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Peter Morse To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award At sound:check XPO In Mexico

Lighting designer Peter Morse is a featured speaker at sound:check XPO in Mexico City, where he will be presented with a lifetime achievement award on Monday, April 23, 2018.

Award-winning concert lighting designer Peter Morse is a featured speaker at sound:check XPO in Mexico City, where on Monday, April 23, 2018, he will be honored with a special lifetime achievement award by the organizers of the trade show and sound:check magazine. The award will be presented at at luncheon at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. 

"sound:check magazine has been recognizing the heroes behind the stage who make show business possible," says Jorge Urbano, the director of sound:check XPO. "Their knowledge, wit, and experience raise the level of the industry. As each year, we reward the talent, perseverance, and contribution to the professionalism of those we consider the most valuable people in music, technical production (audio, video, lighting, special effects) and related areas. This year Peter Morse has been selected for this lifetime achievement award."

Morse's session, Peter Morse: Designer On Design, takes place on April 24, 2018, as part of the special LDI-branded program, Entrenamiento LDI: México. He will discuss some of his major projects for artists such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Barbara Streisand, Prince, Usher, Bette Midler, Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, Janet Jackson, Andrea Bocelli, The Eagles, Sean Combs, Dolly Parton, Reba, John Denver, and many more. He will examine his collaboration with leading names in the music business, his design process, and choice of gear as he shows some of his work from a star-studded career lasting over three decades.

Click here for additional information on Entrenamiento LDI: México.

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