Emitha Studio and Lexicon Classics have announced future plans for upcoming recordings.
The newly created company noted that it “understands that the classical music audience is growing, and they are growing where the most music lives: online, in the digital sphere. Through highly popular playlists and effective marketing and promotion strategies, their artists benefit from an educated audience that includes the most From 100,000 active listeners. Their artists had over 4 million songs in 2020-21 alone.”
“When Emitha started, our goal was to help artists shape and expand their creative media and share it with a wider audience,” the Gillian Rissen Foundation said in a statement. Naturally, when we thought about musicians in particular, launching a record company seemed like the next logical step. We hope that Lexicon Classics will become a place where artists feel inspired, important and cared for.”
The company announced that future projects will include Tamara Wilson singing the world premiere of “Tiffany’s Spellbook” directed by Evan L. Snyder. Laura Ferella with “Al menos cantos”, an album of Puerto Rican songs by Jack Delano; and pianist Chris Reynolds’ “Past is Prologue,” an album of piano versions that connects time periods and musical genres that illustrate the power of the past in creating the future we live in.
The company will release its first recording on January 28 with the song “Lament” featuring Sidney Outlaw.