Drummer-producer Terri Lyne Carrington and classical-music producer Judith Sherman will be honored by the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing on 2/1 at The Village Studios.

The event will also celebrate the year-round work of the Producers & Engineers Wing and its members, who advocate for excellence and best practices in sound recording, audio technologies and education in the recording arts, along with proper crediting, recognition and rights for music creators.

"Both Terri Lyne and Judith have made indelible contributions to music, and we look forward to bringing together producers, engineers and artistic professionals to honor these incredible artists and kick off our Grammy Week celebrations," said Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr.

Three-time Grammy winner Carrington is an NEA Jazz Master, founder and artistic director of the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice and artistic director for both the Next Jazz Legacy program (a collaboration with New Music USA) and Detroit's Carr Center.

Sherman has won 13 Grammys including six for Producer of the Year, Classical. She started at WBAI-FM in New York before becoming the recording engineer for the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont. Currently working as a freelance recording producer and engineer in New York, she's collaborated with Rudolf Serkin, Kronos Quartet, Eighth Blackbird and many others.

"The Producers & Engineers Wing is privileged to pay tribute to two women who've pushed boundaries both in and outside of the studio," said Maureen Droney, VP of the Producers & Engineers Wing. "Grammy nominees this year, Terri Lyne and Judith are awe-inspiring honorees who represent the best of the recording industry and whose contributions to their respective genres continue to resonate with the music community."