Eclipse Staging Services appoints two key roles

Industry experts join audio and project management teams at Eclipse
John Parkhouse (left) and Shaun Donsen (right) join the team at Eclipse Staging Services.
John Parkhouse (left) and Shaun Donsen (right) join the team at Eclipse Staging Services.

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Eclipse Staging Services has announced the appointment of two key personnel in the form of John Parkhouse who has been named as head of audio, and Shaun Donsen who joins the project management team.

Formerly of ProTech and RedEye, Parkhouse’s primary focus will be to manage the restructure and redevelopment of the existing eclipse audio offering, ensuring that the department remains at the cutting edge of the industry. With extensive knowledge of a wide range of manufacturers and systems, John will be the driving force behind the strategic development of eclipse audio.

Eclipse’s project management team has also been bolstered with the arrival of Shaun Donsen. Donsen holds both an advanced diploma of commercial music production and an advanced diploma of music industry. Specialising in audio production, Donsen has over 10 years of industry-wide experience as both a system designer and a system engineer. Shaun joins eclipse from Gearhouse Staging where he managed production on major concerts for the likes of Sir Elton John, Kanye West and Muse.

Martin Lubach, general manager of eclipse states; “As we enter into a phase of tremendous advancement, we welcome both John and Shaun to the team and are thrilled to be joined by two such experienced team members”.

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