Archive for May, 2015

When Beauty and Acoustics Meld To Create Sonic Impact

The historic Ohio Theatre offers a stunning setting for performing arts. A Baroque architectural style conveys visual grandeur that carries a mystique that one is destined to be treated to a life-time memory. While visually impressive, the Hall’s acoustic performance fell shy of its eye-appeal much to the dismay of resident artist, the Columbus Symphony. A million dollar effort led to a custom-design and installation for a new state-of-the art orchestra shell to replace a 30-year old model.…

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