EVENT DETAILS | 11am to 12.30pm on Friday 31 August 2018
OUTLINE |Presented by sound designer Gareth Fry, this seminar covers how we hear and perceive the world and how we can use that in theatre making. This seminar is designed to encourage and inspire directors, playwrights & performers in the various ways they can use sound and collaborate with a sound designer, introducing them to a variety of artistic and technical concepts. No prior knowledge of sound or music is required.
It will cover:
• Language and concepts of sound - how to talk about sound
• How we hear the world, our perception of it and the implications for storytelling
• The use of abstracted sound and music.
• The performer's voice and sound - manipulation, amplification and reinforcement
• Copyright law for using music and sound in theatre
OISTAT members free entry (booking required)
NON-OISTAT Members £5 (Plus a one off OISTAT registration fee on arrival)
Please BOOK your place at this presentation HERE
Gareth Fry is a multi-Olivier and Tony award-winning sound designer who is known for his work with Complicite's Simon McBurney, John Tiffany, Katie Mitchell and Sacha Wares. Gareth's recent work includes Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and The Encounter. Gareth has designed dozens of shows at the National Theatre, the Royal Court and across the fringe and the West End. Gareth is an honorary fellow of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.