Winners Of The 2017 Live Design Awards Announced

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A stellar group of theatre, opera, and concert designers, a leading architectural lighting design firm, and a non-profit association are the winners of the 2017 Live Design Awards, to be presented along with the Excellence In Live Design Awards and Products of the Year Awards at a reception, sponsored by GLP and Meyer Sound, in New York City on Monday, June 12, 2017.

And the winners are:

Es Devlin: for brave new worlds in scenic design for concerts and theatre.

The Design Team for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812 (Bradley King, lighting; Mimi Lien, sets; Nicholas Pope, sound; Paloma Young, costumes): for creating a truly exhilarating theatrical experience.

Jonathan Deans: for being a sound designer extraordinaire and winner of the second annual Abe Jacob Award for Sound Design.

Tal Yarden: for pushing the boundaries with cutting-edge projection and video design.

Sooner Routhier & Robert Long: for masterful teamwork for concert design and production.

UVLD: for continued excellence in corporate lighting design.

Event Safety Alliance: for selfless work in keeping our industry safe.

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