On 9 May, Belperio featured his award-winning cabaret, Scarred for Life in a lecture theatre at Flinders Medical Centre, Flinders University as a homage to the International Day of the Midwife and International Nurses Day.
Rising Adelaide talent, Josh Belperio was Synthetica’s latest client. There were logistical challenges to overcome given that we had only an hour to load in, set up, and tune the room. The set up was complete with Yamaha baby grand and the piano also needed to be tuned on site within that time frame.
Synthetica systematically went about our work aided by Sally Francis from Flinders Medical Centre and we set everything up in time for doors to open with a punctual show start.
It was the second time we had the privilege of seeing this wonderful cabaret, first as audience members during the Adelaide Fringe Festival and now with Belperio as a client.
“Jakub is a true professional. He did the sound for my solo cabaret show, Scarred for Life, and he made me sound as good as I possibly could! Lovely presence, perfect amount of reverb. I was very impressed. He was also an excellent communicator, punctual and friendly to work with.”– Josh Belperio, Music Creative and Performer
Upon second viewing we gained a deeper appreciation for his work and his musical talents. It was a privilege to provide our services to one so young, talented and dedicated.
We’re stoked when our client is happy and in this case, we received great feedback from both Francis and Belperio and are grateful to have played a part in bringing his artistic vision to life.
“Many thanks for the fast and efficient audio engineering service that you provided for our cabaret performance yesterday. You managed to achieve excellent results, in a very short time frame and with great calmness and competence. We wouldn’t hesitate to use your services again. Much appreciated.”– Sally Francis, Arts Coordinator Flinders Medical Centre