Release of Fourth Disc with the London Symphony OrchestraIn August 2014, Naxos released the fourth disc of music by Kenneth Fuchs performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and conductor JoAnn Falletta. The recording features baritone and Naxos artist Roderick Williams and was produced by Grammy Award-winner Tim Handley. Repertoire includes: Falling Man (for baritone voice and orchestra); Movie House (seven poems by John Updike for baritone voice and chamber ensemble); and Songs of Innocence and of Experience (four poems by William Blake for baritone voice and chamber ensemble). The recording was completed at Abbey Road Studios in London, August 30–September 1, 2013. Physical discs and digital formats were released worldwide on Naxos American Classics.
Kenneth Fuchs, JoAnn Falletta, and Roderick Williams on the steps of Abbey Road Studios
Kenneth Fuchs greets the LSO on the first day of recording in Studio 1.
JoAnn Falletta, Roderick Williams, and the LSO record Falling Man in Abbey Road Studio 1.
JoAnn Falletta, Roderick Williams, and members of the LSO record Songs of Innocence and of Experience in Abbey Road Studio 2.
Kenneth Fuchs, JoAnn Falletta, producer Tim Handley, along with engineer Jonathan Allen, members of the LSO, and baritone Roderick Williams, listen to a playback of Songs of Innocence and of Experience in the control room of Abbey Road Studio 2.