A group of seven theatres within the confines of greater Copenhagen constitute the members of the Copenhagen Theatre Society (CTS); four of them have recently invested in new house audio consoles, and all have elected to venture down the Yamaha Digital route. Making the digital commitment is not so unusual in this day and age, but why simultaneously, and what prompted them all to select the same manufacturer?
Austria's leading insurance group opens a new concert centre.
First UK permanent installation for PM1D.
A Yamaha PM1D for recording and sound management at Venice’s legendary opera theatre.
Considering the appalling tragedy that took place in Madrid earlier this year, the event that is Forum Barcelona 2004 is a timely reminder that Spain offers a very different perspective on the world from that of the terrorists.
Marion Oliver McCaw Hall (USA) installed a Yamaha PM1D system to update the sound system in this historic venue.
07/2004 - Lawrence White has only been head of sound at Cork Opera since December 03, yet already his influence is profound.
06/2004 - NEW YORK—Yamaha Commercial Audio announces the delivery of the first PM5000 mixing console to New York’s Carnegie Hall for use in the newly-opened Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall. Set up in “black box” style and located under the main structure, the 650-seat venue serves as a multi-purpose facility dedicated to non-traditional productions, modern and experimental music, performance arts, private parties and banquets.
06/2004 - NEW YORK—Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall was created to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated and visually stunning concert halls in the world. The Disney complex includes two outdoor amphitheaters plus a space for pre-concert events, and was made possible through the vision and generosity of Lillian Disney, the Disney family, individuals and corporations.