Cutting his teeth on the new music scene since 2008, Garth MacAleavey is a leader in high-fidelity classical and new music sound design and amplification. He specializes in hyper-real immersive surround sound, spatial audio mixing/design and transparent opera and orchestra reinforcement. Garth is the current acting Director of Production and Resident Sound Designer of Brooklyn’s National Sawdust. In partnership with Meyer Sound, he is an expert in Constellation, Space Map systems, and continues to move the art of spatial sound forward on a daily basis. Recent design credits include: The New York Philharmonic’s “Sound On: Leading Voices” Appel Room JALC; Ricky Ian Gordon’s “Ellen West” Prototype; Ted Hearne’s “In Your Mouth” The Walker; Michael Gordon’s “Aquanetta” Bard/Prototype; Ellen Reid’s Pulitzer Prize winning opera “p r i s m” LA Opera/Prototype; Nick Cave’s “THE LET GO” Park Ave Armory Drill Hall; David T Little’s “Soldier Songs” San Diego Opera/LA Opera/Muziekgebouw and “Dog Days” LA Opera/Bielefeld Germany; Alarm Will Sound with Dance Heginbotham Seoul, South Korea.