- The Firm
The Royal Conservatory of Music
1,140-seat Koerner Hall for chamber and orchestral performances
Design of performance sound, video and communications and broadcast infrastructure for this unique facility. Engineering Harmonics' innovative design responds to this particular hall design—two loudspeaker clusters are used for amplified music (one in front and one behind)—and only the smaller, more discreet one is necessary for speech events. Respectful of both the RCM’s intent that the loudspeakers retract out of view when not used and performers’ desires for high power and many features, EH worked closely with the team to satisfy this requirement.
This new hall is decked with stunning sound.
Robert Everett-Green | Globe and Mail, September 28, 2009
Articles: Engineering Harmonics’ RCM Koerner Hall project awarded highest honor by the United States Institute of Theatre Technology, The Integrated Sound System: Combining voice-lift and performance sound functions at Toronto’s Koerner Hall, The New Koerner Hall: Sweet Sounds Flow from Technological Innovations and The Royal Conservatory of Music's Koerner Hall