Initially a geneticist, Tara Guram (b. 1971) was subsequently a prize-winning postgraduate student at the Royal College of Music. Her music has been played internationally, from the Southbank Centre to Carnegie Hall, and broadcast by the BBC. Guram’s pieces have been recorded with Sargasso Records, Navona Records, Ravello Records, and NMC Recordings.

Previous commissions have included pieces for the Brighton Festival, the International Harp Festival, the Sound and Image Festival, and for Street Orchestra Live.

Guram has recently begun writing for screen, and has been signed by the U.K. based music production company Media Tracks. Her first album, Mindful to Manic, has just been released.

Albums

Bowed Colors

Release Date: December 2, 2022
Catalog Number: NV6478
21st Century
Chamber
Solo Instrumental
Piano
Viola
British-American violist Peter Sulski superbly demonstrates his instrument’s true expressive potential on BOWED COLORS from Navona Records. Sulski, who was a member of the London Symphony Orchestra for seven years, has published seminal solo viola recordings of works by Telemann, J. S. Bach, and Hindemith. Combining Sulski’s signature sound with the works of five composers, BOWED COLORS delivers an exquisite selection of contemporary solo viola pieces that range from the neoclassical to the just barely tonal, all tightly knit together by Sulski’s sublime bow control and finesse as a performer.
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Piano Spectrums

Release Date: April 8, 2022
Catalog Number: NV6413
21st Century
Solo Instrumental
Piano
Acclaimed pianist Anna Kislitsyna stuns on PIANO SPECTRUMS, a profoundly emotive selection of aesthetic contemporary pieces – and a world-class interpretation ranging from tender filigree to unbridled, seething virtuosity. Ten contemporary composers share their works on this album with an eclectic program, both in terms of styles and subject matters. All the more outstanding, then, is how Kislitsyna scintillates with her wonderful, singing touch and musical sensitivity, effortlessly unifying ten unique voices into an album that is greater than the sum of its parts.
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