David Jaeger is a music producer, composer and broadcaster, who has produced several dozen records on the Point Music, CBC Records, Centrediscs, Novadisc, Opening Day, York Fine Arts, and Trappist labels. He has been a member of the CBC Radio Music department since 1973, and in 1978 he created one of the world’s most celebrated new music programs, Two New Hours, which was heard on the national CBC Radio Two network until Spring 2007. In 1990 his Centrediscs double-CD Schafer:5 (String Quartets of R. Murray Schafer with the Orford String Quartet) won two Juno awards. In 1997 and 1998, Point Music released his productions of the music of the world-famous English composer, Gavin Bryars, featuring the Hilliard Ensemble and The Gavin Bryars Ensemble. In 2002 David Jaeger was elected President of the International Rostrum of Composers, and was the first non-European ever to be named to this post in the 55-year history of that organization.
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