Avgoustos Psillas joined the Autograph sound design team in 2008. Autograph is a leading British sound design and equipment hire company, responsible for numerous...Read More
Avgoustos Psillas joined the Autograph sound design team in 2008. Autograph is a leading British sound design and equipment hire company, responsible for numerous theatre productions at home and abroad including: Les Misérables, Wicked, Billy Elliot, Mamma Mia!, Shrek, The Lion King, Ghost, Jersey Boys, We Will Rock You, Rock of Ages and many others.
Avgoustos started his career in the world of sound as an assistant recording engineer and producer in Cyprus. Alongside his studio work, he toured Europe with the internationally acclaimed vocal ensemble Diastasis as a sound designer and operator. His career continued in the UK at the MTV Broadcast Services and later at the Royal College of Music in London, as the studio manager. During his five years there, he also designed and taught the music technology course at Imperial College.
Since joining Autograph, Avgoustos‘ theatre work includes: EPIDEMIC - the Musical (Old Vic Tunnels); Avenue Q (UK tour); Legally Blonde (UK tour); Sondheim at 80, concerts of Merrily We Roll Along and Company (Queen’s Theatre);Holding the Man and Being Shakespeare (Trafalgar Studio 1); Pygmalion (Garrick Theatre); Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk and Cinderella (Hackney Empire); Laurence Olivier Awards ceremonies 2009–2012.
His associate designer work includes: Daddy Long Legs (St James Theatre); South Downs/The Browning Version (Harold Pinter); Jerusalem (Apollo); Top Girls (Trafalgar Studio 1); Passion (Donmar Warehouse); Imagine This (New London Theatre); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour); Too Close to the Sun (Comedy Theatre) and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Vaudeville Theatre). Avgoustos has had the privilege to work closely with artists such as Bernard Haitink, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Helmut Lachenmann and Simon Callow, and directors such as Ian Rickson, Tom Cairns, Philip Prowse and Susie McKenna. Future projects: The Winter’s Tale at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre; Dick Whittington and His Cat at Hackney Empire; The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue and the Olivier Awards Ceremony at the Royal Opera House.Read Less
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