Oliver Mtukudzi ~ Lisner Auditorium
State of the County ~ Wash. Co
Rosanne Cash ~ GWU/Lisner
Angelique Kidjo ~ GWU/Lisner
National Guard Youth Foundation ~ Grand Hyatt, DC
Gala Flamenca ~ GWU/Lisner
Ballet Flanenca ~ GWU/Lisner
Chelsa Handler ~ DAR Constitution Hall
Rock 'n' Roll Marathon ~ Wash. DC
Tomatito Sextet ~ GWU/Lisner
The Beach Boys & Three Dog Night ~ Johnstown, PA
PEAK ~ Leadership Summit ~ Wash. DC
Maryland Symphony ~ Hagerstown, MD
Catholic Charities Gala ~ Wash. DC
M3 Festival ~ Merriweather Post
Shock Trauma Center Gala ~ Balt Conv Ctr
Ben Folds ~ GWU/Lisner
Google ~ US Institute of Peace
DC101 Kerfuffle ~ Merriweather Post
Ledisi ~ Pier Six Pavilion
James Rouse Celebration ~ Merriweather Post
SweetLife Festival ~ Merriweather Post
Southeast Region, Parnelli Award Winner, "Hometown Hero" Sound Company for 2013.
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MHA Audio, Inc. is an experienced professional audio reinforcement and live event production company. Our business philosophy is to provide the highest quality equipment and skilled technical engineers, working to provide our clients with outstanding service and a flawless event.
Our clients' needs are at the forefront of our committment to excellence. Through proper planning, attention to details, effective communication, system preparation and asking the right questions, we have been able to achieve long-standing friendships with our clients. read more...
For the sixth year, MHA Audio provided multiple sound systems for the Virgin Mobile FreeFest held at Merriweather Post Pavilion. read more...
The largest gathering of heads of state and government, with Leaders from 47 Nations, as well as the United Nations, the Intl Atomic Energy Agency and the European Union came together in Washington, DC to advance their commitment to nuclear security at the highest levels. read more...
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Tricked out with 450 EAW MK Series loudspeakers, a massive $250,000 Crown Audio amplifier stack, and an all-digital Yamaha-based mixing system, Washington, D.C.'s read more...