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UK debut for Bose RoomMatch at the Barbican

The Bose RoomMatch UK debut coincides with the Grammy-nominated Ahmad Jamal’s first performance in the UK, at London's Barbican Centre on 8 February.

The Bose RoomMatch progressive directivity array will make its UK debut at the forthcoming Ahmad Jamal concert at the Barbican Centre in London on Friday 8 February 2013. This is the first time in four years that the jazz pianist/composer – whose album Blue Moon is nominated for the Grammy Award for Best instrumental jazz Album of 2012 – has performed in the UK. Having used the Bose system during a tour in France last year, Jamal and his production team insisted that the system be used again. Unusually, RoomMatch uses mechanical design, rather than DSP, to eliminate potential acoustic issues at source. It consists of a series of array modules that can be combined to produce “concert-quality sound” – even sound coverage and tonal balance – regardless of the shape of the room where they are installed, claims Bose. The system was launched in June 2011, the result of over a decade’s worth of work at the company.