Acclaimed award-winning soloist Carmine Miranda and GRAMMY-nominated Nashville Symphony pianist Robert Marler combine their virtuosity with the legendary three-time GRAMMY-nominated producer Alan Shacklock and celebrated mastering engineer Tommy Dorsey (Berlin Philharmonic – Deutsche Grammophon) to deliver the highest quality performances of these works.
World premiere recording of Rain Worthington's "Resolves" for Solo Cello.
Award winning cellist Carmine Miranda and violinist Boris Abramov’s new Navona release Mozart / Beethoven: Violin and Cello Duets.
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.
In Times of Torment by Yves Ramette were written during the World War II period. The works includes a world premiere Cello Sonata performed by Carmine Miranda and pianist Karolina Rojahn.
World premiere recording of Luis Serrano Alarcón's "Tramonto" for Cello and Wind Orchestra.
The 12 Caprices have been famous for their technical and musical difficulties among cellists. Navona Records (a division of Parma Recordings) releases an award winning breathtaking recording of Alfredo Piatti's Twelve Caprices performed by Carmine Miranda.
Carmine Miranda's featured double cd recording of the complete suites for solo cello (6 Suites a Violoncello Solo Senza Basso) by J.S. Bach under the label Centaur Records. This recording was made with no digital editing or splicing and captures the essence of cello performance up close.