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The Recording Academy Grant

The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences awarded Lee Johnson $5,000 to record “Infinitude” seventh symphony with the Centre for Contemporary Music Moscow of the Moscow Conservatory.

June 2006

Lee Johnson was invited to do a special performance of “Infinitude” for the Human Rights Defenders Policy Forum at the Carter Center. In attendance were Pres. And Mrs. Carter and other dignitaries from the international Human Rights community.

May/June 2006 issue of American Record Guide features a review of “Every Matter Under Heaven”. “Everything about this release is a joy and I think you’ll be very happy, very pleased that you took the trouble to find it.” “This music isn’t just well crafted; it’s melodic, emotionally rich, and sometimes genuinely inspired.” GREENFIELD

May 2006

Lee Johnson has been asked to return again to Mankato to direct the Mankato Symphony Orchestra in their “Rockin’ the Quarry” concert. Some works by Lee Johnson will be featured on the program to include excerpts from Dead Symphony no. 6 inspired by music created by the Grateful Dead during their forty years of music making and cultural re-evolution.

March 2006

Johnson to sign the new high resolution 5.1 surround recording and DVD Symphonic Film Series V masterwork “Every Matter Under Heaven” with CC’nC Records for release in fall of 2006. The release will feature a fantastic film version of “Every Matter Under Heaven” produced with long time friend and creative partner, Clay Powers. The DVD will feature a full length documentary intended for use by educators to assist in the promotion of New Music In the Schools; an outreach organization created by Lee Johnson Music.

February 2006

Johnson conducts the Goliard Ensemble in the premiere performances and digital recordings of LaGrange College Department of Music’s Creative Music Technologies composition contest winners. The winning works were by student composers: Zack Patten, Jonathan Godfrey, Aaron Jones, and Chris Owenby.

The premiere of Suite no. 1 from “Trail of Tears” c. 1828 was conducted by Lee Johnson with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra at Callaway Auditorium featuring Marlaina Johnson as soloist. The work was received with a standing ovation from the very enthusiastic concert audience.

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