Navona Records

FINE MUSIC from Grammy® and Pulitzer Prize winning artists to new and undiscovered voices in the classical tradition


Navona Records is a classical label imprint of audio production house PARMA Recordings. Navona offers listeners a fresh taste of today's leading innovators in orchestral, chamber, instrumental, and experimental music as well as prime pieces of classic repertoire. Our music is meticulously performed by the finest musicians and handpicked to ensure the most rewarding listening experience. more

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Coming Soon:

Announcements:

  • 10/12/2017

    Our October releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 9/8/2017

    Our September releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 8/11/2017

    Our August releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 7/14/2017

    Our July releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 6/09/2017

    Our June releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 5/12/2017

    Our May releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 4/14/2017

    Our April releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 3/10/2017

    Our March releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 2/10/2017

    Our February releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

  • 1/13/2017

    Our January releases are now available. Click the album art above for more info on each album and to pick up your copies.

Album Spotlight:


Navona Records, Fine Music

SCHUMANN | DVOŘÁK
Carmine Miranda

  • Composed almost 50 years apart, Dvořák's Cello Concerto in B Minor (1895) and Schumann's Cello Concerto (1850) are closely linked in the pantheon of Romantic concerto literature. Cellists of many generations have long looked at both of these pieces as essential components in their artistic development, and each has been recorded many times over by the titans of the instrument to showcase their technical mastery.