Thomas Strebel Sounddesign
Trained in Europe and the USA, Tom Strebel works in sound design, consulting, audio engineering, event and studio production, and studio design. He has worked with composer Niki Reiser to produce numerous film scores, including "Jenseits der Stille" (German Film Award for "Best Film Score") and "Nirgendwo in Afrika" (2002 German Film Award, 2003 Oscar for "Best Foreign Language Film"). Since the mid-90s, Thomas Strebel has created the sound design for musicals across Europe and Asia. In 2016, Volker Hesse invited him to the opening of the Gotthard Road Tunnel. In 2009, he was awarded the German Theater Prize for his sound design at the Einsiedler Welttheater.
He has been the Technical Director and Sound Designer for the successful music show "Basel Tattoo" since 2005. Since 2012, he has created the sound design for many musicals in Vienna, including "ELISABETH", "EVITA", "MOZART!", "REBECCA", "DON CAMILLO & PEPPONE", and "DANCE OF THE VAMPIRES". He has also worked on several VBW productions in Antwerp, Shanghai, Moscow and St. Petersburg.