This is an exciting opportunity to visit the Royal Albert Hall to get an insight into how an 'in the round' ballet production takes form.
Phil Wright, has worked on Swan Lake for the last 16 years, so he knows the score inside out and back to front. Phil has a special understanding of the Royal Albert Hall and what it takes to fill the space with the sound of the English National Ballet Philharmonic Orchestra. He will guide you through his work along side a representative from EM acoustics, who will explain the details of the rig.
You are invited to watch the dress rehearsal of this spectacular show. Phil will then talk you through how they produced what you have just seen, answer any questions you may have and show you round back stage.
The performance starts at 19:00 and should be finished within 3 hours, but due to the nature of dress rehearsals these timings are approximate. The event will end at 23:00.
Places are strictly limited.
This event is organised by the ASD and so is eligible for travel assistance.
Join us in the RCSSD studio in Swiss Cottage London for a day of radio mic fun.
Tuomo Tolonen from Shure will guide us through the finer points of setting up a radio mic system in the morning, then in the afternoon Zoe Milton will show you some of the tricks involved in successfully attaching a hidden microphone to a performer.
This is an ASD training session and so is eligible for travel assistance. Please contact us for more information.
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