Jeanne Montalvo

Sound Engineer from New York, United States
Jeanne Montalvo is a Grammy-nominated audio engineer and radio producer. She’s worked at the Banff Centre for the Arts, the Tanglewood Music Festival with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera Restoration project and also live recordings with Spike Lee and Al Kooper. Her recording of Multiverse by the Bobby Sanabria Latin Jazz Big Band was nominated for Best Latin Jazz Album at the 2012 Grammy Awards. In 2017, she was nominated as Mastering Engineer along with Meyer-Media for Vladimir Horowitz: The Unreleased Live Recordings. She broke into radio after receiving her Masters in Music Technology from New York University, working as an audio engineer and producer for National Public Radio and Bloomberg Radio. She spent the last two years as senior engineer at NPR’s Latino USA, as well as producing long-form and non-narrated music stories for the podcast.
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Jeanne Montalvo
Sound Engineer from New York, United States
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