracks feature an intricate blending of flute and percussion instruments, delivered either as complete songs or as a means of providing musical context for the album’s dramatic and provocative spoken word pieces.
New from Big Round Records comes jazz composer and pianist Paul English’s GIRL IN GREEN. Enjoy as English and his cadre of masterful soloists take on legendary classics as well as English’s original music.
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