Margaret Dyer

Recording Artist, Performer, Advocate

Featured Recording Projects


Mason Bates - The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs

Nominated for no less that 4 GRAMMY™ awards and eventual winner of best opera recording, this was a true synthesis of music genres and pop technology culture

Esperanza Spalding - 12 Little Spells

Nominated for 2 GRAMMY™ awards and winner of best Jazz Vocal Album. Click here to read the Rolling Stone Magazine review and here for Downbeat Magazine's take. Esperanza is a true force of nature


Dreams & Prayers - A Far Cry & David Krakauer

Nominated for a GRAMMY™ for best classical solo recording I was thrilled to be part of this project with the group I co-founded!


The Knights Chamber Orchestra with Gil Shaham

Nominated for a GRAMMY™ for best classical solo recording I was thrilled to be part of this project with my chamber orchestra "The Knights."

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The Kni&hts with Christina Courtin

A "mash-up" of Bach and Paul Simon. Indie artist Christina Courtin brings her unique style to the Knights after touring the world with Paul Simon

Jennifer Higdon - Cold Mountain

Nominated for 2 GRAMMY™ awards a fascinating cultural vignette that grasped the imagination of the American public

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Jane Antonia Cornish - Seascapes

the 5th studio album by Jane Antonia Cornish for string orchestra, piano and electronics. Recorded at the DiMenna Center, NYC, featuring pianist Vicky Chow (Bang on a Can All-Stars), Margaret Dyer (The Knights) Recorded and mixed by Dan Bora (Philip Glass Ensemble).

David Sylvian - Manafon Variations

The album features six songs from Sylvian's 2009 album Manafon, which have been remixed by Dai Fujikura. The second CD is a 18-minute long stereo mix extract from the 2008–09 Biennial of Canaries, for which Sylvian wrote a piece of music as a sound installation

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Will & Anthony - Love Always

The renowned singers, songwriters, Netflix-bound comedians and Carnegie Hall Headliners are the Brooklyn- born, classically trained singing and comedy brother duo hailed by The Huffington Post as “a nearly impossible pairing of talent, stage presence and charisma.” They recently headlined Carnegie Hall for two sold-out concerts with the New York Pops Symphony Orchestra.

Tobias Picker - Invisible Lilacs

This CD presents four powerful and original pieces of chamber music spanning four decades of creative activity (1976 2011) brilliantly performed by some of the most accomplished musicians in NYC.

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Jane Antonia Cornish - Constellations

An earth-bound expression of tone connects us to a cosmic resonance of truth, beauty, and inner stillness in Constellations, the latest album by Jane Antonia Cornish

David Saw - Broken Down Figure

The songs that you're about to hear are of the faintest light. It's where there's a swaying, woozy, between the main course and dessert sensation - the time prior to and during a cup of winding down coffee. David Saw, the London-based songwriter, has a way of blanketing beautiful and desperate situations in a similar way and it comes out as some of the crackling light that the needles of record players seem to always throw out into the conversation.

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Nicholas Vines - Torrid Nature Scenes

An album of chamber works from Australian composer Nicholas Vines, presents a series of musical landscapes that instill both anxiety and ebullience in the listener