In the News
Three JH projects are featured in the The New York Times – Travel’s annual list of 52 places to go! Check out Studio Bell at the National Music Centre (#20), the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston (#46) and the National Veterans Museum in Columbus, OH (#47).
The Colorado Springs Philharmonic knows they are in good hands with Jaffe Holden as the Ent Center for the Arts prepares to open.
Mark Holden’s book uses evidence-based design to prove that outstanding acoustics can be achieved in multi-use performance spaces. Acoustics of Multi-Use Performing Arts Centers is now available on CRCPress.com and Amazon.com.
Read about our project at Studio Bell, Home of the National Music Centre in Calgary, Canada. Russ Cooper and Ben Bausher from JH are featured in the Lighting & Sound America article.
The Washington Post writes that the new Terrace Theater remains the Kennedy Center’s most pleasant and the Journal of the Music Critics Association of North America noted that the nation’s capital has a formidable new concert hall. JH contributed acoustic and audio/video consultation services to the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater project in Washington, DC.
Click here to read the Sound & Communications article about Chautauqua Amphitheater’s audio/video design. It includes a quote from Ben Bausher, an audio/video associate principal at Jaffe Holden.
The Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center has opened! Read more about the project here.
The Westport Presbyterian Church restoration project successfully restored sacred elements of the church while bringing in modernized elements. Click here to view great images of this project at located in Kansas City, Missouri.
Our team contributed acoustic and audio/video consultation services for the renovation of the iconic Altria Theater in Richmond, Virginia. Read the article in Retrofit Magazine to learn more about renovation that both upgraded and expanded this 1920’s building.
Read the following article about the Robinson Center in Little Rock, Arkansas that features Mark Holden. Or, listen to the audio report that includes Mark discussing tuning the hall! Our team proudly contributed acoustics, audio/video and IT infrastructure services on this project.
Duke University’s West Campus Union creates a union between student life and a dining experience. This article notes the team members that contributed to the project.
Mark Holden’s book, Acoustics of Multi-Use Performing Arts Centers, is featured in the June issue of Sound & Communications. Read the review here.
Read this article that quotes Mark Holden regarding the Eccles Theater project. The Eccles Theater features a 2,500-seat performance hall, an intimate black box theater, event and rehearsal spaces, a 6-story grand lobby, an outdoor plaza, and a galleria connection to an adjacent office tower.
Our team contributed acoustics and audio/video services to Studio Bell, the home of Canada’s National Music Centre. Read the article here that quotes Russ Cooper, a Principal at Jaffe Holden.
“This is the guy that knows everything about sound. He’s a guru.” An article that speaks highly about Mark Holden with regards to the McAllen Performing Arts Center and University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Performing Arts Complex projects.
Read the following article in the Gazette that features excellent pictures of the Voxman Music Building at the University of Iowa. Our team contributed acoustic and audio/video design and consultation services for the project.
Read the article featured in Lighting and Sound about the Ascend Amphitheater. This project is a new outdoor concert destination in Nashville, Tennessee!
The University of Arkansas’ Faulkner Performing Arts Center has been transformed! Read more about how Jaffe Holden contributed to the renovation here.