North Hampton (New Hampshire) based Parma Recordings announced  its acquisition of Albany Records. Albany’s catalog will be available alongside releases from Parma’s Navona, Ravello, Big Round, and Ansonica Record labels.

“We are honored to welcome Albany Records into the PARMA family,” said Parma CEO Bob Lord. “Albany’s historical focus on excellence and innovation in the arts mirrors our own values at Parma We are committed to upholding Albany’s legacy, and to ensuring that their extraordinary catalog of classical music continues to reach new audiences.”

Founded in 1987, Albany Records offers classical music fans access to a broad palette of talented artists and an expansive catalog that showcases both time-honored classics and innovative contemporary works.

Albany founders Peter Kermani and Susan Bush, who will continue to serve as artistic directors for the label, shared their thoughts on the transition.

“Albany’s journey over the past few decades has been one of passion and dedication,” said Kermani. “Seeing it find a new home with Parma an institution that shares our vision for the future of classical music, is immensely gratifying.”

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