Renowned arranger/composer and BMI Richard Kirk Award recipient Patrick Williams recently hosted two invitation-only live recording sessions March 25 and 26 for his highly anticipated upcoming album, Home Suite Home. Held at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA, BMI’s Vice President, Film/TV Relations Doreen Ringer-Ross attended in support of the composer, joining guests in the studio for a sneak peek listen to the upcoming release. The once in a lifetime performances featured a big band, with 17 of the world’s top musicians joining Williams on the recordings. BMI Richard Kirk Award recipient Dave Grusin played piano, Chuck Berghofer, the bass, Peter Erskine, drums and Dean Parks, guitar. The saxophone section featured Dan Higgins and Jeff Driskill on alto sax, Bob Sheppard and Tom Scott on tenor sax and Gene Cipriano on baritone sax. Wayne Bergeron, Arturo Sandoval, Gary Grant and Dan Fornero took up their famous trumpets while Charlie Loper, Andy Martin and Bob McChesney played trombone with Craig Gosnell on bass trombone.