Concert halls are now presenting less than half of their performances as classical music. Robert Shook, ASTC, will be moderating a discussion at the 2015 USITT Annual Conference & Stage Expo about how the integration of high technology in today’s venues is allowing them to present a wider range of performance types.
The session, Modern Concert Halls: Accommodating Expanding Needs, will include Carl Giegold, Partner, FAIA, Threshold Acoustics, and Mary Montalvo, Director of Operations at Ft. Worth Community Arts Center.
This session will be held Friday, 20 March 2015, and qualifies for AIA/CEU credits.
The United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) provides learning opportunities and networking for over 3,700 members worldwide. From the architects who design the spaces to those who create and manage productions, USITT is the place where the performing arts community gathers.