Autumn In NY Means (Pro) Audio
NEW YORK: The AES 127th Convention Committee began formulating a robust program of traditional and atypical events soon after the books were closed on last year’s event. Scheduled for October 9 – 12 in NY’s Javits Center, the 2009 show is committed to setting new standards in meaningful and imaginative programming. AES Executive Director Roger Furness reports that Convention Chair Agnieszka Roginska has rallied an expert team to the cause.
Re-teaming for the 2009 Convention are: David Bialik, celebrating his 21st consecutive year as Broadcast Chair; Tutorials & Workshops Chair, Alex Case; Live Sound Co-Chairs, Henry Cohen and Mac Kerr; Historical Chair, Harry Hirsch; Facilities Chair, Michael McCoy; Papers Co-Chairs Veronique Larcher and (newcomer) Steve Garrett; Platinum Chair Paul Verna, Technical Tours Chair, Lou Manno; Master Class Chair Alan Silverman and Volunteers Chair Doron Schacter (another new member), are already fine tuning their 127th Convention programs.
“We are particularly fortunate to have the counsel of AES President Jim Anderson participating in our meetings,” Roginska says. “His wealth of experience as a past Committee Chair make him an invaluable asset.”
“The enthusiasm and creative thinking evidenced by this year’s Committee is nothing less than extraordinary,” Roger Furness concludes. “The knowledge that each of these incredibly busy people is taking time away from their already over-extended schedule to volunteer for Convention planning is genuinely humbling. There is an old maxim that reads ‘If you want something done well, go to a busy man.’ The 127th AES Convention exemplifies that edict.”
Pictured standing l-t-r: Technical Tours Chair, Lou Manno; Master Class Chair, Alan Silverman; AES Director Convention Management Chris Plunkett; Executive Director Roger Furness; Facilities Chair, Michael McCoy; Marketing Consultant Margaret Sekelsky; Volunteers Chair Doron Schacter and Live Sound Co-Chairs, Henry Cohen and Mac Kerr. Seated l-t-r are: Broadcast Chair David Bialik; AES President Jim Anderson; Convention Chair Agnieszka Roginska; and Historical Chair, Harry Hirsch. Not pictured are Tutorials/Workshops Chair, Alex Case; Papers Co-Chairs Veronique Larcher and Steve Garrett; and Platinum Chair Paul Verna,
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org