BA (Hons) Acting Programme

Phil Matejtschuk – Head of Sound

Phil Matejtschuk – Head of Sound

Philip Matejtschuk is an Off West End and Theatre & Technology award-nominated sound designer and composer, with credits across London theatres and around the UK. Having trained at RADA (PgDip Sound Design For The Theatre), Philip has gained extensive experience working his way up the London Fringe, including associate sound designer credits at the Hampstead Theatre (Stevie) and St James Theatre (Pig Farm). Other professional work includes a soundscape for WWI memorial Never Such Innocence at Australia House, sound design for a live unabridged reading of 1984 at Senate House, and designed/composed for a promenade app-based piece called A Secret Life with Theatre503. At Conti, Philip not only sound designs every acting show, but also engineers all radio class sessions, records, edits and produces all 3rd year voice-reels, and mixes every musical for associate schools at Goswell and Guildford. 

Professional theatre credits include: Brimstone & Treacle (Hope Theatre – nomination for Creative Innovation in Sound, Theatre & Technology Awards), Cornwall vs China (Vault Festival), The Hound Of The Baskervilles (Jack Studio Theatre), MacBeth (Karamel Club), Adding Machine: A Musical (Finborough Theatre), When Both Sides Surrender (53two, Manchester), The Haunting (Jack Studio Theatre), Dracula (Edinburgh/Kings Head Theatre), The Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre), How To Date A Feminist (Arcola Theatre & tour), I’m Getting My Act Together… (Jermyn Street Theatre), Orphans (Southwark Playhouse), Sea Life (Hope Theatre – nomination for Best Sound Designer, Off West End Awards 2016), Othello (Rose Playhouse, UK tour & New York), Dead Party Animals (Hope Theatre – nomination for Best Sound Designer, Off West End Awards 2014) and operating credits include Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios) and Romeo & Juliet (Temporary Theatre, NT). 

 Tweet him at @philmatejtschuk