Stage Audio Class Prepares to Get Into The Mix

Students will run sound at a free-to-enter concert April 14th.


Marina J. Powell, Assistant Editor

Music and audio students will partner with the Harvester Performance Center on Fri., April 14, for a live performance and hands-on experience.

The concert will feature Kerosene Willy and will be free-to-enter for those with college ID.

Karl Roeper, Associate Professor of Media & Communication and Media & Communication Program Coordinator, organized the event with the Harvester and the band.

“My expectations are that each student takes away some meaningful moments from their experience.  Having taught this class for several semesters, we have never had such a fine opportunity for the students to immerse themselves in a production at the Harvester Performance Center.  I have overwhelming gratitude to Chopper for suggesting the show, Kerosene Willy for being willing to work with our students, the Harvester for putting us on their schedule and especially the Harvester’s house engineer Billy for spending so much time teaching the art of live concert sound production to our students,” Dr. Roeper explains.

Students are encouraged to come support their friends and classmates and enjoy the music. Regular ticket prices (for those without a college ID) can be found here.