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Professor John Hill discusses his Grammy Award

Professor John Hill discusses his Grammy Award

MTSU recording-industry professor John Hill shares his thoughts on the honor of winning a “Best Engineered Album, Classical” Grammy in February 2011 for his audio-engineering work on the CD “Daugherty: Metropolis Symphony; Deus Ex Machina.” He also was nominated for a second Grammy for  “Best Classical Album” for “Metropolis.”

Hill’s award-winning CD featured works by contemporary composer Michael Daugherty as performed by Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.

Hill has been the Nashville Symphony’s recording engineer since 2000 and was nominated for a “Best Classical Album” Grammy in 2007 for engineering the symphony’s CD “Ravel: “L’Enfant et les sortileges” (“the Child and the Spells”) and “Sheherazade.”


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