The Live Design New York Master Classes: Sound take place on June 5 and 6 at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a list of outstanding sound designers and audio professionals, including Elspeth Appleby, Jim van Bergen, Charles Coes, Duncan Robert Edwards, Elisheba Ittoop, Abe Jacob, Bob McCarthy, Jenny Montgomery, John Montgomery, Nevin Steinberg, John Taylor, Matt Tierney, and Darron L. West. All attendees will see a performance of the Elevator Repair Service’s production of The Sound And The Fury at The Public Theatre on the evening of Friday, June 5, followed by a discussion of the sound by designer Matt Tierney.
Events also include a cocktail reception and Live Design Awards ceremony on the evening of June 4 to kick things off and a Manufacturers Showcase with the latest in cutting-edge audio gear.
The Sound And The Fury at the Public Theater
The Live Design Master Classes have a rich history featuring the industry’s top designers and artisans coming together to share their insights and opinions around the world in a relaxed intimate setting. This year, Live Design has announced a new spin on its Master Classes for June 2015. The newly re-christened New York Master Classes (NYMC) are a natural evolution of the acclaimed Broadway Master Classes training series, and offer a broader scope, opening the curriculum to include speakers from all aspects of lighting/projection and sound, including theater, concerts, dance, opera, and beyond.
All classes are located at NYU in the Tisch and Gallatin spaces. The Live Design Awards Ceremony, sponsored by Meyer Sound, will take place on the evening of June 4 at the Gallatin School.
Mix readers can use code HEAR50, which will give attendees a 50% discount off the Sound Master Classes.