One of the greatest things about being an artist is that there are few limits to how far you can explore and how much you can accomplish. Gheorghe Costinescu was a great explorer of his [...]
There are many moving parts in a recording session, from the musician’s point of view all the way to the mixing board, but what happens when the red light goes off? Read on for an inside look at our projects in post production and our latest choral sessions with the Kühn Choir of Prague.
Gary D. Belshaw was an artist who not only strived for perfection in his works, but sought to inject the same level of care and regard into the communities he was a part of. Today, we reflect on his life and contributions to our artistic world.
From the sun-bathed streets of Columbia SC to the stunning landscapes of Scotland, the PARMA production team traveled far and wide this month, capturing a diverse assortment of new music with contemporary composers and renowned performers. Read on for the full report from this month’s productions.
From all of the concerts we’ve presented at Carnegie Hall, one thing is certain: we love to see music created in real time. Get an inside look at Trio Casals' latest performance of MOTO FINALE on the Weill Recital Hall stage in this story.
As we celebrate the release of The Crossing’s TITRATION, their 30th album, we dove back into their extensive catalog of works on Navona Records. Dive in for details on their latest project and the milestones that led us to the present day.
It's no secret that we love being in the studio. Whether we’re capturing cutting edge chamber music, full-fledged video productions, or a world premiere recording of a late legend's final completed work, each moment has its own memorable tone. Read on for a look at our latest musical endeavors.
Celebrate our Earth year-round with our newly updated Music for Earth Day playlist. Dive in to see how PARMA artists highlight the beauty of our planet and raise environmental awareness through their music.