SugarHill Recording Studios chief engineer Andy Bradley was busy recording on location with six-time Grammy nominated producer Judith Sherman.
Sherman has won numerous awards, including the 1993 Classical Producer of the Year Award. As one of the top-noted recording figures in contemporary classical music, Sherman has worked alongside composers such as Steve Reich, Charles Wuorinen, Elliot Carter, Christopher Rouse, Shulamit Ran, Phillip Glass and Terry Riley.
The project consists of four compositions by 1994 Grammy-winning composer Libby Larsen, who is the author of over 200 works.
The session musicians comprised Curtis Macomber (violin), James Dunham (viola), Norman Fischer (cello), Deborah Dunham (double bass) and Jeanne Kierman (piano). Fischer, Kierman and James Dunham are all professors at The Shepherd School of Music.
The pieces were recorded at The Shepherd School of Music at Duncan Recital Hall on September 15th, 16th and 17th and have an expected release date by early 2005.
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