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Judith Sherman

New York, NY

A twelve-time Grammy Award nominee and the winner of the award for Classical Producer of the Year for 1993, 2007 and 2011, Judith Sherman has made an indelible contribution to the catalogue of recorded classical music. Early in her career she was employed at WBAI-FM in New York City, beginning as an engineer and over the course of four years working her way up to become Producer and then Music Director. During the summers of 1976 through 1994, she was the recording engineer of the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont. In 2009, she received the Richard J. Bogomolny National Service Award, the highest award given by Chamber Music America. She currently works as a freelance recording producer and engineer in New York. She has collaborated with such artists as Rudolf Serkin, Ursula Oppens, Christopher O’Riley and Jennifer Koh; with the Kronos Quartet and the Cleveland, American, Chiara and Pacifica String Quartets; and with conductors such as Christoph Eschenbach, Donald Runnicles and David Zinman. Her recordings in the field of contemporary classical music have been particularly noted, including work with such composers as Steve Reich, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, John Adams, John Corigliano, David Rakowski, Kenneth Fuchs, Steve Mackey, Philip Glass, Eric Moe, Joan Tower and Terry Riley. Her recordings have appeared on many labels, including Nonesuch, Telarc, Cedille, Bridge, Arabesque, CRI, CBS, Koch and New World.


XA twelve-time Grammy Award nominee and the winner of the award for Classical Producer of the Year for 1993, 2007 and 2011, Judith Sherman has made an indelible contribution to the catalogue of recorded classical music. Early in her career she was employed at WBAI-FM in New York City, beginning as an engineer and over the course of four years working her way up to become Producer and then Music Director. During the summers of 1976 through 1994, she was the recording engineer of the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont. In 2009, she received the Richard J. Bogomolny National Service Award, the highest award given by Chamber Music America. She currently works as a freelance recording producer and engineer in New York. She has collaborated with such artists as Rudolf Serkin, Ursula Oppens, Christopher O’Riley and Jennifer Koh; with the Kronos Quartet and the Cleveland, American, Chiara and Pacifica String Quartets; and with conductors such as Christoph Eschenbach, Donald Runnicles and David Zinman. Her recordings in the field of contemporary classical music have been particularly noted, including work with such composers as Steve Reich, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, John Adams, John Corigliano, David Rakowski, Kenneth Fuchs, Steve Mackey, Philip Glass, Eric Moe, Joan Tower and Terry Riley. Her recordings have appeared on many labels, including Nonesuch, Telarc, Cedille, Bridge, Arabesque, CRI, CBS, Koch and New World.