RUSSELL GOLDSMITH

Russell Goldsmith is a multiple award winning Melbourne based Sound Designer, Composer, Producer, Sound Artist and Audio System Designer.

Russell Goldsmith is a multiple award winning Melbourne based Sound

Designer, Composer, Installation Artist, Audio Producer, Audio System

Designer and Educator. He has a diverse body of work in Theatre, Dance,

Film, Television, Commercial and Radio Production, Live Music and

Installation Art.

In March 2009, Neil Armfieldʼs production of Exit the King opened on

Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. This production marked Russellʼs

Broadway debut for which he was nominated later on for a Tony Award in 2009.

His work on the 2007 Malthouse Theatre Company/Company B Belvoir

production of Exit the King won the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Sound

Design and Composition. He was also nominated in the same category in the

2007 Green Room Awards, one of 7 Green Room Award nominations he has

received.

 

In addition to his successes as a leading theatrical Sound Designer, Russell

has been involved in a number of “cross-platform” works including major

commissioned works for White Night Melbourne in 2014, 2015 and 2016,

Rosieʼs Secret, a City of Melbourne Laneway Project Commission, Panic,

an audio installation beneath Melbourneʼs Federation Square for the Next

Wave Festival, Echo Chamber with visual artist Sarah Edwards, and A

Packet of Seeds, a 30 minute audio narrative for the BBC London.

He also continues a strong body of work in radio, where his work continues to

be recognised internationally. His sound design and composition for ABC

Radio National’s adaptation of A Woman in Berlin was shortlisted for the

2012 Prix Italia, and won a bronze medal at the 2012 New York Festivals

Radio Awards.

 

Recent Sound Designer credits include 33 Variations for Neil GoodingProductions, Our Town for Black Swan Theatre Co and he is currently on tour for the Australian National Tour of  HAIR with Peace Productions.