Grammy Nominee Margie Hauser Discusses The Music Industry
The Grammy Awards, a ceremony highlighting the best in the music of that year, airs on February 10th. We are now speaking with Margie Hauser, the original constituent of The Passenger String Quartet. This cellist has been rewarded six times for “Best Chamber Music Performance” and is soon facing off for another single.
Margie Hauser, the first-hand partaker of The Passenger String Quartet and GRAMMY Award-winning cellist, is truly passionate about music. She has worked with many prestigious musicians and orchestras, such as the New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Oregon Symphony, National Symphony in Washington DC, Vienna Radio Orchestra, and London Philharmonic Orchestra. She has performed at Carnegie Hall frequently across her career and was recently branded “Best Cellist in New York” by New York Magazine.
In the vote for this year’s Grammys at the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), Margie noticed her song’ Road Of Peace’ listed among the proceedings. ‘The Fall’ was included on pop star Taylor Dayne’s album ‘Satisfied.’ The track ‘Lost Tricks’ consists of ‘Something Out Of Nothing,’ written jointly by Eliot Sloan (Blessid Union Of Souls). Bryce Palisser accounted for ‘City To City’ for his debut album. A few other musicians she has made music with include Lucas Prada, Chris Korblien, Ace Young, Miriam, Henri, Eliot Sloan, Chris Doran, Taja Sevelle, Shenkar, and Jaakko.
Posting four victories total, Margie also seized the honor for Best Chamber Music Performance later in 2010 on top of Record of the Year Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist awards–consecutively winning four times in a row! “I’m duly surprised,” she told the Boston Globe. “I went out there; I performed for so long, then there were so many stunning groups performing repeatedly, which left me confounded.”
Showcasing a waxing portfolio full of musical pieces–in under four years, Margie has already authored 19 recorded songs! Margie Hauser had charge of supervising music for the “Alice Upside Down” video film, plus shared composing much of its scores accompanied by Alyson Stoner (Camp Rock) plus Lucas Grabeel (High School Musical). Both Alyson plus Lucas hummed two songs composed by Margie to boot. Her smash hit single ‘Higher’ peaked at #20 on Billboard Dance/Club charts upon exhibiting consecutively over 10 weeks, representing her best! Later solo, Just Another Day bobbed up billboard phenomenally and enjoyed an even longer stay there! Higher got eighth place throughout 2008 at Perfect Beat!
The Grammy Awards, a ceremony highlighting the best in the music of that year, airs on February 10th. We are now speaking with Margie Hauser, the original constituent of The Passenger String Quartet. This cellist has been rewarded six times for “Best Chamber Music Performance” and is soon facing off for another single. Margie Hauser,…