John Fredenburg, Events Technician, Recording
Events Technician, Recording
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Audio engineer John Fredenburg is a "worker in the area of conflict between Art and Technology." In 2008 he won First Place in the Stereo: Classical category at the Audio Engineering Society's recording competition in San Francisco. He was the recording engineer on the Beijing Guitar Duo's album Maracaipe, the title track from which received a 2010 Latin Grammy nomination for Best Classical Contemporary Composition, and was an assistant engineer on Vladimir Horowitz's The Unreleased Live Recordings: 1966-1983, which received a Grammy nomination in 2016 for Best Historical Album. He has credits on Sony Classical, The Metropolitan Opera, Shout! Broadway, Universal, MSR Classics, Vurse, Concert Artist Guild, Tonar Music, Hyena Records and the Drink Ammo label.
Mr. Fredenburg holds a Master of Arts in Audio Sciences from the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, a Bachelor of Science in Music from the University of Colorado, has completed an Audio Engineering Practicum at The Banff Centre and was recently a senior recording engineer at the Aspen Music Festival.
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