The 13,000 sf., 420-seat concert hall hosts a variety of music, dance, and theatre performances, as well as lecture and video presentations and cinematic screenings. Acentech designed the audiovisual systems and acoustics of the hall to accommodate the hall’s wide spectrum of uses. Our sophisticated video projection and surround sound system designs support state of-the-art multimedia presentations.
Acentech’s acoustical designs included noise control for mechanical systems. The result is a very quiet room (NC-20) with a warm, supportive sound that is spacious and enveloping without excessive reverberation (reverberation time of 1.3 seconds). It is particularly well-suited for unamplified and lightly amplified music performances, making it an exceptional space for classical music recitals and folk-pop music performances.
Acentech designed the digital sound and video projection system to meet the needs of Spruce Peak’s unique line-up of performers. aAdigital mixing console that readily appears on many tour riders is installed in the theater. Full range loudspeakers and subwoofers located at the proscenium are tuned to work with the natural acoustics of the space to provide a deep rich sound. Surround sound loudspeakers can spellbind its audiences. A 6,500 ANSI-lumen 1080p DLP digital video projector fills a 12’ high x 22’ wide projection screen at the proscenium opening for video presentations, movie screenings, and other events. Additional technology includes backstage communications, performance monitors in the dressing rooms, and a complement of loose microphones and monitor speakers to make this quaint venue fully capable of the best performances.
“It’s a great place to ski, and now a great place to play. Nice room.” —James Taylor