The Entertainment Technology Department at NYC College of Technology is holding a professional audio workshop on Friday, April 16, from 1pm-5pm
Vocal and audio professionals meet to discuss the complexities and demands of their respective fields in Microphone Workshop II. Collaboration between these two disciplines is extremely important to achieve a great result in performance, and this workshop seeks to bring the two disciplines together.
• How vocal and sound professionals can communicate to serve the needs of the production
• There is no “Perfect” sound
• How does live sound happen?
• How is the singing voice produced?
• Common sound and vocal issues and how to address them
• Panel discussion with top tier industry experts from both professions
Panelists/ presenters scheduled to appear:
Dr. Jeanne Goffi-Fynn, Director, Doctoral Cohort Program, Teachers College, Columbia University Jan Horvath, Adjunct Faculty, CAP 21 Broadway and Off Broadway Performer John Huntington, Professor of Sound and Show Control, NYC College of Technology Abe Jacob, The “Godfather” of Theatre Sound Currently at New York City Opera Andrew Keister, Broadway Sound Designer Gary Mauer, Broadway and National tour Performer Dr. Pamelia Phillips,Professional Program Director, CAP21 Michael Rider, Adjunct Music Theater Voice Faculty, Montclair State University Adjunct Faculty, CAP 21 Dr. David B. Smith, Chair, Entertainment Technology, NYC College of Technology Philip “PJ” Volpe, Head of Sound, Metropolitan Opera
New York City College of Technology, CUNY Department of Entertainment Technology Voorhees Theater, Voorhees Hall
186 Jay Street, Brooklyn