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David Meschter
DAVID MESCHTER, sound designer and composer, received a degree in Audio Technology from American University in Washington, DC. He was the sound consultant and repertory musician with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company from 1981 to 1988, and has created sound designs for a variety of organizations and artists including John Cage, LaMonte Young, Pandit Pran Nath, Philip Glass, the American Ballet Theater, Lincoln Center and Houston Grand Opera. His recent sound designs include The Peony Pavilion the epic 18 hour opera revived and reconstructed by Chen Shi-Zheng and Lincoln Center, Edda:Viking Tales of Lust, Revenge and Family, and Obon: Tales of Rain & Moonlight by Ping Chong, also Atlas, The Politics of Quiet, Magic Frequencies and Mercy by Meredith Monk, Medea on Broadway with Fiona Shaw directed by Deborah Warner, MORE a one woman show by Yearly Smith, and Forbidden Christmas or The Doctor and the Patient with Mikhail Baryshnikov. Mr. Meschter created an eight channel surround virtual acoustic environment for Sir John Taverner's opus Veil of the Temple, to recreate the acoustics of London's Temple Church in Avery Fisher Hall. Mr. Meschter is the sound supervisor for The Lincoln Center Festivals.

Bio as of July, 2007.

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