Candlewood Digital was founded in 2006 by Richard Price and Wayne Hileman, following thirty combined years of working together at one of New York's premier classical recording studios.
Completed by mobile engineering specialist Robert LaPorta, the Candlewood Digital staff of professionals offers musicians a high-end recording resource unsurpassed in skill, experience, and dedication to the highest standards, both musical and technical.
At the center of everything we do is
29 Lake Drive South
Candlewood Isle Box 67
New Fairfield, CT 06812
Candlewood recording soprano Emily Maixner (not in photo)
and organist Ronald Dale Berresford at the First Church
of Christ, Scientist, New York City
Candlewood recording Decoda performing the music of Richard Wilson:
above, at the Kosciuszko Foundation, New York City. Below, at
Martel Recital Hall, Skinner Hall of Msic, Vassar College.
David Shuler conducts the Choir of St. Luke in the Fields
at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Times Square,
New York City, recording newly edited choral works of
Pierre de Manchicourt. Thanks to Todd Frizzell for the photos!
(More photos on the Our Services page.)
Candlewood returns to London, producing a new
CD of Barbara Harbach's Symphonies 7-10 with the
London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of David Angus,
at Henry Wood Hall. Thanks to Patrick Garvey of
Patrick Garvey Management for the photos!
(More photos on the Our Services page.)
Celebrating the opening of the new Performing Arts Center of
Greenwich High School: Patrick Taylor conducts the combined
GHS choirs, orchestra, and alumni.
At the University of Colorado, Boulder: Candlewood producer/engineer
Richard Price with pianist David Korevaar and violinist Chas Wetherbee,
recording Paul Juon's Sonata for violin and piano as well as a CD of
Chopin solo piano music.
Above and below: the opening Gala concert of the Windham
Chamber Music Festival in Windham, New York:
Robert Manno conducts the Windham Festival Chamber Orchestra
with soloists Anna Polansky, piano, and Diva Goodfriend-Koven, flute.
Photos by Rob Shannon, fotopic.com
Metropolitan Opera soprano Danielle Talamantes and pianist
Henry Dehlinger, flanked by Candlewood's Richard Price and
Wayne Hileman, recording songs of Duke Ellington at
Vienna Presbyterian Church, Vienna, VA.
First recordings of unexplored classical string trios with
the Vivaldi Project: violinist Elizabeth Field, violinist/violist
Allison Guest Edberg, and cellist Stephanie Vial,
at Old Main Chapel, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA
Trumpeter Paul Futer and pianist Susan Nowicki, with CanDig
producer/engineer Richard Price, at the legendary Troy Savings Bank
Music Hall for first recordings of new American trumpet sonatas.
More photos on the "our services" page. Photos used by kind
permission of the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Foundation.
Backstage at the spectacular new Visual and Performing Arts Center of
Western Connecticut State University in Danbury: Candlewood
recording the Danbury Symphony Orchestra and the Danbury
Concert Chorus in a program of Great Opera Choruses.
Candlewood recording the Verdi Requiem live at the NVCC Fine Arts
Center, Naugatuck, Connecticut: Maestro Leif Bjaland leads the
Connecticut Choral Society, New Jersey Choral Society,
NVCC Chorus, soloists, and the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra.
Continuing their intergal Beethoven Quartet series, Candlewood records Beethoven's Grosse Fuge with the Arianna String Quartet at the
Anheuser-Busch Performance Hall of the Touhill Arts Center,
St. Louis, MO:L to R, cellist Kurt Baldwin, violist Joanna Mendoza,
and violinists Julia Sakharova and John McGrosso.
The New York City Children's Chorus, conducted by Music Director
Mary Huff,recording their new CD for MSR Classics with
Candlewood at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City.
Recording new American music for voice and piano, a project in memory
of Emery W. Harper: Susan Davenny Wyner, composer
Yehudi Wyner, Executive Producer Luigi Terruso,
CanDig producer Wayne Hileman, and Project Director John Solum,
at Martel Recital Hall, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York.
Below, at the same sessions: pianist Todd Crow, Wayne Hileman,
composer and pianist Lowell Liebermann, and soprano Sharon Arms.
Above and below: Recording the Chamber Music of Barbara Harbach,
Vol. 5, for MSR Classics, in St. Louis, MO, at the Lee Theatre of the
Touhiill Performing Arts Center, University of Missouri-St. Louis. Above,
James Richards leading the St. Louis Chamber Players in
Dr. Harbach's Birth-Life-Death of Christ.
Violinist John McGrosso, composer Dr. Barbara Harbach,
pianist Alla Voskoboynikova, soprano Marlissa Hudson, and CanDig
engineer Wayne Hileman, recording Dorothy Parker Songs.
Newberry's Victorian Cornet Band: First r ecordings of music
of Thomas Coates with Candlewood in Alexandria, VA:
conductor Douglas Hedwig is at center.
Candlewood at magnificent Mechanics Hall, in Worcester,
Massachusetts, recording music of Franck and Bloch
with violinist Zina Schiff and pianist Cameron Grant.