Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association

TSDCA & DPA Microphones Present
Techniques for Mic-ing Musicians, Singers and Actors
A Hands On Education and Application Seminar
December 3, 2018 5pm to 8pm
Save the Date – and RSVP below to reserve a seat.

Please join your colleagues and the DPA Microphone Team for an evening in the heart of New York City.

Yamaha Artist Services Center

689 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Floor (Piano Salon)

New York, NY 10022

The seminar will be led by experts who will share insights and experiences to enhance your microphone techniques and capabilities. On hand will be the Hazelrigg Brothers duo who will perform several of their latest compositions while giving you the opportunity to explore orchestra pit and stage mic-ing techniques and solutions, as well as singer and actor mic-ing.  This will also be a great networking opportunity for the greater New York City TSDCA members along with our guests.
We hope to see you there!
Hazelrigg Brothers:  

George and Geoff Hazelrigg—pianist and bassist, respectively—have been making music together for most of their lives, but it wasn’t until recently that the New Jersey-born siblings were certain that all of the elements they required were in place to cut an album of their own. They recently released Songs We Like, a piano trio built mostly around popular rock songs. Jimi Hendrix is here; so is Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull’s frontman, along with Sting and a pair of contributions from Led Zeppelin, Bela Bartok and Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer. They are owners of Hazelrigg Industries, a company that markets high-end audio gear.

Brandon Gill, a native New Yorker and graduate of Juilliard and LaGuardia HS, was most recently seen in Bella at Playwrights Horizons (Lucille Lortel Award nomination) and Roundabout Underground’s Too Heavy For Your Pocket. He previously appeared in Broadway’s Holler If Ya Hear Me, Alex Timber’s The Last Goodbye (Old Globe), and Neighbors (Public Theater). Film/TV: Bashira, Big Mommas House 3, Madam Secretary, Blue Bloods, Beauty and the Beast, and recurring roles on Golden Boy and Marvel’s The Punisher.

Leigha Sinnott is a recent graduation of The Juilliard Drama Division. She graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and  was a National Semi-Finalist at The English Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare Competition held at Lincoln Center in New York City. Ms. Sinnott attended the North Carolina Governor’s School Summer Conservatory for theater in 2012.  Juilliard credits include Hecuba in The Trojan Women and Love in Everybody.

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