For the album Grace, Paul Avgerinos won this year’s Grammy for New Age Music. Here you can see the media coverage for the award, and learn more about this amazing artist too!
12 News Connecticut writes:
“A Redding man has returned home after winning one of the highest honors in the recording industry.
Hidden in the woods in Redding, Paul Avgerinos blends electronics, instruments and his voice to create new age music. His latest album, “Grace,” won best New Age Album at this year’s Grammy Awards.
He got his start playing rock, jazz and classical music in the 1970s, and then took jobs in orchestras and touring with musicians. He says he opened a small studio after realizing that he wanted to create new age music.”
Read the article here and see the video interview with Paul.
Trumbull Daily Voice writes:
“A graduate of The Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University, Avgerinos went on to be the principal bass violin in orchestras in Italy, Hong Kong and Venezuela. He also toured with Charles Aznavour and Buddy Rich before opening his own studio.” Read the article here.