Who Am I?
With an extensive experience in various musical styles, the Danish sound engineer Arne Bock (1978*) has quickly established him as one of the Netherland’s most sought-after sound engineer in the field of live sound diffusion and system design, recording, editing and mixing.
Working extensively with most of the country’s major orchestras and ensembles including Netherland’s Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, Holland Symfonia, Dutch National Youth Orchestra, Asko|Schönberg Ensemble, Ensemble Klang, Ives Ensemble, New European Ensemble, OPERA2DAY and Holland Opera as well as Scandinavian engagements including Sound of Stockholm Festival, Norrbotten NEO Ensemble and Stockholm Chamber Orchestra.
Since 2014 Arne Bock has been a regular sound engineer for the Dutch Radio’s Zaterdagmatinee series in the Concertgebouw. For the 2014 Umeå Culture Capital of Europe, Arne Bock did the sound design and diffusion for Benjamin Staern, Yoko Seyama and Christian Karlsen’s production Saiyah and sound diffusion for Kaija Saariaho and Jean-Baptiste Barriere’s Nox Borealis at the NorrlandOpera. In 2015 he toured Scandinavia and collaborated with the composer Steve Reich mixing performances of his works.
Arne Bock completed his bachelor degree in Jazz trumpet performance in 2004 and received his diploma in Tonmeister and sound engineering studies at the ‘Art of Sound’-department at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague in 2008.