Pianist Philip Edward Fisher began recording sessions in Princeton, NJ with recordings of four of the composer's piano works: Cursive, Hill Music, Dolmen and The Birds of Barclay Street. The historic Miller Chapel of the Princeton Theological Seminary was the setting, John Baker, engineer and Ben Bierman, producer. Further sessions begin in the same location in September.
Celebrated pianist Philip Edward Fisher, recording artist on both Naxos and Chandos labels, will record four works in June, at the Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ. Cursive, Dolmen, Hill Music: A Breton Ramble, and The Birds of Barclay Street will all be recorded for release next year on Delos. Stay tuned for more details.