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When Queen and Adam Lambert were planning their 2017-2018 tour – taking in the USA, Europe and Oceania, set designers Stufish wanted to showcase the band in a new and immersive way, and Rob Sinclair was asked to design the lighting.
“I’d seen what Dark Art Creative had done before, and was blown away by the creativity and precision of the lighting,” said Sinclair. “I knew that Oli Metcalfe was the owner and responsible for lighting the shows and, as I’d known him for decades, contacted him and asked him how he’d done it. He pointed me in the direction of BlackTrax.”
When one of the world’s most innovative, provocative and interesting contemporary artists, Queen of art-pop Lady Gaga, and one of the most consistently edgy and inventive visual designers, LeRoy Bennett, team up … you know the result will be an impressive montage of creative stagecraft and technical magic.
Soundcheck recently deployed a large-scale JBL Professional by HARMAN VTX Series system at In The Mix 2017, one of the largest music festivals in the Philippines. The second annual festival was held on August 17, 2017 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, and featured an eclectic line-up of international acts, including 5 Seconds of Summer, DNCE, Two Door Cinema Club, Zara Larsson and more. In order to provide the audience of 12,000 with a great-sounding concert experience, festival organizer Music Management International hired Soundcheck to deploy a full JBL VTX front-of-house system. The VTX system’s transparent sound quality enabled Soundcheck to accommodate the diverse line-up of artists, and its innovative lightweight design allowed them to overcome weight restrictions at the venue.
Bexel, an NEP Broadcast Services Company and a leading worldwide provider of broadcast services, has served up two more successful seasons of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's culinary competition series, HELL'S KITCHEN. Under its deal with the show's producer, ITV Entertainment, Bexel provided a full wireless communications infrastructure and a complete technical production solution for seasons 17 and 18 — just as it has for all previous seasons of the popular reality show. HELL'S KITCHEN airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on FOX.
A top Argentinian creative team including director, set and lighting designer Ariel del Mastro, award-winning lighting director Ariel “el gato” Ponce and video designer Maxi Vecco have created a stunning production design for Green Day’s rock opera “American Idiot”, currently playing at the Broadway Theatre in Buenos Aires. It is the first time that the show has been sung in Spanish, and in fact the first time it has been produced in any language other than English!
Seventy Robe BMFL moving lights – 48 BMFL Blades and 22 x BMFL WashBeams were used on the 2017 Basel Tattoo, one of the most important military tattoos in Europe, which is staged for a week in a temporary structure erected in front of the Kaserne former military barracks in the centre of the city in northwest Switzerland.
Martin by HARMAN Powers a Tony Award-Winning Lighting Design for “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”
Lighting Designer Bradley King recently deployed Martin by HARMAN lighting fixtures on his Tony Award-winning lighting design for “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”.
An Allen & Heath dLive S Class mixing system was selected for a recent large scale classical music production at Mandela Forum, Florence, Italy, which saw over 460 musicians and choristers perform a selection of works to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Florence Foundation.
Not only will HARMAN Pro Ambassadors receive the latest HARMAN Professional audio gear from legendary brands like JBL and AKG, HARMAN will share exclusive content from the artists to showcase their talent and help them connect with a massive worldwide network of HARMAN customers and music fans. The HARMAN Professional Solutions Ambassadors program will in the coming months unveil more artist and audio professional partnerships; from composers and engineers to break-out and veteran musicians.
Brazil’s cable and satellite TV giant GLOBOSAT chose Genelec 8351 and 8341 coaxial SAM monitors to broadcast the last edition of the hugely popular 2017 Rock in Rio music festival in Dolby Atmos, making them the first Latin American customer to install the new 8341, which was unveiled in May of this year alongside its smaller 8331 sibling as part of ‘The Ones’ series of monitors.
Attracting 1.5 million people to its first event in 1985, Rock in Rio ranks comfortably among the largest music festivals in the world. Having begun in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, it has since visited Lisbon, Madrid and Las Vegas. Its growing live audience is supplemented by TV broadcasts on Globosat – this year, supported by the first use of a Lawo mc²96 Grand Production Console at a large-scale music festival.
British cult band Depeche Mode launched a world tour to celebrate its latest album, “Spirit”, in Stockholm on 5 May. In the first part of the tour, the band will be performing 34 shows in front of 1.5 million fans in 21 different European countries. The musicians will then continue their tour in North and South America.
The beginning of June saw Robbie Williams kick off his Heavy Entertainment Show tour on home turf at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium. The tour has continued throughout the summer, taking in stadiums, fields and arenas across the UK and Europe. The tour’s audio requirements are provided by Robbie’s long-term supplier Britannia Row Productions (Brit Row) and has DiGiCo’s flagship SD7 consoles at both the Front of House and monitor positions.
Country music duo Dan + Shay - vocalists and songwriters Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney – are engaged in an extensive touring cycle following the success of their second studio album, “Obsessed,” released in June 2016.
Philips Lighting (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, today announced that it has worked closely with Opera Sanxay to introduce the first-ever moving light rig for the celebrated Soirées Lyrique de Sanxay opera festival, staged from 10-14 August. The use of the latest stage lighting and control technology successfully enabled a new level of dynamic design possibilities for this highly respected outdoor spectacle.
Now in its 18th year as one of France's leading lyrical arts events, Soirées Lyrique de Sanxay maintains presentation standards as high as any international opera event. Illuminating the elaborate scenic and costume designs to the required standard calls for the highest quality and reliability lighting.