Since it’s founding in 2012, Belarca Records has released an illuminating series of CDs. Featured are composers from around the world and film scores to award-winning documentaries including Native New Yorker, winner as best documentary short at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Belarca Records presents A Quiet Madness, January 20, 2021, a new album by American composer William Susman, with violinist Karen Bentley Pollick, pianist Francesco Di Fiore, flutist Patricia Zuber and Bayan accordionist Stas Venglevski.
Belarca Records presents Collision Point, October 11, 2019, a new album by American composer William Susman and Rome-based ensemble Piccola Accademia degli Specchi celebrating a 10-year collaboration.
Belarca Records presents Blackbird Redux January 18, 2019 on Belarca Records, featuring the album debut of Duo Zuber: Patricia Wolf Zuber, flute and Greg Zuber, marimba with music by Gareth Farr, Olivier Messiaen, William Susman and Heitor Villa-Lobos including new arrangements of the Messiaen and Villa-Lobos by Greg Zuber.
Belarca Records presents Erika Tazawa’s solo piano debut Rhythm of Silence in February 2016 featuring the music of Francesco Di Fiore, Douwe Eisenga, Marc Mellits, Matteo Sommacal and William Susman.
Belarca Records presents OCTET Ensemble's album debut Scatter My Ashes June 10, 2014 featuring soprano Mellissa Hughes and pianist Elaine Kwon.
Soundtrack from the PBS Documentary WHEN MEDICINE GOT IT WRONG directed by Katie Cadigan, BALANCING ACTS: A JEWISH THEATER IN THE SOVIET UNION directed by Sam Ball, and NATIVE NEW YORKER (Best Documentary Short, Tribeca Film Festival) directed by Steve Bilich. On Belarca Records (Naxos). Music composed by William Susman featuring Joan Jeanrenaud, cello.
Soundtrack from the film FATE OF THE LHAPA directed by Sarah Sifers. On Belarca Records (Naxos). Music composed by William Susman featuring Joan Jeanrenaud, cello and Tsering Wangmo, vocals.
Soundtrack from the documentary OIL ON ICE directed by Bo Boudart & Dale Djerassi. On Belarca Records (Naxos) Music composed by William Susman featuring Joan Jeanrenaud, cello and Adeline Peter Raboff, vocals.