James Abbott

James Abbott

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    Audio Arts

James Abbott is a recording engineer, educator, audio technology consultant, programmer, electronics designer, and musician. He has engineered, edited, and mastered more than 50 commercially released recordings in various genres.

His work can be heard on NPR, PBS, Centaur Records, New World Records, Sony, Composer’s Recordings (CRI), Albany, GM, Sanctuary Classics (Black Box), Victor, Mark Records, Innova, Naxos, Koch Classics, Raven Records, Summit, Warner Brothers, and Endeavor Classics. His clients include many well known ensembles, organizations, and musicians, including the Syracuse Children’s Chorus, Boston Brass, Albany Symphony, Cassatt String Quartet, Corigliano String Quartet, Thomas Lanners, Glimmerglass Opera, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Civic Morning Musicals, Syracuse Society for New Music, Andrew Russo, David Cossin, and Hilary Hahn.

Widely considered to be a specialist in the recording of new music, Abbott has recorded the work of many renowned composers, including Libby Larsen, Augusta Read Thomas, Aaron Jay Kernis, Gabriela Franck, Ross Lee Finney, David Lang, Gunther Schuller, and John Corigliano. 

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