photo: Maria Clark & Maria Thompson Corley

Each week, PARMA has the pleasure of not only releasing powerful works by our artists, but also seeing the positive impact that these works have on listeners. Read on for a selection of what the press had to say about the latest releases from Navona and Ravello Records.

MY ANCESTOR'S GIFT - Album Cover
LORD HOW COME ME HERE? - Album Cover
SOUL SANCTUARY - Album Cover
VOCAL WORKS - Album Cover

“Gorgeous songs complemented by great choral and solo singing.”

The Whole Note on Brian Field’s VOCAL WORKS.

SOPRANO SUMMIT - Album Cover

“Cohen is a master performer and that is on full display throughout all of these pieces that have a great deal of lyrical playing and smatterings of virtuosic display.”

Cinemusical on Paul Cohen’s SOPRANO SUMMIT.

LUX AETERNA - Album Cover

“Here’s hoping that the university and the good people of South Dakota feel proud of the distinguished representation they’re accorded by their young cultural ambassadors.”

American Record Guide on the University of South Dakota Chamber Singers and David Holdhusen’s LUX AETERNA.

AND NOTHING REMAINS THE SAME - Album Cover
RUMPELSTILTSKIN - Album Cover

Guerilla Opera featured in the Boston Globe.

WOVEN IN TIME - Album Cover

“A captivating listen that bridges the past with current ideas.”

Take Effect on WOVEN IN TIME.

LEGENDS AND LIGHT VOL. 2 - Album Cover

“a deeply rewarding listening experience.”

Scottish Field on “The Rinns of Islay” by Helen MacKinnon from LEGENDS AND LIGHT VOL. 2.