Bay-Atlantic Symphony to release CD on Naxos

Posted on: October 12, 2010

Tuesday’s (10/12) Bridgeton News (New Jersey) reports, “The Bay-Atlantic Symphony and Music Director Jed Gaylin spent several days in late August at Rowan University in Glassboro to make their first commercial label record. The record, a collaboration between composer and conductor, will be released in December of this year on the Innova Label and distributed by Naxos. The joint efforts of Gaylin and Lee Pui Ming stem from when the composer was in residence with the Bay-Atlantic Symphony in 2008. … The work recorded, ‘She Comes to Shore’, is a concerto for improvised piano and orchestra by the contemporary Hong Kong-born, Canadian-based composer and pianist Lee Pui Ming. It had been commissioned and premiered in March 2010 by Gaylin and the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra. … Long-time recording team for the Bay-Atlantic Symphony, Traveling Tracks, of Mays Landing, was brought in, with Owner and Chief Engineer Brad Zabelski as sound engineer.”

Posted October 12, 2010