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Male, 104 years old

Steven Brown is a Sound Designer, Sound Artist and Soundscape Composer. He is best known for his work as a sound designer for theatre, having worked globally with many leading theatre companies, directors and also as Head of Sound for The Royal Exchange Theatre Company, Manchester, UK. Steven was Sound Design Curator for the Prague Quadrennial and designed and curated the sound design section of Collaborators Design for Performance exhibition at the VA, London. His current roles include, Head of The Sound Design Working Group for Organisation Internationale des Scnographes, Techniciens et Architectes de Thtre (OISTAT), member of the organising team for World Stage Design , Head of Sound for The Royal Exchange Theatre Company and a Board Member for the Association of Sound Designers. Steven was recently awarded an Honorary Fellowship from Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance. As Listen Hear Sound Projects he explores sound art, sound design, soundscape composition, phonography and audio ecology through many commissions and projects whilst working both as a collaborator and in his own right. He has collaborated with Steam Control ('Why Won't You Tell Me' - National Film Theatre Sassoon Gallery) and was commissioned by Dody Nash (Listening Shell installation - Victoria Albert Museum ), Europe. He recently collaborated on a work entitled 'Urban Soundscapes' for International Radiophonic Creation Day which was broadcast worldwide. He has presented his work, ideas and at many Universities, Institutions and Conferences including, Yale and Purdue Universities, the United States Institute of Theatre Technology at conferences, in Toronto, Louisville, Houston, and Charlotte, The Institute of Design, Prague, The Theatre Academy, Helsinki, Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, Rose Bruford College, Vereniging voor Podiumtechnologie (VPT) in The Netherlands and PLASA UK.

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