Mark Grey is an Emmy Award–winning sound designer who first worked with the New York Philharmonic on the World Premiere and resulting recording of John Adams’s On the Transmigration of Souls in 2002, which went on to win both the Pulitzer Prize for Music and multiple Grammy Awards. He has worked with the The Metropolitan Opera (Doctor Atomic, 2008; Nixon in China, 2011; Death of Klinghoffer, 2014; The Merry Widow, 2015; Bluebeard’s Castle / Iolanta, 2015; L’Amour de Loin, 2016); collaborated with composer John Adams, and several others, for nearly three decades; and designed and toured with Kronos Quartet for nearly 15 years. Mr. Grey’s association with Lyric Opera of Chicago has encompassed many productions since 2007, most recently West Side Story (2019), My Fair Lady (2017), The King and I (2016), The Merry Widow (2015–16), and Carousel (2015). He has designed productions for Park Avenue Armory, including Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with the Berlin Philharmonic and Simon Rattle and directed by Peter Sellars, and Circle Map, the Philharmonic’s performance of works by Kaija Saariaho, in 2016. His sound design creations have been seen and heard throughout most major concert halls, in HD simulcasts to theaters, and in opera houses worldwide.