Lighting designer David Lovett trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Design, in London. After working in a number of British repertory theatres and on the European touring scene Lovett worked for the Almeida theatre in London and was a visiting lecturer at the Central School of Speech and Drama. His work includes pieces for: Extemporary Dance, Scottish Opera, Attic Theatre, Garsington Opera, Newcastle Playhouse, Northern Symphonia and Electro-Acoustic Music Association of Great Britain (EMAS) and The Matix Ensemble. Lovett worked on realizing John Cage's installation piece Essay in the Espai Poblenou, Barcelona and a tour of Cage's Europeras 3 & 4. For the Aldeburgh Festival he lit the world premiere of John Tavener's Mary of Egypt. Lovett was also responsible for re-lighting Robert Wilson's Hamletmachine on the European tour. Other credits include collaborations with Ute Lemper, Steve Montague, Julia Bardsley & Andrew Poppy.
In October 2002, Lovett teamed up with director Michael Montel on The Scream, a performance piece by composer Molly Thompson and spoken word artist Regie Cabico. Since then he's been a key player on the CCi dream team as lighting desinger for Solo Flights/Keyboard Summit, and other projects.
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