Andrew Bohman is a Baltimore-based audio engineer who specializes in recording and mixing classical, jazz, and folk music. He has a Master of Arts in Audio Sciences with a Recording & Production focus from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. At Peabody, he was a graduate assistant for the Recording Arts & Sciences department, where he studied under the tutelage of Scott Metcalfe and Ed Tetreault for six years. His education at Peabody has provided him with a strong foundation in all things audio engineering. Additionally, Andrew holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Composition from Peabody which provided him with a thorough understanding of music theory, history, orchestration, and score reading.

As a freelancer in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., Andrew has recorded, livestreamed, and edited hundreds of concerts, recitals, sessions, and audition tapes for professionals and students alike. This has provided him with extensive experience with multi-camera video for music applications. He currently operates livestream concerts at An die Musik on Charles Street and produces the streams for Community Concerts at Second Presbyterian. He recorded and mixed the 2022 EP “Human Being Things” by folk artists Caleb Stine and Nick Sjostrom. In 2020, he recorded, mixed, and mastered the album “Hearing Stars” by composer collective CNSNC, performed by the Bergamot String Quartet. He has served as an engineer for several members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra including pianist Lura Johnson, clarinetist YaoGuang Zhai, and violinist Audrey Wright.

For two summers Andrew worked as a recording engineer at the Tanglewood Music Center under the supervision of Grammy award-winning producer and engineer Tim Martyn, and Carl Talbot of Musicom Productions. At Tanglewood, he served as lead recording engineer on concerts by some of the top artists in the classical industry, including the Emerson String Quartet, Jeremy Denk, Thomas Adès, Paul Lewis, the JACK Quartet, Stefan Jackiw, Igor Levit, Kirill Gerstein, members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and numerous fellows of the Tanglewood Music Center. He has assisted on broadcasted recordings for the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Photo credit Noah Tingen.

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