Music charity Nordoff Robbins has also signed up as the official charity sponsor for the event, which takes place at Ministry of Sound in London on September 19th 2013.
ISE (Integrated Systems Europe), organiser of the annual Amsterdam-based trade show for the professional AV industry, has been named Champagne Sponsor. ISE celebrated its tenth anniversary and it’s largest show to date back in January, while more than 900 exhibitors and 45,000 attendees are expected to attend next year.
Media support has been bolstered by the backing of the IoA (The Institute of Acoustics) and theInstitute of Sound and Communication Engineers (the organisation for those working in PA, sound systems, voice evacuation and more).
Nordoff Robbins, the network that uses music therapy to help those with autism, mental health problems, brain injuries and other challenging illnesses and conditions.
“Nordoff Robbins uses the unique power of music to support some of the UK’s most vulnerable people. We are proud to be involved with this event and delighted to be working alongside the Pro Sound Awards which like us, recognise the importance of music and sound and celebrate all that it has to give,” said Jo Carter, director of fundraising and communications.
Brighton arts organiser The Space is also giving away two Awards tickets as part of a raffle during its monthly film/media event on August 29th 2013. The location is yet to be revealed, so keep an eye on The Space’s website for details.
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