Artistic director of PROdigital Records, and one of its original founders, violist Peter Hatch plays many roles, both in front of the micophones and behind the scenes. His organizational skills, honed by many years producing and organizing classical music concerts and chamber music series in Seattle, Washington and Pacific Palisades, California, contributed to such PROdigital productions as Gordon Jacobs: Chamber Music for Clarinet (PRO-9226), and Turina/Granados: Sonatas for Violin and Piano (PRO-1229), among numerous others.
An audio engineer with a well-trained musical ear, he engineered the album Tangos and Habaneras for Flute & Guitar (PRO-1113) and co-engineered the Mozart Flute Concertos (PRO-2419) with Jean Pierre Rampal conducting the Hungarian Chamber Orchestra.
As artistic director of PROdigital Records, Peter authors and/or edits most of the notes that accompany our productions. Nearly as comfortable writing in Spanish as in his native English, it fell to him to write the program notes for the album Federico Mompou: Music for Piano (PRO-5162) when it was discovered that the only musicalogical source material available about the composer Mompou was in Spanish. He also translated program notes for the Turina/Granados album from English to Spanish and program notes to a Grieg album from Spanish to English. At the computer, he is a meticulous digital music editor, a graphic artist with a good eye and he created and maintains the entire PROdigital Records web site.
Peter Hatch grew up in Portland, Oregon, graduated from the Juilliard School of Music in New York City and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. A passionate and dedicated sailor, his spare time is often spent with his wife and two daughters aboard their Islander 36 sailboat sailing the California coastal waters of the Pacific Ocean on Santa Monica Bay, to Catalina Island, and beyond.
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