Master planning, architectural acoustics, audio systems design consulting, and noise control services for a new music tent which replaced the existing pavilion at Aspen Music Festival. The new facility opens to the exterior, consists of 2,050-seats and accommodates multi-purpose performances along with symphonic music. The construction of the tent at the audience area is unique, due to the introduction of a solid roof above the center of the seating area. Constructed of tongue-and-groove structural wood, and heavy laminated glass, low frequency energy is retained and reverberant sound energy sustained. The audio systems are also designed to emphasize recording functions.
Audiovisual Systems Design
Mechanical Noise Control
Room Acoustics Design
Harry Teague Architect, Aspen, CO
Birdair, Inc., Tensioned Membrane Manufacturer, Amherst, NY
Auerbach Pollock Friedlander, Theatre Consultant, San Francisco, CA
2,050-seat performance space; 1,800-seat hall