A. T. Shire
AT Shire studied guitar performance at Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania. He received his Audio Engineering degree from the Institute of Audio Research in New York City, then worked in many Jazz Clubs and music studios in Manhattan, including the famed Birdland Jazz Club where he worked with names such as Michael Feinstein, Arturo O’Farrill, and Wynton Marsalis. After working on the South Carolina Public Radio productions Piano Jazz, and Song Travels with Michael Feinstein, Shire moved to Columbia, SC to become the Engineering Manager and Audio Engineer for South Carolina Public Radio. He currently produces the Spoleto Chamber Music Series and travels to Charleston each spring to record performances at the Spoleto Festival USA.