ABOUT THE ARTIST
"Ron Korb mesmerizes his audiences with dynamic performances of beautiful original music and interesting arrangements. His work is accessible but also introduces new sounds and instruments to delighted audiences."
-All About Jazz
LATEST RELEASE-ASIA BEAUTY
58th Grammy Awards, 2016
Nominee, Best New Age Album
The Global Music Awards, 2015
Gold Medal - Best of Show, Best Instrumental Album
Best Instrumental Performance (Blue Bamboo)
Best Crossover World Music (House of the Five Beauties)
Best Album Art/Graphics
Zone Music Reporter Award, 2015
Best World Album
One World Music Awards, 2015
1st Winner, World/Global Fusion Award
Akademia Music Awards, 2015
Best Instrumental Album
Best Instrumental Song (Two Mountains)
International Acoustic Music Awards
Finalist in the open song category ( Hanoi Cafe)
>> Go to Asia Beauty CD/MP3 Site
UPDATES OF EUROPA
Ron Korb's newly remastered solo album, takes the listeners across Europe and back in time to an age of elegance and romance.
All music composed and produced by Ron Korb.
Genre: Classical Crossover
Awards: The Global Music Awards, Los Angeles
• Award of Excellence: Album
• Award of Excellence: Composition (St. Johann)
• Award of Merit: Acoustic Instrumental Solo Performance (St. Johann)
• Award of Excellence: Album Art/Graphics
Finalist, International Acoustic Music Awards (Beckett’s Whisper)
>> Go to the CD and MP3 site!
>> News! Europa sheet music available now for online purchase and immediate download!
RON KORB IN CHINA
Ron Korb was chosen to perform at Canada Culture Week at the Shanghai International Arts Festival. He performed a sold out concert at the 1,122 seat historic Shanghai Concert Hall. His special guests were a Chinese chamber group called Xin Yi and a flute choir from ECNU University to perform Ron's new compositions. (->see more photos)
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $157 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.
Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien. L’an dernier, le Conseil a investi 157 millions de dollars pour mettre de l’art dans la vie des Canadiennes et des Canadiens de tout le pays.