Asplundh Concert Hall at West Chester University
The Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall is a performing arts venue located on West Chester University’s campus. More commonly known simply as Asplundh Hall, it was originally built in 1927. Over the past 15 years, several renovations have taken place to improve the venue, such as lighting and seating.
In January 2017, Clear Sound completely replaced Asplundh’s audio system. The system’s aging analog infrastructure has been completely replaced with a digital backbone, featuring Yamaha CL series consoles accepting Dante via Cisco switches from Yamaha RIO series stage boxes. The main loudspeaker systems have been replaced with left and right hangs of QSC KLA self-powered line source loudspeakers with matching subwoofers at the top of the arrays. Balcony fill is provided by additional KLA loudspeakers located in the lighting bridge.
University staff are delighted with the new system.
The Academy of Natural Sciences Auditorium was packed to capacity hosting the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovations debut public program on November first. Titled Drexel Dialogues: Urban Innovation in Age of Trump; the event capped their three-day Urban Innovation Summit, about change, problem solving, and how to improve the lives of Philadelphians.
This year marked the 23rd anniversary of the Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service. The day concluded with a free concert held in The Chapel at Girard College. The concert performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra intends to unite people through the power of music and, honor Dr. King’s life and work. Clear Sound was proud to provide the audio for this great community event.
Clear Sound is very proud to be a part of the Philadelphia Orchestra's Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute Concert at Girard College
Intimate, natural-sounding dialogue in a sold-out theater. Crisp, intelligible announcements in a packed stadium. Exhilarating lights and music at an outdoor summer festival. A stirring sermon reaching every corner of a cavernous church.
Sounds like the work of Clear Sound - the Delaware Valley's best full-service audio, video and lighting company.