Jamaica Plain Engineers Win Grammy for Best Engineered Album
Engineers from JP's Soundmirror won Best Engineered Album, Classical for their work on "Elmer Gantry."
A recording studio nestled on JP's Green Street won a Grammy on Sunday.
Engineers Byeong-Joon Hwang and John Newton and Jesse Lewis, mastering engineer, took home the Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Classical. The award was for their work on Elmer Gantry, a new American opera performed by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Florentine Opera Chorus.
To hear samples from the award-winning recording, see this link to the album on amazon.com.
[Editor's note: Special thanks to JP Patch reader Rhea Becker, who pointed out that JP had a Grammy winner.]