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“Magical Dresden – having a ball.” This was the motto of the 13th Semper Opera Ball. 2,500 guests inside the opera house and several thousand visitors on the Theater Square attended this social event which took place on January 26, 2018. An extensive stage program, prominent guests and many visitors to the ball made the event an unforgettable experience. The Central German Broadcasting Company, MDR, broadcast the ball featuring an action-packed program live on television.
Anticipation, Anger, Disgust, Fear, Joy, Sadness, Surprise, Trust – eight primary emotions – expressed and experienced during SKALAR, an amazing and compelling piece of immersive kinetic light art created by artist / designer Christopher Bauder and musician / composer Kangding Ray.
The Danuta Baduszkowa Musical Theatre in Gdynia, Poland, has featured an extensive NEXUS routing network for some time. In cooperation with its Polish partner Konsbud Audio, Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer of digital audio equipment, has now continued this project – a CRESCENDO platinum with 32 faders has been installed as the heart of the sound control room. In addition, the NEXUS network was upgraded with four powerful RMDQ DSP boards, bringing it up to the latest standards.
Vatican Media and Sony Professional Solutions Europe once again came together to continue their joint effort to study and evaluate future technology possibilities for capture and archive. For the first time on December 24th 2017, at 9.30pm in Rome, during the Christmas Eve Mass, presided by Pope Francis from St Peter’s Basilica, a trial capture in 8K took place.
Riedel Communications' MediorNet, Artist, and Bolero are playing major behind-the-scenes technical roles at the National Theatre in London, and Riedel is looking forward to revealing that story in early 2018. But, as the year starts to wind down, the company is pleased to announce that the theatre is using the same Riedel products as stage props in its highly anticipated stage adaptation of the 1976 television news satire "Network."
Italy: the Arena in Verona filled with people, 5.5 million viewers in front of Rai television and even more tuned on national radios for the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Pavarotti’s departure from this world. As the media described in more than one occasion, both the man, Luciano, and the artist, Pavarotti, have left a deep mark in our world which will last forever.
In cooperation with its Russian partner Sovremenniye Tekhnologiyi Zvuka, Stage Tec, the Berlin-based digital audio equipment manufacturer, has just completed a fascinating project. An AURUS platinum mixing console and a large NEXUS routing network were installed in Skolkovo, which is situated just outside Moscow. This is where one of the world's largest technology centres is being built, a kind of Russian Silicon Valley. Previously home to 400 people, in future 25,000 are expected to live and work here.
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade began in 1924, was first televised in 1948, and continues to be one of the most-popular family viewing events in television. To many, the parade represents the unofficial start of the holiday season. With 3.5 million spectators and over 20 million viewers watching the event on television, the parade combines marching bands, floats, Broadway show performers, giant balloons, and celebrities as the formula for its success. While the number of viewers of the event has been holding steady over the years, the percentage of households viewing the parade has been steadily dropping.
The Zurich Opera House entered the 2017/18 opera and theater season following an extensive technical renewal that included new audio equipment, modernization of its workflows, and fresh approaches to its sound reinforcement.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) and egta, the association of television and radio sales houses are celebrating the trustworthiness of television on the occasion of World Television Day (21 November), as declared by the United Nations.
For many years, the Berlin Philharmonic is offering its Digital Concert Hall (DCH) subscribers (https://digitalconcerthall.com) around 50 concerts per year as an HD live stream and is providing additional services such as background information, interviews and a very large archive (VoD ) including concerts with Herbert von Karajan as conductor. DCH has more than 740,000 registered users, including 26,000 with a paid ticket. DCH visitors come from 100 countries, 25 percent of sales are generated in Germany, 20 percent in the US and 15 percent in Japan.
Riedel Communications' Artist digital matrix intercom system provided a comprehensive and reliable radio communications infrastructure for the 26th annual Zurich Street Parade, a 2.4-kilometer celebration of peace, love, and techno music that drew more than 900,000 revelers to the city's streets on Aug. 12. Riedel worked with Security & Safety AG Zurich to deploy a robust and reliable radio communications network and closed-circuit television (CCTV) system that ensured a successful and safe event.
Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, a spectacular show performed at 12 different venues in Germany, thrilling a total audience of more than 130,000. The biggest anniversary music event was a sold-out performance on 29th October in Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz-Arena with more than 11,000 spectators and a choir 4,000 strong. German public TV channel ZDF broadcast the recording of the Pop-Oratorio Luther on Reformation Day, 31st October.
The Olympic Torch Relay is one of the most symbolic of all Olympic events. It marks the countdown to one of the greatest athletic and cultural events in the world. It unites and inspires people, bound by the Olympic values of excellence, friendship and respect.
Every year, the charismatic island of Saaremaa in Estonia stages ‘Opera Days’, a major international opera festival organised by the Eesti Kontsert Hall in Tallinn, which this year featured the world premiere of an exciting new production - “Nurjatu Saar’ (The Evil Island’) - by famous Estonian rock musician, pianist and composer, Rein Rannap.