Events - Thursday, 18 June 2020

PARMA Recording studio
North Hampton, New Hampshire
Thursday, 18 June 2020 - 6:00 PM
PARMA Recordings presents MOTO VIRTUO II, an online benefit concert with cellist Ovidiu Marinescu for New Music USA. This event is an extension of PARMA’s ongoing MOTO series, which has been praised as “bold and expressive” (Gramophone Magazine) and “tight, musical, technically virtuosic” (The Whole Note).

Since its launch in 2012, the MOTO series has premiered works by nearly three dozen composers in both recordings and performance. This live online program presents works by Robert Fleisher, Jason Newman, Kim Diehnelt, Matthew Hetz, Andrew Norman, David Nisbet Stewart, J.S. Bach, and one of the cellist’s own compositions.

New Music USA is the leading national resource for new music. The non-profit organization supports and connects music makers, organizations, and audiences by providing financial support through project grants, fostering new connections through various programs, and deepening knowledge and encouraging appreciation for the arts. Donations collected will go towards furthering New Music USA’s efforts to support musicians, venues, and organizations impacted by the current crisis. Your donation is fully tax deductible via the 501(c)3 non-profit PARMA Music Festival LLC.
Presenter: Parma Recordings
Diehnelt: Postscript for solo cello
Artist: Ovidiu Marinescu (Cello)
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