Possessing a broad musical background as a violinist with a master’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music, Mr. Abeshouse brings a unique set of skills to his producing, engineering, and mastering technique. His career as a performer has included many years with groups such as the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, American Ballet Theater, City Ballet, Concordia, The Metropolitan String Quartet, chamber music festivals from New York to Hawaii. He also appeared as a violinist in the feature films Fame and The Royal Tenenbaums.
The discography of artists that Adam Abeshouse has worked with includes Itzhak Perelman, Joshua Bell, Emanuel Ax, Garrick Ohlsson, Leon Fleischer, The Guarneri String Quartet, The Juilliard String Quartet, The Orion String Quartet, The Kronos Quartet, The Fine Arts Quartet, The Academy of St. Martins in the Field, The English Chamber Orchestra, The London Symphony, Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Orchestra of St. Luke’s, The St. Petersburg Philharmonic (Russia), The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, The Charleston Symphony, The Dayton Philharmonic, Gary Graffman, Jamie Laredo, Sharon Robinson, Joseph Kalichstein, Joel Krosnick, Gilbert Kalish, Simone Dinnerstein, The Boston Symphony Chamber Players, Samuel Sanders, Paula Robison, Zuill Bailey, Glen Dicterow, Heidi Grant Murphy, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Susan Naruki, Bobby White, and many others. Composers he has worked with include Milton Babbitt, George Crumb, André Previn, Andrew Imbie, Paul Moravec, Peter Schickele, Charles Wuorinen, Gunther Schuller, Richard Wernick, Robert Paterson, Howard Shore, Steven Hartke, Aaron Jay Kernis, Melinda Wagner, and many others.
In 2002, Adam Abeshouse founded the Classical Recording Foundation to meet the growing need for artists not supported by major labels to be able to record music about which they are passionate. In the words of The New Yorker, “The Classical Recording Foundation (is) devoted to the proposition that posterity is despoiled when artists are denied the chance to record their own interpretations of certain repertoire.” For more information, visit www.classicalrecordingfoundation.org.