ROBERT AUBRY DAVIS produces and hosts Millennium of Music, heard on public radio stations nationwide. In addition to this weekly show, Davis also produces radio specials including On Holiday, a series of five one-hour programs that explore the music and culture of different European nations.
Davis is a frequent lecturer and commentator for arts institutions throughout Washington D.C. and hosts the weekly arts discussion program Around Town for WETA TV in the nation’s capital. He is a contributing writer to newspapers, journals and cultural publications both nationally and internationally.
After working in public radio for over 20 years, Davis became the program director for two channels on XM Satellite Radio: “VOX,” dedicated to vocal classical music from Gregorian chant through opera, and “The Village.” Modeled after the public radio program Songs for Aging Children, a celebration of ‘60s folk music that Davis co-hosted for nearly 15 years, “The Village” is a unique gathering of singer-songwriters across the generations.
About the Technical Director
CHRISTOPHER DRUMMOND is a classical recording and mixing engineer, music producer, composer, and session violinist. In 1996, he founded Cairo Productions, a film-scoring and audio-postproduction company. His engineering and production style is influenced by a six-year mentorship with the renowned Grammy-nominated, Emmy-winning classical engineer, Edward Kelly, and by electronic music pioneer and IMAX scoring veteran, Michael Stearns.
Christopher operates in Washington, DC, and Atlanta, GA, and is the technical director for Robert Aubry Davis’s Millennium of Music. Millennium airs on Sirius XM and over 150 National Public Radio affiliates. Christopher has produced feature programming for XM and NPR featuring Paul McCartney, Sting, Billy Joel, Jon Anderson, Kiri TeKanawa, Bryn Terfel, Anonymous 4, the Cistertian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz and many others.