Let Alpine Audio Visual Take care of your audio visual needs! We have sound systems and projection for 5 people up to 5000 people. Gymnasiums can be very difficult for perfect sound and projection. Alpine and its staff have spent years perfecting their technique so that no matter the gym your sound will be perfect.
Call us today to talk to one of our AV professionals about your next gymnasium event!
303 – 545 – 2147
Alpine Audio Visual would be honored to do the sound for your wedding ceremony. There is nothing more frustrating for your guests than not being able to hear your most important words. Weather you are at a location with no power in the mountains or you are at one of the many beautiful venues in Boulder we have you covered.
Call us today to talk about being heard at your wedding ceremony!
303 – 545 – 2147
We hope all of you had an amazing 4th of July!
It is time for wedding season! We know it has been raining but there are tons of beautiful indoor wedding venues.
Rembrandt Yard is a beautiful art gallery on pear street with amazing views. We would love to provide you with a sound system for your wedding at Rembrandt, because being heard is the most important thing. We also rent flat screen TVs for looping slide shows of the bride and the groom.
The St. Julien provides an amazing ballroom for your wedding. This space can accommodate up to 300 people banquet style. Let us help form your elegant reception with the perfect sound system with microphones or our large projection screens to make you the center of attention.
Call us today for your wedding and reception speaker system needs.
Out with the Old and In with the New!
4:3 ( 4×3) is coming to a close with the entrance of the sexy 16:9 (16×9) Widescreen projection. For years live events have been assembled with large 4:3 aspect ratio square looking screens that do not blend well with backdrops and staging. This was acceptable since most content was created in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Today content is being generated in 16:9 aspect ratioand 4:3 is simply fading into the past. This has caused a real push for manufacturers to provide TV’s and displays that display in a widescreen format however projectors have been slow to change. Projectors costing around $50,ooo.oo per unit have not been flying off the shelves and into live events mainly due to the costs. However as the shift from 4:3 to 16:9 stretches out we are starting to see the projector prices become more affordable thus creating more acceptable prices for the latest in cutting edge live events. Over the the past 5 years Alpine Audio Visual has been involved in the transition of 4:3 to 16:9 with the use of Christie Digitals True HD projectors. We have projected formats from 720p to 1920 x 1080p 444 uncompressed images with stunning results. With all the new changes in projectors Alpine Audio Visual is now proud to offer more affordable priced projectors projecting wide screen HD 16:9 format on to true 16:9 wide screen format projection screens. Live events have never looked so good! 16:9 Projection screens really fit smoothly and sleek with set designs as well as showing off your content the way it was meant to be shown. You cannot beat the look of HD Widescreen.
Give Alpine Audio Visual’s Experts a call and let them help you make your next event a total hit with a clean and clear presentation that your attendees will flip over.
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Hanuman Festival is a celebration of yoga, music and community set in Boulder, Colorado.
Alpine Audio Visual is the preferred audio visual vendor of the Hanuman yoga festival in Boulder.
We are very excited for the upcoming festival!!
World-renowned, critically acclaimed Lucent Dossier, the live, electro dub performance experience birthed in the heart of the LA’s underground art and music scene. They have captured the love of their diverse audiences creating a cult like following of fans that dress up and play along with the show. From their explosive beginnings to performing, touring and/or sharing the stage with icons such as the Black Eyed Peas, Motley Crue, Panic! at the Disco, The Flaming Lips, Cindy Lauper, David Guetta, The Crystal Method, Christina Aguilera and more they continue to innovate what is possible in the music scene.
They released their latest and heaviest musical production ‘Gateway’ on December 21st, 2012. Lucent Dossier (whose bigger shows, that include an interactive environment, are billed as Lucent Dossier Experience) have been recognized as the underground pioneers of an artistic revolution sweeping the globe.
Lucent’s unique fashion and their wild, completely innovative style of performance can be seen woven in the hip cultural landscape that has enchanted the mainstream of America and the world. Their other worldly staging is the perfect back drop for their orchestral musical stylings that are both melodic and heavy. They blur the lines between many genres and make it looks fun and easy. In short Lucent offers a permission slip to the crowd to get wild, let loose, play and express themselves.
Indian American musician Sheela Bringi has been exploring the connections between her ancestral and actual homelands her entire life. She sings and plays a 36-string harp, the harmonium and bansuri (Indian bamboo flute). As a young woman Bringi was influenced by M.I.A. and Dead Can Dance, studied with Cecil Taylor and Meredith Monk, while at the same time deepened her studies with Indian classical masters like Pandit G.S. Sachdev and Ustaad Aashish Khan.
This unique background has resulted in her debut album, Incantations (Black Swan Sounds), rooted in India’s classical music tradition and the beauty of its mantras, as well as a groundbreaking exploration of American jazz and blues. The album was released in February 2014 and has garnered praise from National Public Radio, the Guardian, Public Radio International and more, and debuted at #9 on the iTunes World Music chart.
She has performed worldwide in a wide range of venues, including concert halls and universities presenting traditional material, yoga studios leading kirtans and in dance clubs overtop throbbing, bass-heavy beats (she’s toured with Karsh Kale, DJ Drez, Dave Stringer, and many others).
Bringi holds a master’s degree in Indian music from the California Institute of the Arts. She teaches private lessons in Indian devotional singing (Kirtan / Bhajan), harmonium, and Vedic chanting in Los Angeles, and leads workshops in mantra and meditation worldwide. She also offers live music accompaniment to yoga classes taught by world-renowned teachers such as Shiva Rea and Janet Stone at yoga festivals, retreat centers, and yoga teacher training programs.
Amy Ippoliti is known for bringing yoga to modern-day life in a genuine way through her clear instruction, intelligent sequencing, and engaging sense of humor. Amy shares her passion for health, earth conservation, and yoga with her writings for Yoga Journal, Yoga International, Mantra Magazine,Mind Body Green, prAna Life, and Elephant Journal. She has appeared on the covers of Yoga Journal and Fit Yoga Magazineand has been featured in Self Magazine, New York Magazine,Allure (Korea) and Newsweek. Her underwater yoga images with marine animals have been featured on the front page ofYahoo.com and GrindTv.com. She is a pioneer of advanced yoga education, confounding 90 Monkeys, an online and in person school that has enhanced the skills of yoga teachers and studios in 44 countries. Since the age of 14 she has been a passionate champion of earth, ocean, and animal conservation. Learn more at amyippoliti.com.
Yoshi Aono is a yogi, guitarist and humanitarian. He is the founder of Hanuman Festival, Hanuman Presents and Hanuman Adventures. As the managing director of Hanuman Festival, Yoshi is devoted to creating a heartfelt gathering for the national community. His care and attention towards all things in life comes through in the expression of Hanuman Festival and the underlying message of service for the greater good.
Yoshi`s humanitarian work spans over a decade and has led him to Africa, Haiti, Cambodia, Thailand and Louisiana. He has coordinated and led tent city aid distribution projects along with leading teams into disaster zones. Yoshi`s spiritual, business and artistic experience allows a clarity to be held close to the heart when working in the depths of the third world.
He is also known to rip it up on the guitar.