Christopher M. Brown, one of the founders of the Acoustic Wilton musical group, died Sept. 24 following a boating accident on Candlewood Lake. He was 60 years old and lived in New Fairfield.
Mr. Brown trained for a career as a classical and jazz musician and worked as both a musician and sound recording engineer. He maintained a recording studio in Bethel. He produced and engineered more than 50 live albums, and served as recording editor on Paul Winter’s Grammy Award-winning Prayer for the Wild Things, recorded live at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan.