I was happy to hear that Stonehouse Sound was nominated for a Nova Scotia Music Award for Recording Studio of the Year! Every year during Nova Scotia Music Week, Music Nova Scotia awards artists and industry in a variety of categories.
2019 has been a busy year for Stonehouse Sound with a wonderful variety of music being recorded in house and on location. Our studio works on a wide range of projects from folk to pop to classical to experimental. Some of the talent which has been through our doors (actually and virtually) in 2019 are Paul Halley, Jennah Barry, Carmen Braden, Joel Miller, Papilio, Colin Nealis, Glenn Patscha, Capella Regalis, Sam Wilson, The Norther Pikes, Geoff Arsenault, Mathieu Gaudet, Robert DeMaine, Peter Takács, Norman Adams, Brandon Auger, Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance, King’s College Chapel Choir, Atlantic String Machine, Jérôme Blais, suddenly LISTEN, Eileen Walsh, 5th Wind, Symphony Nova Scotia and many more.
Of course we are often on the road recording music where is sounds best. Highlights include Joel Millers upcoming release “Unstoppable” (Studio Piccolo in Montreal) , Mathieu Gaudette’s Volume 1 of the complete Schubert Piano Sonatas (Palaise Montcalm, Quebec City) and Carmen Braden’s “Songs of the Invisible Summer Stars” (Acadia University Festival Hall).
2020 is shaping up to be another exciting year with sessions in Toronto with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir, a new studio recording of Jérôme Blais’ “mouvance” with Suzie LeBlanc, and continued work on an exciting new project with The Northern Pikes.