The Press Democrat has a newly published profile on Delos Director Carol Rosenberger, her career, recordings, and her new memoir, To Play Again:
Since 2007, when Delos Music recording label founder Amelia Haygood passed away, Rosenberger has also served as general director of that revered classical record label named after the Greek island where Apollo, the god of music, was born. Delos Music is now based out of Sonoma, where Rosenberger has lived since 2009.
“I work for Delos from morning until late at night,” she said. “We are known for our sound quality and for the great artists we have recorded.”
During the past 25 years, Rosenberger has also been working on a memoir about her musical life before and after polio devastated her upper body and postponed her musical career. She started writing a few draft chapters back in the late ‘80s, which she sent to her parents. Then she kept plugging away at it, with the help of letters she originally sent to family and friends from Europe.
“To Play Again,” the moving memoir of her life as a musical survivor, was released earlier this week. It has already won a bronze medal at the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards for autobiography/memoir.…
See the feature — including some wonderful photos — at www.pressdemocrat.com
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