Carrington, Sherman to be Honored by Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing

On Wed, Feb. 1, 2023, the Recording Academy® Producers & Engineers Wing® will kick off GRAMMY® Week by honoring innovative drummer, producer and three-time GRAMMY winner Terri Lyne Carrington (pictured above), and revered classical producer and 13-time GRAMMY winner Judith Sherman at its annual GRAMMY Week celebration at The Village Studios in Los Angeles. Now in its 15th year, the event will recognize two honorees, paying tribute to the accomplishments of Carrington and Sherman as pioneering women in jazz and classical music.
"We're thrilled to return live to The Village Studios for the first time in three years to celebrate two groundbreaking music creators who are dedicated to innovating both creatively and technically in the recording field," said Harvey Mason jr., CEO of the Recording Academy. "Both Terri Lyne and Judith have made indelible contributions to music, and we look forward to bringing together producers, engineers and artistic professionals to honor these incredible artists and kick off our GRAMMY Week celebrations."  
Along with paying homage to Carrington and Sherman, the event will also celebrate the year-round work of the Producers & Engineers Wing and its members, who advocate for excellence and best practices in sound recording, audio technologies and education in the recording arts, along with proper crediting, recognition and rights for music creators.
GRAMMY Week culminates with the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles' Crypto.com Arena on Sun, Feb. 5, 2023, broadcasting live on the CBS Television Network and streaming live and on-demand on Paramount+ at 8-11:30 p.m. ET/5-8:30 p.m. PT. Media assets for GRAMMY season and events can be found here.  

Terri Lyne Carrington is an NEA Jazz Master, Doris Duke Artist, and three-time GRAMMY Award-winning drummer, composer, producer, and educator. She serves as Founder and Artistic Director of the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, as well Artistic Director for both Next Jazz Legacy program (a collaboration with New Music USA) and the Carr Center in Detroit, MI. She has performed on more than 100 recordings over her 40-year career and has toured and recorded with luminaries such as Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Stan Getz, esperanza spalding, and numerous others. Her artistry and commitment to education has earned her honorary doctorates from York University, Manhattan School of Music and Berklee College of Music, and her curatorial work and music direction has been featured in many prestigious institutions internationally.

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 15: Producer Judith Sherman, winner of Producer of the Year, Classical poses in the press room during The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Kempin/WireImage)
An 18-time GRAMMY Award nominee and 13-time winner, including six for Producer Of The Year, Classical (at the 36th, 50th, 54th, 57th, 58th, and 64th GRAMMY Awards), Judith Sherman has made an indelible contribution to the catalogue of recorded classical music. Early in her career she was employed at WBAI-FM in New York City, beginning as an engineer and over the course of four years working her way up to become producer and then music director. A member of the board of directors of Chamber Music America, Judith served first as secretary in 2002, and thereafter as vice-president. She currently works as a freelance recording producer and engineer in New York.