Engineer / Producer

Will Lederer is a producer, engineer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and former nonprofit Executive Director.

After earning a degree in Music Theory and Composition from Goucher College in Baltimore, Will dove into the music scene of that city while honing his ear and skills. In that time, Will wrote music for corporate and nonprofit campaigns, as well as internationally distributed video games. He was a frequent contributor to major production music libraries, and produced for independent artists. His track “Pink” (a collaboration with Hunter Hooligan) debuted at New York Fashion Week in 2018, accompanying the collection of eyewear designer Stevie Boi.

Between 2012 and 2017, Will was guitarist and business manager for award-winning musician, Bosley, whose music has received millions of plays on streaming services, and has been featured in major motion pictures and on HBO and Comedy Central.

As a recording artist, Will released Somebody Anybody, his first album under his own name, in 2024. The album was called “a must listen” by the Portland Press Herald. Will has also released music as Amazing Bill (2017) and Glow Homes (2019).

After moving to Maine in 2019, Will worked for three years as Executive Director at the Chocolate Church Arts Center  (CCAC), a 501c(3) nonprofit organization in Bath. He worked with internationally renowned artists, supported independent artists, fostered partnerships, wrote grants, and placed the organization in the strongest financial position it has known in its 45 years in operation.



Ex. Dir. / Engineer / Producer

In my life I’ve had a rich and varied musical journey. In my early teens my mom insisted that I study with a good teacher which I discovered at the Peabody Music Institute in Baltimore. Once I moved to Boston I had the great good fortune to study drum set with the legendary Alan Dawson, and later with one of his advanced students. Tabla and Indian music was an interest, and once again I found a great teacher in Pandit Shashi Nayak. Music theory studies ensued with Stephen Savage. Parallel to learning and playing music in bands I caught the recording bug and established a number of studios beginning with a home studio where I produced and recorded my first CD entitled, Heart of Matter which garnered excellent reviews and was played world-wide.

Later on I moved on to the Project Studio level having established the same in Littleton, and Concord Massachusetts with the last one being in Bath, Maine. During this time I recorded and produced Stephen Savage’s Future Memory. I also wrote music for the band Proof of Infinity.

To me music has the great power to heal, to connect, to move people to their very core. This is the overriding energy that compels me to always move forward, to never give up, to create something authentic rather than aiming for commercial success and validation from outside of myself, and to help like minded musicians and composers who may never have an opportunity to record their vision in a proper studio. I think this a worthy goal and hope to manifest that vision here in Maine.