Music Works NYC, a new recording studio on Manhattan's Upper West Side, marks its second year with the launch of a voice-over division. The facility celebrated the opening of its new division with a launch party featuring distinguished vocal coach Professor William Riley (Celine Dion, Bill Clinton, Liza Minnelli, Whitney Houston).
Its first voice-over projects include sessions with How I Met Your Mother star, Neil Patrick Harris, who visited the Upper West Side Sstudios for an upcoming TV special, and tennis legend John McEnroe, who recorded voice-overs for the Tennis Channel's documentary, Signature Series: Rod Laver.
Music Works NYC studios also played host to Beijing's Viva Girls, a 12-piece all-female band from China who fuse modern and traditional music. Watch a video of the Viva Girls' sessions at Music Works NYC.
Platinum engineer/consultant Christos Tsantillis (50 Cent, LaBelle, The Roots, Diddy) designed Music Works NYC Manhattan recording studios, which were built by Michigan-based custom studio builder Ken Capton (Eminem, Kid Rock). The facility is owned by Chris Theberge, founding member of Grammy Award-nominated contemporary Jazz group, Groove Collective.