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Registration Contacts:

John Morabito
Registration Coordinator
203-846-0083

Ellen Lampert-Greaux
Conference Director
212-204-4264

Master Classes Sponsorship Contacts:

David Johnson
Publisher/Executive Producer
212-204-4272

Sales Managers:

Ken Baird
Sales Manager
913-981-6141

Kelly Turner
Sales Manager
415-455-8305

Here's what people are saying:

"BLMC opened my eyes to the world of visual communication with Light."
"BPMC was a great insight into the life of projection designers on Broadway. It also gave me a sense of the state of the art."
"BSMC was a great opportunity to experience the pinnacle of sound design. It supplied me with ideas that could be modified to work in academic and community settings."

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Here are some photo highlights from the Sound, Projection, and Lighting Masterclasses...

What Is It: The Concert Master Classes is an immersive two-day event bringing the touring industry's top designers together to discuss lighting and projection design challenges for the world of concerts. The two days include up to 8 sessions, a networking reception, plus continental breakfasts and box lunches. NEW THIS YEAR: As part of the curriculum, attendees will see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band perform live at Honda Center in Anaheim!

Where Is It: Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ballroom, USC, 3607 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles

When Is It: Monday, Dec. 3- Tuesday, Dec. 4

Who Is On The Faculty: Lighting designer Jeff Ravitz (Bruce Springsteen) serves as the creative consultant. Confirmed speakers for 2012 include Steve Cohen, Marc Janowitz, Carol Dodds, Steve Lieberman, Pablo Molina, Butch Allen, Seth Jackson, Tim LaValley, Carol Dodds, Todd Ricci, and more.

Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain additional insight; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising concert design professionals.

What  You’ll Learn: Sessions include: Lighting The Wrecking Ball tour; Programmers: The Design Perspective From Behind The Console; Lighting The Indie Band; Projection, Video & Content: Who Owns It; and more. Click here for Full Schedule.

What Does It Cost For Professionals: Early Bird Rate, which runs until midnight on Friday, November 16, is $555. Full Rate is $660 and runs until the event.

What Does It Cost For Students: Early Bird Rate, which runs until midnight on Friday, November 16, is $460. Full Rate is $570 and runs until the event. 

How Can I Participate As A Sponsor: Lighting and projection manufacturers and other companies interested in reaching concert lighting and projection designers can sponsor the CMC at a variety of levels, from something as simple as mentoring a deserving student to a corporate sponsorship that enables you to show off your wares to both attendees and speakers. Sponsorship forms are available, email David Johnson at djohnson@livedesignonline.com.

When Can I Register: Now!

Latest Master Classes News:

John Lee Beatty Joins SDMC Faculty

Tony Award-winning designer, John Lee Beatty, joins the faculty for Live Design's Scenic Design Master Classes in NYC October 2 & 3, 2012...

2012 PMC@LDI Schedule Announced

High-tech projects and technology on tap at the Projection Master Classses at LDI2012 in Las Vegas, October 17-18...

Dance Lighting Master Classes Schedule Announced

Creative consultant Clifton Taylor reveals schedule for Dance Lighting Master Classes in NYC, October 5-7, 2012...

Initial Faculty Announced For SDMC

David Gallo confirms first round of faculty for the inaugural Live Design Scenic Classes, October 2 & 3 in NYC...

Dance Lighting Master Classes Faculty Announced

Creative consultant Clifton Taylor shares the stage with leading dance lighting designers and experts...

Get the Book

Concert Lighting: Techniques, Art and Business, Third Edition
by James L. Moody & Paul Dexter | Focal Press
For sale on the CMC registration form for $55.
Then, pick up your book at the Classes and have both authors personally autograph your copy

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