Audio Engineering School Well Represented at the East Coast Music Awards This Year

We are pleased to announce that our Audio Engineering program is going to be well represented at this year's  East Coast Music Awards. Three of our Fredericton campus staff members, including Audio Engineering Department Head Kevin Herring - have engineered on recordings nominated for the 2012 ECMAs, being held in Moncton in April. They are:

  • Andrew MacRae (recording, mix and mastering engineer) on Katherine Moller – Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Haired (Roots/Traditional Solo Recording of the Year)
  • Brad Perry (recording and mix engineer) on The Olympic Symphonium – The City Won't Have Time To Fight (Group Recording of the Year )
  • Kevin W. Herring (recording, editing and mastering engineer) on Duo Cantilena – The Green Bushes: Dances, Airs and Lullabies (Classical Recording of the Year)

About the East Coast Music Awards

East Coast Music Week 2012 will take place in Moncton, New Brunswick, from April 11–15. The event is part of the ECMA's mandate to foster, promote and develop East Coast music.

“Celebrating the incredible talent in Atlantic Canada and supporting the hard work of our artists is our primary focus,” said Su Hutchinson, executive director of the East Coast Music Association. “Preparations are underway for an ECMA Week that will present our artists and industry in exciting new ways.”

The primary activity of the ECMA is the annual Awards, Festival & Conference. This event attracts industry professionals, talent buyers, media and record labels from around the globe.There is no better time to hone your networking skills and develop new contacts than at this annual event.

Since its inception in 1989, the ECMA Event has become a national and international event. The components of this event have evolved to become the most comprehensive and exciting event in Atlantic Canada.

Visit www.ecma.ca for more information about the awards.