As a freelance classical recording producer and engineer, Jamey Lamar works with artists, ensembles, composers and music festivals around the country and internationally to produce recordings for labels like Naxos and broadcasts such as American Public Media's Performance Today.

Lamar works with artists, ensembles, composers and music festivals around the country and internationally to produce recordings.

He is also a frequent radio host, podcaster, pre-concert lecturer and program annotator.

Before founding the independent classical recording company Art Music Recording, Mr. Lamar was a staff engineer with the Manhattan School of Music and Classic Digital in Chicago and recorded for the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina; the National Festival of Music in Breckenridge, Colorado; and the Aspen Festival of Music. He holds degrees from University of North Carolina School of the Arts (piano), Cleveland Institute of Music (B.M., audio recording), and the University of Memphis (M.M., musicology).

He lives in Boise, Idaho, with violist Linda Kline Lamar and their dog Largo. Jamey likes to cook, tries to keep up with the New Yorker, and owns a Theremin.