Who: Ron Streicher, president-elect of the AES
Main Responsibilities: to provide a “theme” or“agenda” to the various standing committees and the Boardof Governors for the society's activities for the coming year. One ofmy primary goals will be to establish a “Speakers Bureau”to assist local sections in securing qualified and interesting peopleto present meetings to their members and guests.
- 1972-present, owner/operator of Pacific Audio-Visual Enterprises(Pasadena, Calif.)
- 1998-present, audio production member at Aspen Music Festival andSchool
- 1988-present, staff member at Audio Recording Institute
The one profession that I would like to try other than my ownwould be…a shoe salesman, because the job requires no liftingof heavy equipment, no expensive technical equipment inventory and noproblems to take home — or an orchestra/opera conductor!
The one piece of advice that I would give to students enteringthis business would be…to be patient. No one starts at thetop. Look for a unique approach or an unusual entry, and one in a“smaller market.”
The last great movie I saw was…Chicago.
The moment I knew I was in the right profession waswhen…Recording musical events and radio plays has always beenthe “right fit” for me.
Currently in my CD changer: Anna Russell's first CD,featuring her unique interpretations of Gilbert and Sullivan operettasand Wagner's “Ring.”
When I'm not at work, you can find me…at the theater ora concert, at dinner with friends or a Sapphire Group meeting —or at an AES meeting or convention.
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