New York based engineer and producer Rick Jacobsohn has established a multifaceted career in the recording studio and live performance venues. Since 2007, Rick has been the producer and engineer for The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.  As of the 2016 season, he has also produced and engineered a portion of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s weekly broadcasts on WRTI. He has also produced and engineered the majority of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s highly successful 2020-21 Digital Stage season.  Other recording projects have found him working with notable classical, jazz, and pop artists and ensembles. He is the original sound designer for Osvaldo Golijov’s Ainadamar, and Mason Bates (R)evolution of Steve Jobs. In addition Rick has mixed live sound on numerous productions for orchestras including Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Atlanta Symphonies as well as Opera Philadelphia, Seattle Opera, and The Sante Fe Opera. Rick holds a Bachelors Degree in Music from Ithaca College and a Masters Degree in Sound Recording from McGill University.