Join us for a special d.i.y. discussion on UNDERGROUND SOUND Wednesday March 11th from 6:00 to 8:00 in the Columbia College Chicago Library, 624 S. Michigan Ave., 3rd floor.
Gain insights into setting up your own recording studio and running live sound events from independent sound artists.
The panelists are:
Robyn Gerry-Rose: a 2006 graduate from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Live Sound. She is a freelancer who works mainly for Harpo Studios, best known for producing the Oprah Winfrey Show, and Technotrix, as well as other local live sound companies.
Erick Hildebrand: a studio engineer who worked with Dust Dog Music, has recorded many genres from classical to the Chicago Children’s Choir. He has worked with Charles Veal Jr., an arranger for Earth, Wind and Fire, and Cathy Richardson, currently with Jefferson Starship, as well as with many local underground bands.
Doug Lofstrom: a composer and bassist whose scores reflect his involvement in theater, dance, film and symphonic music. Lofstrom also formed The New Quartet, a chamber ensemble which performs his original music and arrangements of modern classics, jazz and world music, and was composer-in-residence for the Metropolis Symphony Orchestra and musical director of Chicago's Free Street Theatre before becoming a Columbia College Chicago Music Department faculty member.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information about d.i.y., please visit: http://www.lib.colum.edu/about/diy/index.php