2013: Part 3

Googoosh at the Royal Albert Hall

As one of the most famous Persian musician of all time, Googoosh was always going to enjoy a sold out performance at the Royal Albert Hall. Fans claim to be captivated by her voice and in her six decades as a singer and film star it is the clarity and variation in her tone that makes her a world-class star. We first came into contact with her over a decade ago when she was smuggled out of Iran to perform in London.

We maintained our relationship with Kayvan and Marjan Abbassi in the intervening period and have been honoured to be able to see their TV station, Marjan TV, take a disused studio complex from nothing to one of the most exciting and innovative places in London.

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2013: Part 3

2013: Part 2

LSO in Derry

As part of the 2013 City of Culture the London Symphony Orchestra was invited to perform in Derry.  Their performance to a “standing room only” audience was acclaimed as a roaring success but it was not without its technical challenges in the preparation.

Derry does not have a suitable permanent concert hall and for the festival a temporary structure was erected to house some of the larger events – including the LSO performance in March.  Part of the structure’s build requirement was to minimize external noise and so a “duvet” lined the roof, which made the internal acoustics very challenging. 

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2013: Part 2

2013: Part 1

Allianz Park Installation

Allianz park in 2013 is the new home of the world famous Saracens rugby club.  Ingtegral to the structure is a concert-standard sound system that feeds the 10,000-seater stadium.  The decision to install such state-of-the-art equipment was designed to give the fans the best possible audio experience.

RNSS were delighted to consult and install the full system keeping the fans experience central to all their recommendations and plans.  At the same time, the location of the stadium means that local residents needed to be assured that it would not just be “loud” and we worked hard to contain the sound within the parameters.

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2013: Part 1

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I am the Pet Shop Boys FOH engineer (for want of a better term!!!). and obviously as such was one of the three engineers involved in the recent show at the Barbican.

I just wanted to write and say how delighted and happy we were with all aspects of the service we received from your company and crew who were efiicient, friendly and all round good blokes and bloke-ess!!!!

Looking forward to working with you again in the future.


Thanks SO much for making last night's event such as successful one! Dennis was phenomenal on the desk, very calm and thorough throughout, and the whole sound and lighting crew were just brilliant. All the artists were bowled over by the level of technical support and expertise that we injected into the show, and it seemed to go down very well with audiences and other colleagues here too.

I felt privileged to be a part of such a professional and creative team, so thanks again

Neill Quinton EAR

Can you please pass my thanks on to Richard, James and Roland for last night. The boat looked fantastic and the event went without a hitch. I always enjoy working with the RNSS team and will surely be in touch for more jobs ion the future.

Jessica Garland
Events Manager

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